According to the Indiana State Department of Health's COVID-19 County Metrics dashboard, Vanderburgh County is currently in the "Orange" status.
Counties on the color-coded map can range between four different colors, with Blue being the lowest status, scaling up through Yellow, Orange, and then finally, Red.
ISDH says the colored map is used to better track the change in COVID-19 community spread week-over-week and assigns each county a color based on the number of weekly cases per 100,000 residents, as well as the county's seven-day positivity rate.
For a county to be in Orange status, it must either have a 7-day positivity rate between 10% and 14.9% or a number of weekly new cases of 100 to 199 per 100,000 residents.
Vanderburgh County currently sits at a 7-day positivity rate of 9.44%, with 326 new positive cases weekly per 100,000 residents.
Vanderburgh County is one of four Indiana counties currently in the state's Orange status, alongside Warrick County, Spencer County, and Brown County.
You can click here to view the full County Metrics report as of Sept. 30 via the ISDH COVID-19 Dashboard.
Below, you can view more information on the state's color-coded county map.