NewsHealth / December 5, 2020

Updates On COVID-19 In Indiana: 7,793 Cases, 78 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 ISDH Updates. Last Update Was Dec. 4 at 11:55 a.m.

The Indiana State Department of Health added 7,793 confirmed COVID-19 cases to the state's total Saturday, raising it to 375,019. The new cases were recorded Aug. 20 - Dec. 4. It also added 78 COVID-19 deaths to the state's total, bringing it to 5,910. The deaths occurred Nov. 26 - Dec. 4.

As of Saturday the results of more than 4.5 million COVID-19 tests for more than 2.2 million individuals have been reported to the ISDH with a cumulative positivity rate among unique individuals at 16.4 percent. The state's 7-day positivity rate among unique individuals (as of Nov. 28) is 25.8 percent.

Central Indiana 7-day Positivity Rates Among Unique Individuals

(As of Nov. 28)
Boone County 20.3%
Hamilton County 21.3%
Hancock County 21.5%
Hendricks County 28.7%
Johnson County 27.1%
Madison County 24.3%
Marion County 23.9%
Morgan County 30.1%
Shelby County 45.3%

Find Indiana COVID-19 Testing Sites

COVID-19 Testing Available

The state Department of Health will offer free drive-thru testing from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday this week. All drive-thru sites will be closed Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday. The locations are:

  • Clay County
    Clay County Testing - 911 Bonnie Geyne Miller Dr., Brazil

  • Lake County
    St. Timothy Church-Gary - 1600 W. 25th Ave., Gary 

  • Ripley County
    Batesville Fire Department - 115 E. Catherine St., Batesville

  • Wabash County
    Friends Church - 3563 S. IN-13, Wabash

Marion County Schools Ordered Back To Virtual Learning

With the spread of the coronavirus gaining momentum in Marion County, local health officials issued new public health orders, including requiring all public and private K-12 schools in the county to go virtual instruction by Nov. 30.

School extra curricula and sports will only include participants, parents, guardians and support staff. The order will run through Jan. 15, 2021 "unless we see some remarkable, surprising information ...," Marion County Public Health Director Dr. Virginia Caine said.

Caine said the restrictions, as of now, do not apply to daycare and preschool type facilities.

Read more: The latest restrictions on Marion County businesses and social gatherings. 

Some Statewide Restictions Return

Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday that he would reinstate some coronavirus restrictions because state has recorded sharp increases in COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths.

The new executive order, beginning Nov. 14, will limit social gathering sizes in counties at the higher-risk levels of coronavirus spread. It will limit crowd sizes to 25 people in the highest-risk red counties and 50 people in the next-riskiest orange counties, with larger events needing approval from local health officials.

The new order will also limit capacity at K-12 indoor sports and extracurricular events to 25 percent capacity in orange counties and only parents or guardians as spectators in red counties. Religious services, however, will face no crowd restrictions.

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 it’s not possible to socially distance from people not in the same household

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

The state is now in Stage 5 of reopening. That includes dropping most other limits on businesses and crowd sizes.

Health officials encourage anyone with symptoms to call the ISDH 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 State Department of Health provides daily updates on its COVID-19 online dashboard.


