COVID 19 In Indiana: State Reports Another 5,050 Cases, 35 DeathsThe state of Indiana reported 6,025 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, nearly 700 cases more than last Monday. The numbers reflect the number of cases reported on Sunday, when case counts are typically lower than during the week.
Northwest Indiana COVID-19 Outbreak Remains Among Worst In State That Is 'On Fire'Three of five counties in Northwest Indiana rank among the worst in the state metrics that assess weekly spread of COVID-19, while the two other counties are not far behind.
COVID-19 In Indiana: ICU Bed Availability Dwindles Across Region HospitalsThe record number of hospitalizations for COVD-19 in Northwest Indiana has begun to plateau for the time being, but the number of available ICU beds has dwindled to just 41 for the five county region of about 800,000 people.
COVID In Indiana: State's Death Toll, Hospitalizations Continue To SurgeIndiana reported 63 new deaths from COVID-19, one of the highest single daily death tolls ever, and an additional 6,912 coronavirus infections.
Lake County, Indiana COVID-19 Cases Rising To Near Record Levels; Notre Dame Reports SurgeAfter experiencing a decline in average daily cases of COVID-19 two weeks ago in Lake County, Ind., that number has steadily climbed in recent days and is nearing an all-time high as students begin their first full week of school.
COVID-19 Cases Top 1,000 Once Again In IndianaIndiana reported its second highest COVID-19 daily case load on Friday--it's sixth day of more than 1,000 cases in the past week and a half.
Lake County, Indiana COVID-19 Continues To Surge; A Quarter Of New Cases Reported ThereThe number of reported COVID-19 cases on Wednesday in Lake County ranks among the highest in a single day since the outrbreak of the pandemic and accounts for a quarter the the newly reported infections in the state, according to state health data released Thursday.
COVID-19 In Indiana: Lake County Tops 4,000 Cases; Elkhart Sees Spike In Past WeekThe number of COVID-19 cases in Lake County, Ind., topped 4,000 on Tuesday, which includes 217 deaths—the second highest totals in the state. Elkhart County is seeing a spike in cases in the past several days, state health officials reported.