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Indiana reports 12 more coronavirus deaths, 2,175 new cases

Indiana’s 7-day positivity rate is 6.9%.
Indiana’s 7-day positivity rate is 6.9%.(IN.gov)
Published: Oct. 24, 2020 at 12:14 PM EDT
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(WNDU) - Indiana health officials are reporting 2,175 more coronavirus cases and 12 more deaths on Sunday.

Indiana’s 7-day positivity rate is 6.9%. (Positivity - All Tests: This method of calculating positivity rate is based on all positive test results and all tests processed.)

At least 3,894 Hoosiers have died from the coronavirus as of Sunday, and there have been at least 162,607 positive cases throughout the state since the start of the pandemic.

Saturday: 24 more coronavirus deaths and 2,765 more cases were reported.

Friday: 27 more coronavirus deaths and 2,519 more cases were reported.

Thursday: 23 more coronavirus deaths and 1,589 more cases were reported.

Wednesday: 15 more coronavirus deaths and 1,766 more cases were reported.

Tuesday: 48 more coronavirus deaths and 1,551 more cases were reported.

Monday: 23 more coronavirus deaths and 1,589 more cases were reported.

Sunday: 19 more coronavirus deaths and 1,629 more cases were reported.

Saturday: 31 more coronavirus deaths, 2,521 more cases were reported.

Friday: 22 more coronavirus deaths and 2,328 more cases were reported.

Thursday: 23 more coronavirus deaths and 1,962 more cases were reported.

St. Joseph County has had 9,399 (+123) cases and 181 (+11) deaths.

Elkhart County has had 9,026 (+139) cases and 137 (+2) deaths.

LaPorte County has had 2,317 (+52) cases and 60 (+2) deaths.

Kosciusko County has had 1,937 (+58) cases and 27 (+1) deaths.

Marshall County has had 1,427 (+27) cases and 26 (+0) deaths.

LaGrange County has had 821 (+11) cases and 15 (+0) deaths.

Starke County has had 432 (+16) cases and 8 (+1) deaths.

Fulton County has had 371 (+6) cases and 4 (+1) deaths.

Pulaski County has had 160 (+4) cases and 2 (+0) death.

The latest information can be found on the Indiana State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard at coronavirus.in.gov.

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