June 18, 2021

Updates On COVID-19 In Indiana: 218 Cases, 2 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 June 18 at 11:50 a.m.

The Indiana Department of Health added 218 COVID-19 cases to the state's total Friday, raising it to 750,702. The cases were confirmed June 17. It also added two confirmed COVID-19 deaths, raising the state's total to 13,346. The death occurred June 15-17.

As of Friday, more than 2.75 million individuals have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and more than 2.72 million have been fully vaccinated.

The results of more than 10.7 million COVID-19 tests for more than 3.55 million unique individuals have been reported to the IDH to date. The state's 7-day positivity rate among unique individuals (as of June 11) is 6.3 percent, with a cumulative positivity rate among unique individuals at 21.1 percent.

Central Indiana Weekly Cases Per 100,000 Residents

as of June 14
Boone County 26
Hamilton County 29
Hancock County 24
Hendricks County 25
Johnson County 36
Madison County 23
Marion County 36
Morgan County 18
Shelby County 26

Find Indiana COVID-19 Testing Sites

Find a COVID-19 Vaccination Site and Register

COVID-19 Vaccinations

All Hoosiers 12 and older are now elegible to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The Indiana Department of Health expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to 12- to 15-year-olds on May 13, following a  recommendation from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Vaccination appointments can be scheduled by visiting OurShot.IN.gov, 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 to look at other sites in neighboring counties. It said appointments are being added regularly as vaccine supplies permit.

The first doses of the COVID-19 vaccines in Indiana were offered to frontline health care workers across the state as well as long-term care facility residents and staff.

The vaccines became available to the general public on Jan. 8 when registration for COVID-19 vaccination appointments opened for 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

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 epiresource@isdh.in.gov. 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.

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January 2021


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November 2020


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COVID-19 School Turmoil, Teacher Pay Face Indiana Lawmakers
COVID-19 Surge Strains Midwest Hospitals
Indiana COVID-19 Hospitalizations At New Record High
COVID-19 Liability Protections Are A Top Legislative Priority In 2021 Session
Federal Jury Trials Suspended In Indiana's Southern District
Indiana Crosses 8,000 New Cases Saturday, Marking 7th New Record Set In November
Coronavirus: Indiana Crosses 8,000 Daily Cases, Holcomb Announces New Restrictions
Holcomb's Newly Public Order Illuminates Details On Enforcement, Restrictions
Hoosier Hospitals Bear Brunt Of COVID-19 Surge: 'It's About To Become A Catastrophe'
All Marion County Schools To Go Virtual By Nov. 30, Businesses Face New Restrictions
Indiana Hospital Association Calls On Hoosiers to Help Curb Surging Rates
Amid COVID, Programs Scramble To Provide Moms With Milk, Diapers And More
No Face Mask Rule For Indiana Lawmakers Despite Virus Spread
New Restrictions To Slow Spread Of COVID-19 Means Fewer Sports Fans At School Games
Indiana Adds 51 Coronavirus Deaths As Hospitalizations Grow
Indiana Hits 6,000 New COVID-19 Cases, Sets Another Record For Hospitalizations
Holcomb Reimposes Limited COVID-19 Restrictions In Counties With Worsening Spread
Universities Look To Exit Testing As A Way To Help Curb Holiday Travel COVID-19 Spread
Indiana Reinstating Some Coronavirus Limits As Risk Spreads
Indiana Breaks 13th New COVID-19 Case High, Record Number Of Hospitalizations
Some Indiana School Districts Begin Return To E-Learning As Coronavirus Cases Increase
Eli Lilly Gets Emergency Authorization From FDA For COVID-19 Antibody Treatment
IU Experts Forecast Continuation Of Economic Recovery To Pre-Pandemic Levels In 2021
Sen. Todd Young Cancels Activities After Staffer Positive For COVID-19
Northwest Indiana Research Clinic Resumes Johnson & Johnson Trial
Monroe County Health: Mask Normalization, Communication Key To Fighting COVID
Indiana COVID-19 Hospitalizations Near 2,200, New State High
Notre Dame Mandates Virus Testing After Football Celebration
Indiana Seeks Retired Health Care Workers For COVID-19 Help
Coronavirus: Indiana Hits 200,000 Cases, Voters Disenfranchised By Late COVID-19 Diagnosis
Annual Winter Plan Activated To Help People Experiencing Homelessness
Indiana Hits 200,000 Confirmed Cases, Outpaces Increase In Testing
Indiana Reports More Than 4,000 New Cases, Sets 10th New Record Since Moving To Stage 5
Company Winding Down Ventilator Production In Kokomo
Holcomb: Big Election Victory Won't Impact COVID-19 Decision-Making
Indiana's New COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations At New Highs
Family Pleads Caution After College Student Dies Of COVID-19
Virus Cases Lead To Mistrial In Case Of Slain Indiana Girl
Some Voters Disenfranchised By Last Minute COVID-19 Diagnosis
GOP Attorney General Candidate Todd Rokita Has COVID-19
Indiana COVID-19 Hospitalizations Near 1,900, New State High
Voting Locations Implement Hand Sanitizer, Finger Sleeves To Ensure Voters Can Vote Safely
As Indiana's COVID-19 Numbers Climb, So Do Reported Cases In Schools
Indiana's COVID-19 Hospitalizations, Deaths Keep Growing
Ongoing Pandemic Worsens Schools' Substitute Teacher Woes
POET Biorefining To Update Indiana Facility To Produce Purified Alcohol For Hand Sanitizer
Sunset Falls On A Historic Season For The Drive-In
Coronavirus: Holcomb Says In-Person Voting Safe Despite Surge, State Hits 4,000 Deaths

