March 1, 2021

Updates On COVID-19 In Indiana: 555 Cases, 20 Deaths Added To State's Totals

Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Case Count Will Update With IDH Updates. Last Update Was March 1 at 12:15 p.m.

The Indiana Department of Health added 555 confirmed COVID-19 cases to the state's total Monday, raising it to 662,213. The cases were confirmed Feb. 28. It also added 20 COVID-19 deaths, bringing the state's total to 12,162. The deaths occurred between Dec. 21 and Feb. 28. 

As of Monday, just over 1 million individuals have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 569,465 have been fully vaccinated.

Find a COVID-19 vaccination site and register for an appointment

The results of more than 8 million COVID-19 tests for more than 3.12 million unique individuals have been reported to the IDH to date. The state's 7-day positivity rate among unique individuals (as of Feb. 22) is 10.6 percent, with a cumulative positivity rate among unique individuals at 21.2 percent.

Central Indiana 7-day Positivity Rates Among Unique Individuals

(As of Feb. 22)
Boone County 9.3%
Hamilton County 9.4%
Hancock County 10.4%
Hendricks County 10.8%
Johnson County 5.9%
Madison County 8.6%
Marion County 8.4%
Morgan County 13.7%
Shelby County 17.2%

Find Indiana COVID-19 Testing Sites

Find a COVID-19 Vaccination Site and Register

COVID-19 Vaccination Expanding

The COVID-19 vaccine is being administered in Indiana. Hoosiers 60 and older are now elegible to get vaccinated. 

According to the IDH, the age group accounts for more than 22 percent of the state’s population but 64 percent of the COVID-19 hospitalizations and 93.3 percent of the deaths.

Appointments can be scheduled by visiting, or calling 211. Assistance with scheduling an appointment is also available through one of Indiana’s Area Agencies on Aging.

The IDH is encouraging Hoosiers who cannot find an appointment at the nearest location are encouraged to look at other sites in neighboring counties. It said appointments are being added regularly as vaccine supplies permit.

The first doses of the vaccines were offered to frontline health care workers across the state as well as long-term care facility residents and staff.

On Jan. 8 registration for COVID-19 vaccination appointments opened to Hoosiers age 80 and older. About 21,000 registered in the first 90 minutes. The rush triggered technical issues and slowdowns. By the end of business that first day 53,000 people 80 and older had registered for the free vaccine.

Read More: How Will Indiana Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines? Here's What You Need To Know

The Food and Drug Administration authorized emergency use of the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech on Dec. 11. The federal government expects 2.9 million doses of vaccine to go out. Shipments were expected to begin within 24 hours of the FDA approval. 

The Pfizer vaccine, administered in two doses three weeks apart, has been demonstrated to be 95 percent effective in clinical trials.

The FDA formally authorized a second vaccine -- developed by Moderna -- for emergency use on Dec. 18. It has been found to be 94 percent effective at preventing the disease. Unlike the Pfizer vaccine, Moderna's product does not need to be stored at extremely low temperatures, potentially making it accessible for more communities.

Read More: FDA Authorizes COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use In U.S.

READ MORE: Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine Becomes 2nd To Earn FDA Authorization

Mask Requirements

Hoosiers are advised to wear masks in public. Face coverings are required in most places for anyone 8-years old or older:

  • Public indoor spaces and commercial entities
  • While using public transportation or other vehicle services such as a taxi or ride share
  • Outdoor public spaces when its not possible to socially distance from people not in the same household

Exceptions include medical conditions, during exercise, or when eating and drinking.

Health officials encourage anyone with symptoms to call the IDH Epidemiology Resource Center at 317-233-7125 (or 317-233-1325 after hours) or e-mail COVID-19 symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath.

The Indiana Department of Health provides daily updates on its COVID-19 online dashboard.

A map of Indiana's COVID-19 vaccination sites is available here. To register for an appointment, click the location on the map and then the "click here to register" link.

