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Updates On COVID-19 In Indiana: Health Department Records 9 More Deaths, 397 Newly Confirmed Cases

Updates On COVID-19 In Indiana: Health Department Records 9 More Deaths, 397 Newly Confirmed CasesThe Indiana State Department of Health added nine COVID-19 deaths to the state's total Sunday, bringing it to 1,967. The deaths occurred May 28-30. It also added 397 confirmed COVID-19 cases to the state's total, raising it to 34,574. The new cases were confirmed between May 25-30.coronavirus, COVID-192020-05-31T00:00:00-04:00
Updates On COVID-19 In Indiana: Health Department Records 9 More Deaths, 397 Newly Confirmed Cases

Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Case Count Will Update With ISDH Updates. Last Update Was May 31 at 11:48 a.m.

The Indiana State Department of Health added nine COVID-19 deaths to the state's total Sunday, bringing it to 1,967. The deaths occurred May 28-30. It also added 397 confirmed COVID-19 cases to the state's total, raising it to 34,574. The new cases were confirmed between May 25-30.

As of Sunday, the results of 261,546 COVID-19 tests had been reported to the ISDH, with just over 13 percent being positive for the disease.

Drive-Thru Testing Available

Find Indiana COVID-19 Testing Sites

The health department will host drive-thru testing clinics from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Sunday at the following locations:

  • Shelbyville High School, 2003 S. Miller Street, Shelbyville, IN 46176
  • Miller School - Hammond, 6530 New Hampshire, Hammond, IN 46323
  • Ivy Tech Community College - Princeton, 2431 S. Crabtree Drive, Princeton, IN 47670
  • Franklin County 4-H Fairgrounds, 7178 Blue Creek, Brookville, IN

More COVID-19 testing information and map of testing sites across the state can be found here.

Marion County Set To Ease Restrictions 

Marion County residents will soon be able to visit hair salons and dine inside local restaurants. Officials announced plans Wednesday for the county to move into stage three of the state's reopening plan.

Beginning Friday, capacity for religious services increased to 50 percent.

Other changes will begin Monday. Restaurants, which were limited to outdoor seating, will be allowed to open indoor seating at 50 percent capacity. Personal service businesses including hair salons and tattoo parlors will be allowed to open by appointment only.  Retail stores and shopping malls may increase capacity to 75 percent.

Non contact sports fields at Indianapolis parks will reopen, and gyms and fitness centers and swimming pools can reopen at 50 percent capacity. Summer days camps will also be permitted.

Playgrounds will remain closed, along with movie theaters, live music venues and bars.

READ MORE: Can I Go For A Walk? Here's What A 'Stay-At-Home' Order Really Does

Health officials enourage anyone with symptoms to call the ISDH Epidemiology Resource Center at 317-233-7125 (or 317-233-1325 after hours) or e-mail epiresource@isdh.in.gov. COVID-19 symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath.

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

This is a rapidly 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 State Department of Health for the most recent numbers of COVID-19 cases.