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 State 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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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
Indiana Confronts Budget Shortfalls; To Discuss Potential K-12 Cuts Next Week
Hospital CEO Shares His Experience With COVID-19, Running Hospital Network During A Crisis
Double Lung Transplant For COVID-19 Patient Is First In U.S., Doctors Say
Simon Property Group Sues The Gap For Not Paying Rent During COVID-19 Pandemic
Coronavirus: Indiana Enters Reopening Plan's Stage 4 Friday, Aims To Double Testing Capacity
Indiana Requires High Risk Prison Employees To Keep Working Amid COVID-19 Crisis
Indianapolis Prepares To Move To Stage 4 Of Reopening Plan
Indiana Aims To Double COVID-19 Testing Capacity Through New Lab Network
Shut Down By Pandemic Just Months After First Opening, Fonseca Theater Looking Ahead
Indiana Entering Next Reopening Stage Friday, Two Days Ahead Of Schedule
   Where Are Nursing Home Residents Dying Of COVID-19? In Indiana, It's Hard To Say
Housing Advocates Call For Rental Help Ahead Of 'Eviction Cliff'
Another Major Mall Deal Implodes As Pandemic Shakes Retail
Coronavirus: CTE Programs 'Pilot' For In-Person Class, Expanded Vote-My-Mail Unlikely For Fall
State Leaders Leave COVID-19 School Reopening Plans To Local Health Departments
Special Education Advocates Say Creativity Schools Use During COVID-19 Needs To Last
Indiana Casinos Get Green Light From State To Reopen
Career And Technical Education Courses 'Piloting' The Way For In-Person Class
Expanded Vote-By-Mail Looks Unlikely For November Election
Council Takes Up Racism As Public Health Crisis And COVID-19 Funding
Hogsett Announces CARES Funding Focus
One-Time Utility Benefit Available For Some Impacted By COVID-19
BMV Set To Allow Walk-In Customers At Branches
IU Health To Ease Temporary Visitor Restrictions
Dance Kaleidoscope Moves In-Studio Classes Online
Coronavirus: Indiana Releases School Reopening Guidelines, State Workforce Recovery Plan
Business Owners Innovate To Stay Open During Pandemic
Language Barrier Hinders COVID-19 Response At Meat Processing Plants
Indiana Unveils Recommendations For Schools To Reopen, But Not How They'll Afford It
Mother, Daughter Face COVID-19 In Nursing Facility, At Home
As Dentists Reopen, COVID-19 Uncertainties Have Some Workers Worried
Downtown Businesses Deal With A Double Hit
Federal Report Finds 21% More COVID Nursing Home Deaths In Indiana
2020 Indiana State Fair Canceled Due To COVID-19 Concerns
Local Partnership Provides Food Boxes For Southside Families
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Will Run Fourth Of July Weekend Events Without Fans
Simon Property Group Sues Gap For Rent On Coronavirus-Shuttered Stores
Could Large Street Protests Lead To More COVID-19 Cases?
Armed Guards And Panic Buttons: A Dangerous Confusion About WorkOne Offices
With School Buildings Closed Nine13 Sports Changes Gears
Indiana Hits 2,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths, Jumping 1,000 In A Little Over A Month
Lilly Begins World's First Study Of Potential COVID-19 Antibody Treatment in Humans
Think Americans Are Polarized Over Reopening, Face Masks? Survey Says Think Again
COVID-19 Changed How Schools Campaign For And Talk About Referendum Funding
Voters Can't Be Barred From Polling Place For Not Following COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
Coronavirus: State Launches Small Business Grant, Unemployment Claims Trend Lower