This is an evolving story, and we are working hard to bring you the most up-to-date information. However, we recommend checking the websites of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Indiana Department of Health for the most recent numbers of COVID-19 cases.


Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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January 2021

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October 2020

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Indiana Lawmakers Plan Session Shifts Amid Virus Worries
AstraZeneca, IU School of Medicine COVID-19 Vaccine Trial On Hold
DWD Set To Begin Extra $300 Federal Benefits, But Many Could Slip Through Cracks
Northern Indiana Prison On Lockdown Amid COVID-19 Outbreak
Holcomb Says No To Payroll Tax Deferral For State Employees
School Leaders Worry Ongoing Substitute Shortage Will Push Students Back Online
ISO, Musicians Reach Agreement On Health Benefits, Financial Stipend
CTE Programs Get Extra $1.5 Million From Governor's Workforce Cabinet
Coronavirus: SBOE Maintains School Funding, Indiana Evaluates Federal Eviction Moratorium
Indiana University School of Medicine Will Take Part In Global COVID-19 Vaccine Trial
Statewide Organizations Collaborate To Mobilize Resources During COVID-19
Indianapolis Streets Closed For Dining During Pandemic Set To Reopen
Indianapolis Bars And Nightclubs Will Be Allowed To Open Sept. 8
Holcomb Announces $51 Million To Continue Broadband Expansion
Indiana Early Learning Providers Receive More Than $13 Million To Stay Operational
With 30 Quarantined Chapters, IU Recommends Greek Houses To Close
Advocates Say Federal Eviction Moratorium Delays Problem, Should Prompt State Response
Indiana Virus Caution Urged As IU Seeks Fraternity Closures
Indiana Overhauls County Virus Ratings For School Decisions
Indiana Board Of Education Makes Change To Fully Fund Schools Virtual During COVID-19
School Districts Debate Return To In-Person Teaching As State Prepares To Weigh In
State Exploring Impact Of New Federal Eviction Moratorium
1 In 5 Hoosier Small Business Could Close By November Without Another PPP Loan
Memo: NCAA To Furlough Its Entire Staff For 3-8 Weeks
SBOE To Consider Changing How Indiana Calculates School Funding This Fall
Indiana Sees More Coronavirus Deaths In August Than July
GM, Ford Complete US Contracts To Build Breathing Machines
Health Advocates Say Some COVID-19 Testing Lacks Cultural Sensitivity
National Guard Helps Operate Indiana Prison Amid COVID-19

