The Indiana State Department of Health said Friday that another 186 Vanderburgh County residents had tested positive for COVID-19, marking another record-breaking one-day increase of new positive cases in the county.
With 6,912 new positive cases of COVID-19 reported statewide in Indiana on Friday, Vanderburgh County wasn't the only local county where new positive cases of the virus were confirmed.
- Vanderburgh County: 186 new positive cases (8,945 total positive cases) 2 new deaths (111 total deaths)
- Warrick County: 66 new positive cases (3,002 total)
- Perry County: 10 new positive cases (786 total)
- Posey County: 23 new positive cases (1,131 total)
- Gibson County: 26 new positive cases (1,623 total)
- Pike County: 3 new positive cases (482 total)
- Dubois County: 38 new positive cases (2,221 total)
- Daviess County: 28 new positive cases (1,379 total)
- Knox County: 34 new positive cases (1,617 total)
Now, 282,311 total Indiana residents are confirmed by ISDH to have tested positive for COVID-19.
Including the two new COVID-19 deaths reported locally in Vanderburgh County, 63 new COVID-19 deaths were reported throughout the state on Friday. 4,952 total Indiana residents have died from COVID-19 so far.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb's newest COVID-19 Executive Order went into effect on Sunday, Nov. 15, with the Indiana governor issuing more restrictive guidelines for each of the state's counties based on their rate of COVID-19 spread.
While most counties in southwest Indiana remain in the state's COVID-19 Orange Zone, several local counties, Spencer and Perry counties, are currently in the COVID-19 Red Zone.
Find more information on COVID-19 in Indiana from ISDH here.