May 2020

State Launches Grant Fund To Help Small Businesses That Didn't Secure PPP Money
Is The Paycheck Protection Program Enough To Save Some Small Businesses From COVID-19?
Indianapolis Official: Many Mail-In Ballots May Go Uncounted
New Unemployment Claims Trend Slightly Lower, But Many Still Wait For Payment
Streets Remain Closed For Outside Dining
Naloxone Use, Opioid Overdoses Increase Amid Virus Pandemic
Lake County Jail Counselor Dies After Testing For COVID-19
Coronavirus: Vote-By-Mail Ballots Due By Noon June 2, State To Investigate Virus Utilities Effect
State To Investigate How COVID-19 Has Affected Utilities, Customers
FSSA Chief: Mental Health Issues Up Amid Virus Outbreak
Christel House Indianapolis Leader Talks About Remote Learning, Goals For Future
Road Tripping In A Pandemic: RV Dealer Reports Big Sales Increase
Hoosiers Must Return Absentee Ballots By Noon On Election Day
YMCA of Greater Indianapolis Announces Plans to Open Eight More Centers
Coronavirus: Manufacturing Areas Hit Hard By Unemployment, SNAP Grocery Delivery Tested
Indianapolis Announces Additional Reopening Plans
Unemployment Hit Manufacturing Areas Hardest In April
Interactive Map: Where Indiana Students Lack Home Internet, Computer
Free Masks Available For Marion County Residents
Not All Frontline Workers Work In Hospitals. Meet Grocery Store Butcher Juan Ruffin
Indiana Begins Testing SNAP Grocery Delivery Program Next Week
You Asked: How Is COVID Affecting Meat Processing Workers?
Indy Pride To Modify Live Events For This Year's Celebration
No Fall, Spring Break, Among IU's Changes To 2020-21 School Year
Ball State Students Return For Classes In August, But Go Online-Only After Thanksgiving
COVID-19 Crisis Puts Pressure On Farmers' Mental Health
Researchers Explore Causes Behind COVID-19 Disparities In Marion County
U.S. Sen. Todd Young Visits Small Businesses, Advocates For Additional Lending Program
How Do You Celebrate Graduates In 2020? Here's How These High Schools Are Doing It
Terre Haute Prison Inmate With COVID-19 Dies; 3 More Have It
Cargill Donation Helps FFA Chapters Deal With Virus Fallout
Coronavirus: State Agencies Cut Back, Indiana Hits Record-Breaking Unemployment Rate
Casinos Must Submit COVID-19 Health, Safety Plans Before Reopening
Exec Gave $50K To Governor Ahead Of State Virus Testing Deal
Getting Outside More Could Put Hoosiers At Greater Risk For Tick-Borne Illnesses
Visual Artist, Gallery Owner, Videographer Joy Hernandez Reflects On Pandemic's Impact On Her Work
Gyms Start Reopening With Precautions
Some Indiana Environmental Groups Suffering During Pandemic
Indiana Dunes Starts Beach Parking Information Line
Indiana Hits Record-Breaking Unemployment Rate In April
Not All People In High-Risk Populations Need To Get Tested, Box Says
Holcomb Announces State Agency Cutbacks In Response To Revenue Shortfall
Owner Of Long-Term Care Facilities Commissions Independent Review
As Indiana Reopens, Child Care Providers Worry For Their Future
Indianapolis To House Homeless At High Risk For COVID-19
You Asked: How Do I Stay Safe From COVID As States Reopen?
COVID-19 Pandemic Causes One Gym To Permanently Close
Visual Artist Benny Sanders Finding Balance In Isolation
Officials In Ohio Apologize For Advice On COVID Masks For African-Americans
Coronavirus: State Can't Test Every Nursing Home Resident, Unemployment Holds Steady
Box Says State Can't Test Every Nursing Home Resident As White House Recommends
Initial Unemployment Claim Numbers Hold Steady, But Still Larger Than Usual
Faith In Indiana Town Hall Calls For More COVID-19 Help
New SNAP Delivery Benefit To Help Vulnerable Hoosiers
During COVID-19 Pandemic, Indiana Prisoners Say Other Health Needs Untended
Dubois County Dealing with COVID-19 Outbreak at Turkey Processing Plant
Hunting In Indiana Is Up During The COVID-19 Pandemic
Eased Orders Mean DNR Campgrounds, Inns Will Reopen Friday
Coronavirus: State Moves To Next Stage 3 Early, AARP Calls For Long-Term Care Transparency
Some Doctors Struggle With Guilt Amid COVID-19 Crisis
Indiana Moves Early To Next Reopening Stage; Gatherings Of 100 Allowed
Many Apply To Vote By Mail In Marion County
Famed Three Floyds Brewpub To Remain Closed Indefinitely
IU Sees Spike In Summer Enrollment During COVID-19 Pandemic
Coronavirus: Holcomb Draws Ire For No Work Share Option, 2020 Gen Con Canceled
Indianapolis Will Close Some Streets, Fast-Track Permits To Allow Outdoor Dining
Vehicle Traffic Allowed Back in Eagle Creek Park Thursday
Governor Holcomb Draws Ire For No Work Share Unemployment Option
Gen Con Cancels 2020 Convention, Plans Virtual Events
Coronavirus Outbreak Closes Southern Indiana Poultry Plant
With Masks and Testing, Notre Dame Plans to Reopen in August
Coronavirus: How Service Providers Adapt, First Case Of Childrens Inflammatory Syndrome
Indiana Has First Case Of Children's Inflammatory Syndrome Linked To COVID-19
New Program To Cover Business PPE Costs