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Coronavirus: Child Care, Gig Economy Workers Up In The Air; 'Stay-At-Home' Order Begins
Indianapolis City Services Change In Response To COVID-19
Holcomb: Indiana's Financial Surplus Will Help State Recover From Impact Of COVID-19
Data Hub Maps Neighborhood Risk Levels
Coronavirus Is Big Problem For People Facing Homelessness
How Do Health Departments Communicate With Amish Communities During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
IU Postpones Times For Students To Move Things From Dorms
Teachers 'Parade' To See Students During COVID-19 Shutdown
Unclear How Indiana Will Enforce Stay-At-Home Order, Goes Into Effect At Midnight
City, Organizations Partner To Provide Childcare For First Responders
Coronavirus: 'Stay-At-Home' Order Goes Into Effect, Enforcement Unclear
Who Decides Whether Hourly Employees Get Paid In A Pandemic? Local School Boards.
How Climate Change Increases Our Risk For Pandemics
State Health Department Confirms 365 COVID-19 Cases, 12 Deaths
Eli Lilly Offers Drive-Thru COVID-19 Tests For Health Care Workers, First Responders
Indiana Reports 5 More Coronavirus Deaths For 12 Total
The Arts Council Of Indianapolis, Community Funders Launch COVID-19 Relief Fund
Purdue Student Tests Positive For COVID-19
Indiana To Extend Licenses During Its Stay-At-Home Order
Volunteers Sew Masks For Health Workers Facing Shortages
Tens Of Thousands of Hoosiers Lose Work, As Governor Issues 'Stay-At-Home' Order
Coronavirus: Holcomb Announces Stay-At-Home Order, Goes Into Effect Wednesday
Marion County Seconds Statewide Stay At Home Order
Holcomb Issues 'Stay-At-Home' Order In Response To COVID-19
WATCH: Gov. Eric Holcomb Announces Stay At Home Order
Lilly Provides Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing For Indianapolis Health Care Workers
Community Health Network President, CEO Tests Positive For COVID-19
'A Huge Disadvantage': Expert Raises Concerns About Internet, Device Access For Kids
Senior Centers Face Tough Choices Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Southport Helps Elderly During COVID-19 Crisis
Graduation, Financial Aid, Admissions  For This Year's College-Bound, The Future Is In Turmoil
Indiana Reports Third COVID-19 Death, Increased Access To Testing
Indiana Primary Election Moving To June 2 Amid COVID-19 Concerns
IPS Partners With Gleaners To Feed Students, Families
Arts Council, Community Funders Start COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund
Indiana Primary Election Shift Could Impact State Party Conventions  And Curtis Hill
IRT's Production Of 'Murder On the Orient Express' Goes Virtual
Indiana Officials Considering Delay Of May Primary Election
Event Highlights Challenges Facing African Americans In Light Of COVID-19
All Indiana Schools Closed Through May 1, Holcomb Orders
Sen. Todd Young Outlines Third Federal Coronavirus Relief Package
Coronavirus: Holcomb Closes Schools Until    May 1, Indiana Companies Work On Testing
Two Companies In Indiana Work To Increase Public Testing For COVID-19
Governor Extends State Of Emergency And School Closures
Indiana Officials Report 17 More Coronavirus Cases
Wayne Township Schools Sends Food To Bus Stops In First Week Of Closings
Can Animals Get COVID-19?
Carmel Mayor Declares Local Disaster Emergency in Response To Pandemic
Delaware County and Muncie Issue Joint Disaster Declaration, Close Services And Offices To Public
Closed Schools Raise Tough Questions For Accessibility, Special Education Support
Indiana Political Parties Want Vote-By-Mail For May Primary
500 Festival Mini-Marathon Becomes 'Virtual Race' Because Of COVID-19 Restrictions
Automotive Manufacturers Idle Indiana Plants In Response To COVID-19
Notre Dame Student Tests Positive for COVID-19
IMPD Closes District Roll Call Lobbies, Citizens Services Desk At City-County Building
Coronavirus: College-Adjacent Businesses Seeing Summer Slump Months Early
Indiana Virus Cases Rise To 39; Honda Closing For 1 Week
Purdue Cancels In-Person Commencement Ceremony
Coronavirus Closures Ripple Through Bars, Restaurants
Indiana Reports 2nd Coronavirus Death, More Confirmed Cases
First Responders Adjust Practices To Mitigate Coronavirus
OB-GYN: Pregnancy Should Be Considered High Risk For COVID-19
Indiana Sees Spike In Unemployment Claims, Urges Unemployed To File Online
Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Dr. Woody Myers Unveils COVID-19 Proposals
Rep. Greg Pence: Congress Taking Safety Steps Over Coronavirus, Too
'Tip List' Started To Help Indianapolis Service Workers
How To Talk To Your Kids About Coronavirus
