January 30, 2021 Update from Indiana Department of Health

Last Updated on January 30, 2021 by Indiana Department of Health

Stats from coronavirus.in.gov as of noon on January 30, 2021

Cass: 5024 (67 new cases); 64 deaths, 11.4% positivity
Carroll: 1654 (18 new cases); 16 deaths, 11.1% positivity
Fulton: 1681 (6 new cases); 30 deaths, 6.3% positivity
Pulaski: 998 (7 new cases); 38 deaths (1 new), 8.3% positivity
Miami: 3318 (15 new cases); 46 deaths, 10% positivity
Howard: 8539 (59 new cases); 153 deaths, 10.2% positivity
White: 2792 (9 new cases); 43 deaths, 9.3% positivity

SOURCE: News release from Indiana State Department of Health

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 2,389 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 624,959 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard.

A total of 9,592 Hoosiers are confirmed to have died from COVID-19, an increase of 43 from the previous day. Another 375 probable deaths have been reported based on clinical diagnoses in patients for whom no positive test is on record. Deaths are reported based on when data are received by the state and occurred over multiple days.

To date, 2,949,445 unique individuals have been tested in Indiana, up from 2,940,233 on Friday. A total of 6,976,408 tests, including repeat tests for unique individuals, have been reported to the state Department of Health since Feb. 26, 2020.

To find testing sites around the state, visit www.coronavirus.in.gov and click on the COVID-19 testing information link.

Hoosiers age 70 and older, along with healthcare workers, long-term care residents and first responders, are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. To schedule, visit https://ourshot.in.gov or call 211.

As of today, 551,527 Hoosiers have received a first dose of vaccine, and 137,823 are fully vaccinated.

Additional locations and appointments are being added as more vaccine becomes available.