New COVID-19 Testing  Sites Set To Open In Marion County
In Struggle With Addiction, Isolation And Unemployment Can Be Deadly
Racial Disparity Task Force To Meet On COVID-19
Recovered COVID-19 Patients Donate Plasma
Artist Jamie Pawlus Sends Simple, Meaningful Message Through Her Work
Lilly Endowment Grant To Help Early Learning Centers Deal With Virus
Coronavirus: Workers Protest Casino Reopen Plans, Election Officials Prepared With PPE
Secretary Of State Lawson Says Election Officials Have PPE, Prepared For Vote-By-Mail
Casino Workers Scared To Return Without Health Care, Safety Standards
You Asked: How Do I Get Tested For COVID-19?
Popular Indy Strawberry Festival Canceled Next Month
Pandemic Creates Uncertainty For Creative Renewal Projects
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Project Turns 10th Street Storefront Windows Into Art Installations
Coronavirus: State Teacher Union Pushes For Pay, Unemployment May Still Be Growing
New Claims Continue To Fall But Unemployment May Still Be Growing
You Asked How Faith Communities Are Preparing To Reopen. We've Got Answers.
In Rural America, Hospitals Still Fear COVID-19 Outbreaks
Community Health Reports Positive Trends
Millions Of Pigs Will Be Euthanized As Pandemic Cripples Meatpacking Plants
Marion County Announces Plans To Slowly Reopen Starting Friday
Indiana Absentee Ballot Requests 5 Times The Total In 2016
Indiana Won't Name Nursing Homes With COVID-19 Outbreaks
High-Tech Devices Help NFL Teams Keep Players Safe, In Shape
How This Nursing Aide Navigates A New Grief During COVID-19
State Emphasizes Confidentiality In Contact Tracing Process
Utilities Seek COVID-19 Relief, Could Result In Higher Energy Bills
First Step In Indiana's COVID-19 Job Recovery Plan: Offer Workers Retraining Grants
Local Artists Painting Portraits Of Those Lost To COVID-19
Survey Sees Farmer Sentiment Drops Further As COVID-19 Concerns On Profitability Rise
Coronavirus: Workforce Department Clarifies Benefits, Schools Grapple With Title IX
COVID-19 Is Triggering Mental Health Crisis, Experts Say
Concerns About Health Not Enough To Keep Benefits If Called Back To Work
Indianapolis Airport Expects Long Drop In Passenger Flights
Indiana Voters Shifting To Mail-In Ballots For Primary
Indiana Officials Say Most Businesses Abiding Reopening Plan
Pandemic Spurs Indiana YMCA Camp To Cancel All Summer Camps
Hunger Nonprofit Seeks Donations For Meat Processing Costs
Coronavirus: Revenue Nearly $1 Billion Below Forecast, Schools React To CARES Act Guidance
When Inmates Get COVID-19, Families Are Kept In The Dark
State Revenue Nearly $1 Billion Below Forecast Due To Delayed Tax Filing, Business Closures
For This Food Supervisor, Keeping Students Fed Feels More Like 'Blessing' Than Job
New CARES Act Guidance Creates Confusion, Offers Private Schools More Emergency Funds
'Changed Behaviors' Will Be Reason State Can Stay Open, Says State Health Commissioner
Johnson County Chamber CEO Describes Local Businesses As Down But Not Out
Indiana Officials Warn Of Potential Coronavirus Flareup
Unemployment Application Numbers Fall, But Agency Still Struggles With Phone Calls
State Officials Clarify When And How Bars Can Reopen
For This Doctor, Keeping Family Safe Means Avoiding COVID-19 Patients
Demand For Energy Is Down Due To COVID-19, Utilities Rely More On Renewables
Local Creatives Dealing With Disruption In Many Aspects Of Their Lives
Coronavirus: State Launches Expanded Testing, Schools Chief Talks School Reopening
Indianapolis Leaders Clarify Local COVID-19 Restrictions As State Begins To Reopen
Indiana Senate Democrats Call For Enforcement Of Workplace Safety Guidelines
Is The Pandemic Leading To Less Pollution In Indiana? It's Hard To Say
Indiana Launching New Coronavirus Testing at 20 Sites Today
Indiana Warns About False, Misleading Virus Cleaning Claims
Prosecutor Says Office Is Following Public Safety Orders While Continuing As Many Cases As Possible
Local Organization's 'Death Cafes' Encourage Dialogue About Death And Dying
High School To Hold Graduation At Speedway
Coronavirus: State To Launch PPE Marketplace, Schools Still Wait For Answers In Reopen Plan
University Labs Help States Increase COVID-19 Testing Capacity
State To Launch PPE Marketplace For Hoosier Small Businesses
COVID-19 Positive City-County Council Member Has Been In Self-Isolation
Artist, Designer Omar Rashan Making The Most Of The Pandemic Challenges For Business, Family And Art
Indianapolis Symphony Cancels Summer Concerts Amid Pandemic
Indiana Schools Still Wait For Answers As Holcomb Begins Reopening Businesses
Notre Dame's Athletic Director Weighs In On What The Fall Sports Season May Look Like
Indiana Supreme Court To Hold May Oral Arguments Remotely
Arts Commission Announces Indiana Arts Emergency Relief Fund
Some Indiana BMV Branches Begin Visits By Appointment Only
Adult Day Program Outside the Box Pivots To Serve Clients During Pandemic