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Indiana coronavirus cases: 2,328 brand-new cases, 22 new deaths reported

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The coronavirus pandemic will alter Halloween, evidenced by new rules and canceled events.Indiana topped 2,000

brand-new coronavirus cases for the very first time Friday, according to the state’s online coronavirus dashboard. The state also reported an additional 22 deaths.About 300 of the 2,328 brand-new cases contributed to the control panel Friday arised from a delay in reporting since of a technical glitch, state health authorities said. Considering that the start of the pandemic, the state has actually seen 143,495 cases

of the coronavirus and 3,654 deaths.The state’s positivity rate for distinct people is now greater than it has actually been because mid-May. Over the summer season the state began reporting two positivity rates, one which includes all tests and the other for unique people, stating the previous supplies a more accurate view of current virus activity.As of Friday, the seven-day average positivity rate for all tests was 5.8%and for unique people 10.4 %Evaluating numbers

also have actually escalated. The seven-day average for testing since last Friday, the most recent day for which

data was available, was 27,300. These numbers include the tests that universities such as Purdue and Indiana University conduct as part of their monitoring and

mitigation programs. That implies that the all-tests positivity rate consists of numerous tests for university students who do not necessarily have any symptoms or exposure. During the week of Oct. 4, the most recent week for which information is offered, about 11,000 IU trainees were checked. Purdue University conducts about 5,800 each week, according to its newest numbers. Where is the coronavirus in Indiana? See validated cases of COVID-19 with these maps Here are some other statistics of note: The number of people in Indiana health centers with COVID-19: 1,311. Extensive care system bed accessibility: 32.2%of 2,225 beds. 17 %of beds are inhabited by COVID clients. Ventilator availability: 78.3%of 2,890.

State positivity rates(seven-day typical rate since Oct. 9 ): For all tests performed, 5.8 %. For special individuals, 10.4%. Typical variety of deaths a day since Oct. 9: 15. Regenstrief Institute estimate of the number of individuals are currently infected: 21,526. Counties with more than 50 recently reported cases: Lake(201), Marion(197), Allen(136), St. Joseph

  • (116), Elkhart (112), Hamilton(98), Tippecanoe (67), Delaware (62), Vanderburgh(58), Kosciusko(54
  • ), Porter (53), Henry (50)Counties with more than 20 recently reportedcases: Madison(46), Lawrence (44), Clark( 42), LaPorte(40 ), Johnson(38), Hendricks
  • (36), Wayne(32 ), Monroe( 29 ), Daviess(26), Cass (25 ), Jackson (25 ), Grant (24 ), Gibson (24 ), Floyd (23 ), Marshall (23 ), Harrison (23 ), Vigo (21 ), Morgan (21 ), Dearborn (20 ). Counties with a 10%or higher
  • seven-day positivity rate: Steuben, LaGrange, Kosciusko, Blackford, Fountain, Warren, Parke, Jackson, Brown, Sullivan, Dearborn, Ohio, Orange, Pike, Posey. Contact IndyStar press reporter Shari Rudavsky at [email protected] Follow her on Facebook and on Twitter: @srudavsky. Facebook Email
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