Downward trend in COVID-19 cases continues in Indiana

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first_img Downward trend in COVID-19 cases continues in Indiana Facebook CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews (Photo supplied/State Of Indiana) The state of Indiana continues to see a downward trend with coronavirus.On Wednesday, the Indiana Department of Health updated its color-coded map, which shows where the risk of COVID spread is the worst in the state. Only five counties — Whitley, Franklin, Ohio, Gibson and Spencer — remain in the “red.” Last week, that number was 34. Most of the state is now in the “orange.” Eight counties — Elkhart, Marshall, Wells, Adams, Tippecanoe, Parke, Sullivan, and Monroe — have dropped down to the “yellow.”The health department reported 2,260 new COVID cases and 40 new COVID deaths in the state. Overall, at least 9,470 Hoosiers have died from the virus.In addition, nearly 113,000 Hoosiers have been fully vaccinated. More than 477,000 people in Indiana have received at least their first COVID shot. Facebook Previous articleButtigieg moves closer to possible Cabinet postNext articleAnother legislative debate in Indiana Statehouse over forms of cannabis Network Indiana By Network Indiana – January 27, 2021 0 180 Google+ Pinterest Twitter Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApplast_img read more