Indy Chamber Launches Rapid Response Hub
Local Organizations Start COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund
Hoosier Traveler Says Screenings Created Chaos After Return From International Trip
All Public Catholic Masses in Indiana have been suspended
Hotel Tango, Other Distilleries Start Producing Hand Cleaner
Coronavirus: Indiana Reports Two COVID-19 Deaths, Governor Takes Steps To Curb Virus
Holcomb Announces New Steps To Slow COVID-19 Spread As State Reports First Death
Added Restrictions And Closures Issued In Marion County
Just Buy What You Need: Expert Warns Against Hoarding Products During COVID-19 Pandemic
How One Church Is Handling The Coronavirus Outbreak
Coronavirus: A Local Coffee Shop Offers Drinks Delivery To Keep Making Profit
Indiana Sees 1st Coronavirus Death As Restrictions Added
Indiana University Moves All Classes Online, Cancels Events For Remainder Of Semester
You Asked: Can I Boost My Immunity To Coronavirus?
State, National Orders Lift Restrictions On Trucking Hours To Deliver Virus Supplies
Gaming Commission Orders Indiana Casinos To Close For Two Weeks
Relief Fund Established To Meet Need During Economic Slowdown Caused By Virus
Likely More Than 60,000 Hoosiers Have COVID-19, Says State Health Director
Indiana Wants State Tests Postponed In Wake Of COVID-19 School Closures
IHSAA Postpones Boys Basketball Tournament Games, Responding To COVID-19
Medical Professionals Urge People To Follow Governor's Recommendations
Lafayette, West Lafayette, Tippecanoe School Corps. Closing Monday For Coronavirus Spread Prevention
Children's Museum To Close Temporarily
IndyCar Cancels Races Through April, Indy 500 Still Set For May
St. Joseph County Courts Suspend Rule That Guarantees Speedy Trial Rights Due To COVID-19
Coronavirus: Three Counties Shut Down Schools, Governor Announces Additional Steps
Governor Announces Additional Steps To Prevent Spread of Coronavirus
Most Marion County Public Schools Closed, Indy Limits Gatherings
Indiana Virus Cases Up To 12; More Universities Take Steps
March Madness: NCAA Tournaments Canceled Due To Coronavirus
Hoosier Nurses Working Hard Amid Protection Concerns
Democratic Leaders Question Holcomb's Response To Coronavirus Threat
Indianapolis Public Schools To Stay Open 'As Long As Possible'
Coronavirus News Roundup: Thursday, March 12
10 People Now Diagnosed With COVID-19, Experts Expect More To Come
St. Joseph County Has Its First COVID-19 Case
NCAA Will Close Games To Fans During Men's, Women's Division I Basketball Tournaments
Ball State To Suspend In-Person Classes For Rest Of The Semester
Park Tudor Will Be Closed Through April 13
4 New COVID-19 Cases In Indiana, State Now Has 10 Cases
Indiana Prisons Have Suspended In-Person Visitation In Response To COVID-19
Indianapolis Public Schools Cancels All Field Trips As Precaution
Cummins Expands Travel Restrictions To Domestic Flights In Response To Coronavirus
Total Of Six COVID-19 Cases, State Health Department Confirms
Purdue Moves Classes Online After Spring Break, Adds New Restrictions
IU Moves Courses Online Following Spring Break Due To COVID-19
2 New COVID-19 Cases In Indiana, Boosting State's Total To 6
Coronavirus News Roundup: Tuesday, March 10
'Day-By-Day, This Is Evolving' Indianapolis Tourism Officials Address Coronavirus
Total of Four Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, Avon Schools To Close
How To Boost Your Emergency Supply Of Prescription Medicines
Second COVID-19 Case Identified In Indiana, Both Stem From Boston BioGen Conference
Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus
Indiana Reports First Coronavirus Case, State Health Officials Say Its Isolated
Coronavirus Travel Tips: To Fly Or Not To Fly? What Happens If You Cancel?
Parent Of West Lafayette High School Student Tests Negative For Coronavirus
How Not To Get Sick On A Plane: A Guide To Avoiding Pathogens
How Coronavirus Spreads: A Cough In Your Face ... Or A Kiss On Your Cheek
Purdue Suspends All University-Related International Travel For Spring Break
Ball State Cancels All Upcoming Study Abroad Programs Over Coronavirus
Parent Of West Lafayette Junior-Senior High School Student Tested For Coronavirus
Indiana Manufacturers Could See Supply Slowdown Due To Coronavirus Outbreak
University Of Notre Dame Taking Precautions Over Coronavirus
A Guide: How To Prepare Your Home For Coronavirus
Indiana Prepares For Potential Spread of Coronavirus
Local Epidemiologist Explains Coronavirus Outbreak And Efforts To Contain It
Indiana Researchers Develop Codes To Track Coronavirus

 

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