August 2020

The Quiet And High Pressure Of A School During The Pandemic
Indiana Expands Job Training Program To People With Degrees
Indiana Woman Sues Distributor Of Recalled Hand Sanitizer
Coronavirus: Mask Mandate Extended, Indiana Prepares For Evictions With Moratorium Lifted
Housing Advocates Say Eviction Waves Will Spread COVID-19
IU Orders 10 Houses To Quarantine After Positive Virus Tests
Ball State Moves Big Event Weekends And Graduation May Be Next
Businesses Around Speedway Feel The Impact Of An Indy 500 Without Spectators
Indianapolis Public Schools Spent $27M (So Far) During Pandemic
State Of Downtown Indianapolis Discussed, Including Challenges Facing Mile Square
Indiana To Create Color-Coded COVID-19 Map To Help Guide School Decisions
Why Some Nursing Homes Are Taking In More COVID-19 Patients
Notre Dame Hikes Security After Quarantined Students Balk
Hoosier Hospitality Promise Campaign Aims To Increase Tourism In Indiana
Study: 84K Indiana Students May Lack Home Internet Access
Indiana's Statewide Mask Order Extended For 30 Days
Indiana Group Asks Appeals Court For Broader Mail-In Voting
Re-Employment Response Plan Launches In Marion County
NAACP To Help African American Residents With Energy Bills
Sen. Mike Braun Thinks Congress Is Too Far Apart To Pass More Coronavirus Relief
With Moratorium Over, Housing Advocates Brace For Eviction 'Tsunami'
State's COVID-19 School Dashboard Could Be Ready Next Month
After Spring COVID-19 Outbreak In Cass County, Logansport Schools Prepare To Reopen
Marion County Court System To Resume Jury Trials
Indiana Reports 3,000th COVID-19 Death
USDA Secretary Perdue Visits Indiana, Discusses Farmer Subsidies
Coronavirus: Expanded Vote-By-Mail Denied, State Requests FEMA Unemployment Funds
How One School Nurse Prepares For Classes To Reopen Amid COVID Crisis
Indy 500 Officials Comment On The Upcoming Race
36 Purdue University Students Suspended After Protect Purdue Pledge Violations At On-Campus Party
College Students Make Different Choices When It Comes To Campus Life In Pandemic
Indiana Requests $300 Unemployment Boost From FEMA
Notre Dame Cancels In-Person Classes For 2 Weeks After COVID-19 Spike
Indiana Schools Will Soon Get Federally-Funded Technology Grants
NBA: 2021 All-Star Weekend In Indy Unlikely On Current Dates
Hoosier Lottery Revenue Meets Budget Goal Despite COVID-19
Parke County Commissioners Cancel Covered Bridge Festival
School Leaders Worry Holcomb's Funding Fix Not Enough, Ask For Special Session
IPS Students May Face Software 'Glitch'  On First Day Of Remote Learning
Damien Center To Run Hotel Housing Program
Coronavirus: Holcomb Aims For School Funding Certainty, GOP Rejects Expanded Vote-By-Mail
Sites Will Offer Indy Students Free, In-Person E-Learning Care
Ball State Tries To Reassure Concerned Faculty About On-Campus Return
Indiana Prisons See August Spike In COVID-19 Cases
Young Says COVID-19 Relief Talks At Impasse, Won't Say If Trump Executive Orders Are Legal
Holcomb Aims To Provide Some School Funding Certainty
State Consumer Advocate: People Need More Time To Pay Overdue Utility Bills
Face Masks, Plastic Dividers Part Of Reopening At This Elementary School
More Fines Coming For Those Breaking Marion County's COVID Rules
Indiana Education Head On Reopening Schools: Contact Tracing Is A 'Beast'
As Additional Pandemic Help Expires, Schools Worry What It Means For Homeless Students
Indianapolis Warns Fines Coming For Virus Rules Violations
Delaware Community Schools Closes 2 Schools After 1 Positive Case Confirmed
Big Ten Pulls Plug On Fall Football Amid COVID-19 Concerns
COVID-19 Patient Who Received Double-Lung Transplant Faces Long Road To Recovery
Here Are The 11 Reasons You're Allowed To Vote By Mail In Indiana
Virus Causing Financial Pain Even For People Still Working
Nearly Half Of Indiana's Nursing Homes Report At Least One Case Of COVID-19
IndyCar Drivers Weigh In On The Indy 500 Without Fans
Coronavirus: Schools Contact Tracing Difficult, State Hasnt Spent Most Of CARES Act Money
Frustrated And Feeling Helpless, Many Still Wait On Unemployment Benefits
Indiana Lawmaker Says Schools Could Face Cuts If Offering Only Online Instruction
Labor Leaders Rally For HEROES Act Outside Offices Of Senators Braun, Young
McCormick: Privacy Concerns From Parents Make Contact Tracing In Schools Difficult
Indiana Connects Hoosiers With Peer Support For Substance Use, Mental Health Disorders
Indiana Officials Maintain It's 'Safe' For Schools To Reopen
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Indiana State Superintendent Says Schools Can Safely Reopen
Indiana, Bracing For Flood Of Evictions, Will Launch Settlement Arbitration
State Launches COVID-19 Help Hotline For Schools
Low Turnout At Indiana Funeral Services Blamed On COVID-19
Penske Reverses Course, Closes Indianapolis 500 To Fans
Why A Missouri Woman Is Collecting Photos Of COVID-19 Victims
Que Pasa, Midwest? Season 5: Helpers In The COVID Crisis
Teacher Strike An Option If Schools Unsafe, Says Indiana Union Leader
Indiana School Temporarily Closes After Positive Virus Test
GDP Numbers Not Affected Much By Federal Aid, Shows More Is Needed
More Than 400,000 Hoosiers Lose Significant Income As $600 Unemployment Benefit Ends
In COVID Crisis, Honda Plant Puts Office Workers On Assembly Line
As Schools Reopen, More COVID-19 Cases Confirmed in Central Indiana
Pandemic Forces Nonprofits To Close, Cut Back On Programs


July 2020

Indiana Students Begin In-Person Returns To Schools
You Asked: How Contact Tracing Works
Indiana Student, School Staff Member Test Positive For Virus
Indiana Governor Urged To Expand Mail Voting During Pandemic
Coronavirus Wastewater Testing 'An Extremely Valuable Tool' In Predicting Outbreak
Indiana Remains Stuck In Reopening Stage For Another Month
Evictions, Foreclosures Banned For Another Two Weeks
Indianapolis Public Schools Plans Virtual Learning For All Students When Classes Start
Family Caregivers Face Unique Challenges During COVID-19 Pandemic
Insurer Anthem's 2Q Profit Swells, Helped By Drop In Claims
Indiana Will Borrow From Federal Government For Unemployment Fund
Unemployed Hoosiers Hold Out Hope For Extension As Extra $600 Benefit Ends
With Hopes Of Safe Reopening, Some Schools Launch Widespread COVID-19 Testing
Ball State Doesn't Require COVID Test For Staff And Students To Return To Campus
Expanded Vote-By-Mail Unlikely This Fall As Holcomb Resists
Reuben Engagement Center Will Not Open At Original Site
Coronavirus: Holcomb Issues Statewide Mask Mandate, Outlines Guidance For Schools
Pence Applauds Indiana's Reopening Plans, Promises Future Federal Resources
Holcomb Reverses Course: No Penalty In Mask Mandate
Indiana Tops 1,000 In New Daily Virus Cases For 1st Time
Some Schools In Indiana Are Still Waiting On Critical Supplies They Need To Reopen
Indianapolis Symphony Cancels 2020-21 Indoor Season
Indiana's Mask Requirement Is Welcome News To Those In Field Of Public Health
Hogsett Orders New Restrictions For Schools, Restaurants, Religious Events As COVID-19 Cases Increase
Holcomb Confident In Legal Authority To Issue Mask Mandate
New Report Shows More Virus Deaths At Indiana Nursing Homes
Lawmakers Grapple With How To Have Session Amid COVID-19
Indiana CTE Office Urges Schools To Make Exceptions, Allow In-Person Learning
Science Fiction, Fantasy Author Maurice Broaddus On The Lessons Learned During The Pandemic
Small Business Advocacy Group Asks Congress For Additional Help
Holcomb Issues Statewide Mask-Wearing Mandate, Effective Monday, July 27
Hill Argues Holcomb Doesn't Have Authority To Issue Mask Mandate
Do I Have To Wear A Face Mask? What You Need To Know About Indiana's New Mandate
Here Are School Reopening Plans For Central Indiana
Mask-Wearing Mandatory At School, State Issues Guidance On Positive COVID-19 Tests
New 'eLearning Lab' Aims To Help Indiana Teachers, Families Grasp Virtual Learning During Pandemic
Pandemic Creates Additional Challenges Those Going Through Reentry
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Officials Roll Out Health Precautions For Indy 500
Indiana Women's Prison Called 'Ticking Time Bomb' As COVID Lockdown Continues
Is COVID-19 Spreading Among Burmese Refugees? Here's Why It's Hard To Know
You Asked: COVID-19 Information For Burmese Immigrants
Indiana Democrats Call For Special Session On COVID Funding, Vote-By-Mail, Police Reform
Fishers Health Department Board Approves Mask Mandate
Myers On School Reopenings: Leadership At State, Federal Levels 'Inadequate'
Indiana's Second-Largest County Latest To Adopt Mask Mandate
Indy 500 Reduces Number Of Spectators To 25 Percent
Indiana Launches Helpline For Support During Virus Pandemic
Indiana Dunes National Park Debuts Coronavirus Campaign
Coronavirus: State Reopening Plan Remains On Hold, Indiana Unemployment Rate Falls Slightly
IPS Delays School Start For 2 Weeks Due To COVID-19 Concerns
Group Home Residents With Disabilities Live With Precautions To Keep COVID-19 At Bay
2 More Indiana Counties Join Others In Mandating Face Masks
Online Petition Highlights Concerns From Parents, Teachers About Reopening Schools
Indiana High School Marching Band Competitions Canceled
Indiana's Virus Testing Falling Short On Sites, Results
As Additional $600 Benefits End, Unemployed Hoosiers Worry About Future
Indianapolis Partners With Local Organizations For Music Cities Strategy Recovery Program
Indiana Left It To County Courts To Release Prisoners During The COVID Crisis. Most Of Them Haven't.
Holcomb Extending Indiana's Coronavirus Limits For 2 More Weeks As Hospitalizations Jump
Indiana Keeps Its Reopening Plan On Hold Through July
Ag Barometer: Details Of USDA Financial Aid Helps Improve Farmer Sentiment
A Town At Heart Of COVID-19 Outbreak Wrestles With Requiring Masks
Washington Township Schools Won't Reopen Buildings, Virtual Classes Only Due To COVID-19
Hoosiers Can Now Apply For Rental Assistance From State Program
Hiring Company Adapting To COVID-19 With Drive-In Events
Suspended Trials Create Backlog In Vanderburgh County Courts
Lawmakers Say Coronavirus Measures At Women's Prison Put Inmates At Risk
More Indiana Cities Mandating Masks As Virus Illnesses Grow
Coronavirus: Small Business Administration Releases Data, Indiana Moves To PPE Directory
IPS Will Require Face Masks For K-12 Students As Part Of School Reopening Plan
Group Discusses Limited Transparency In Paycheck Protection Program Data
Summer Heat To Blame For Reduced COVID-19 Testing In Indiana
Indianapolis And Gleaners Food Bank Distribute Face Coverings To Support New Mandate
Amid COVID-19 Concerns, Clinics Step Up Testing For Migrant Farmworkers
PPE Shipments To Indiana Schools Will Begin Soon
More Money And Partners For Indianapolis Rental Assistance Program
Rogue Online Pharmacies Marketing COVID-19 'Cures' Amid Pandemic
Indiana Shutting Down PPE Marketplace, Replacing It With Directory For Businesses
St. Vincent de Paul Expands Food Pantry To Meet Larger Need
Indiana Expands Next Level Jobs Program To Help Workforce Recover From COVID-19
Rental Assistance Is Coming, More Is Likely Needed
'I Just Thought I Was In A Dream': A Pregnant Woman's COVID-19 Story
Small Business Administration Releases Data On Paycheck Protection Program Loans
Senator Young Wants Next Federal Relief Package To Be 'Targeted'
Career And Technical Education Paves The Way For School Reopenings
Here's What One School Nurse Says Families Can Do To Prepare Kids For School Reopening
Purdue Researchers Develop Potential COVID-19 At-Home Test
Hogsett Orders Mandatory Face Masks For Indianapolis
Masks, Social Distancing In Classroom Are Some Requirements When Marion County School Buildings Reopen
Indiana Fireworks Companies Hit Hard By COVID-19 Cancellations
Indiana Latino Expo Canceled Due To COVID-19 Concerns
Scams Cause Indiana's Unemployment Applications To See Biggest Increase In Nation
Indiana Sort Of Presses Pause On Reopening Plan Amid Some Worsening Numbers
Indiana To Release COVID-19 Data From Individual Nursing Homes
Governor Holcomb Urges, But Still Wont Require, Mask Wearing


June 2020

Closed Day Programs Add Pressure On Families Supporting People With Autism
Advocates Say PPP Loans Were Less Likely To Help Businesses Owned By People Of Color
Final Round Of C-CERF Grants Announced
Utilities Ordered To Keep The Lights On Until Aug. 14 Despite Unpaid Bills
Two Northern Indiana Counties Take Action On Face Masks
Indiana Regulators Deny Utilities' Bid For Virus Relief
Coronavirus: Unemployment Rises, Advocates Concerned By Womens Prison Lockdown
In COVID Lockdown, Conditions At Indiana Women's Prison Unhealthy, Advocates Say
COVID-19 Testing Scarce In Indianapolis' Black Neighborhoods
Indianapolis 500 Will Run With 50% Fan Capacity At Speedway
'Pure Hell' As COVID-19 Hits Meat Processing Plants In Rural Missouri
Advocates Say Indiana Rental Assistance Program Is Good Start, Falls Short Of Need
Meatpacking Union Calls For Increased Pay And National Company Virus Registry
Indiana Jobless Claims Up By Nearly A Third Last Week
Coronavirus: Indiana Launches Rent Program, Meatpacking Union Calls For Increased Pay
Marion County Schools To Open Classrooms Full-time For Students In Fall
Some Hoosiers Might Get Help From New Rental Assistance Program
Is Indiana Ready For A Disaster During The Pandemic?
Are Children's Mental Health Services Falling Short During COVID-19?
Coronavirus: Indiana Launches Remote Learning Grant, Visa Order Harms Colleges, Industries
State Told Local Health Departments How To Hide Long-Term Care Data: Here's What We Found
Mayor Hogsett Announces Partnership with United Way to Help Nonprofits Safely Re-Open
EPA Under Trump Makes Major Rule Changes During COVID-19 Crisis
Indiana Offers Public Schools $61M In Remote Learning Grants
UFCW Union Asks Poultry Plant To Reinstate Hazard Pay
Notre Dame Sees $100M-Plus Revenue Shortfall For Next Year
Indiana Workforce Cabinet Gets $2.25 Million For Rapid Recovery Plan
Colleges Prepare For Fall Reopening
Coronavirus: May Unemployment Sees Drop, Ball State Study Shows Longer Recovery
Carmel Testing Wastewater for COVID-19
Study: State, Local Governments Face Challenges, Tax Losses From COVID-19
Coronavirus: Indiana Expects More Than $3B Shortfall, No Budget Cuts For K-12 Education
Educators Relieved K-12 Funding Safe From Cuts, Democrats Ask For More Protections
Spread Of COVID-19 In Indiana Slows In Latest Fairbanks Study Results
No Cuts To K-12 Education Funding, Despite Revenue Shortfalls Due To COVID-19
Indiana Expects Budget Shortfall Of More Than $3 Billion By Next Year
Hoosier Workers, Unions Rally For Racial And Economic Justice
Grounded: COVID-19 Forces Airlines To Search For Airport Parking Lots
Coronavirus: Pandemic Food Benefits Delayed, Incumbents Favored In Vote-By-Mail Primary
Indiana Congressman: Schools, Colleges Must Open Or Lose Federal Funds
Can The U.S. Handle A Second Wave Of COVID-19: A Conversation
Northern Indiana's LaGrange County Requires Face Masks
Not All Frontline Workers Work In Hospitals. Meet Janitor Dennis Osborn
Pandemic Food Stamp Benefits Delayed For Some Families, FSSA Offers Help Line
Coronavirus: Indiana Expands Testing, Prepares To Discuss K-12 Education Cuts This Week
Systemic Racism Is Cradle To Grave Health Issue For Black Americans
State Expands Testing, Will Release COVID-19 Positive Cases By Zip Code