October 2020


Holcomb Assures Hoosiers Voting In-Person Is Safe, Despite COVID-19 Surge
With 3,649 New Cases, Indiana Sets Its Eighth Single Day Record For New COVID-19 Cases
Indiana Hits 4,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths
Marion County COVID Cases On The Rise
With 3,649 New Cases, Indiana Sets Its Eighth Single Day Record For New COVID-19 Cases
Shelters Struggle to Combat Domestic Violence Spike Amid Pandemic
U.S. Government To Purchase Eli Lilly COVID-19 Antibody Drug Pending FDA Approval
Indiana Official Says COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Available As Early As November
53 Indiana Counties Labeled Higher-Risk For COVID-19 Spread
Indiana Governor Won't Back Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine
Why Distributing A COVID-19 Vaccine Is Harder Than It Sounds
How Addiction Treatment Prepared One Woman To Face The Pandemic Head On
Eli Lilly Halts Trial For COVID-19 Treatment On Hospitalized Patients
Winter Creates New Challenges To Slow COVID-19
Indiana Academy Of Pediatrics: Health Care Key To Serve Kids During COVID-19
Pandemic Highlights Need For Long-Term Care Planning
Lilly Stays Confident In Possible COVID Drug After Setback
Indiana Governor Candidates Debating As Virus Troubles Grow
Indiana's COVID-19 Hospitalizations Highest Since April
Winter Ready Restaurant Grants Open This Week
Coronavirus: Holcomb Defends Virus Response, IOSHA Issues COVID-Related LTC Citations
IOSHA Issues COVID-Related Citations To Two Nursing Homes
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Rise, Filling Indiana's ICU Beds
Indiana Reports Daily High Of Nearly 3K New COVID-19 Cases
Holcomb Defensive About COVID-19 Response As Virus Spread Worsens
State Deploys Resources To Nursing Homes As COVID-19 Cases Surge
Indiana's Rise In COVID-19 Cases Challenges Leaders Trying To Keep Schools Open
Higher-Risk Locations For COVID-19 Spread Double In Indiana
States Finalizing Plans To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine
Indiana Unemployment Rate Falls, But So Does Labor Force
Indiana Adds 48 Virus Deaths As Hospitalizations Also Grow
Indiana Clerk Refuses To Wear Mask While Administering Polls
Study: Pandemic Learning Loss 'Chilling' For Indiana, Other States
Why COVID-19 Cases Are Spiking Across The Midwest
Indiana's COVID-19 Daily Deaths Average Doubles In Month
Indiana Providing Rental Assistance During Virus Outbreak
Purdue University Head Football Coach Jeff Brohm Has Presumed Positive COVID-19 Test Results
Coronavirus: Indiana Hits 2,000 New Daily Cases, Reopens Rental Assistance Program
Indiana Reports More Than 2,000 Cases Friday, 101 Percent Increase Since Starting Stage 5
How COVID-19 May Make Mental Health Problems Worse This Winter
Governor Holcomb Tests Negative For COVID-19
Notre Dame President Ends Quarantine After COVID Diagnosis
Myers: Holcomb 'Frozen' In COVID-19 Spotlight After No Changes To Statewide Restrictions
Indiana Officials Outline Response To State's Virus Hotspots
Marion County COVID Restrictions Remain In Place
Chicago Travel Order For Indiana Begins Friday
Study Pauses Are More Common, Essential To Clinical Trials
Holcomb Won't Change Course Despite Spike In COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations
Pandemic Relief Program Offers Financial Coaching For Some Leaving Incarceration
Indiana Health Commissioner Positive For COVID-19; Governor To Be Tested
Indiana Added to Chicago Emergency Travel Order List, With Exemptions
Indiana Womens Prison Willfully Ignorant On Number Of COVID-19 Cases, Staff Say
Indiana Shatters Record For Reported COVID-19 Cases-Per-Day, As Numbers Worsen
Indiana Virus Dashboard Lacks Data From Hundreds Of Schools
Families Say Closure Of Adult Day Cares Due To COVID Has Taken A Toll
COVID-19 Slows Testing For Sexually Transmitted Infections
Eli Lilly Requests Emergency Use Authorization For Antibody Treatment
Indiana's COVID-19 Numbers Getting Worse, Holcomb Stays The Course
Indiana Attorney General Candidates Split Over Virus Powers
Lilly Seeks Emergency Use Of Its Antibody Drug For COVID-19
Purdue Researches Say Smartwatches May Help Track Pre-COVID-19 Symptoms
Funding For Indianapolis Domestic Violence Groups Is Available
Delay In Additional Federal Aid Frustrates Small Business Advocates
He's Fought COVID-19 For Months. Can He Ever Really Beat It?
Lobbying group: Two-Thirds Of Indiana's Hotels Face Closure
Health Officials Say Getting Flu Shot Even More Important This Year
Live Event Workers Rally For More Federal Relief Money
Coronavirus: School COVID Dashboard Public, State Must Count Ballots Postmarked Nov. 3
Notre Dame's President Tests Positive For Coronavirus
Indiana City Considering Cameras To Help In Contact Tracing
Former Staff Say Turnover At Indiana Women's Prison Is Self-Inflicted
Indiana's School COVID-19 Data Dashboard Is Public. Here's What You Need To Know
Fort Wayne Water Utility To End Shutoffs Moratorium Monday
Indiana Details COVID-19 Cases In Schools With New Dashboard



September 2020


Holcomb Not Rethinking Lifted Restrictions As COVID-19 Data Trends In Wrong Direction
Indiana Women's Prison Locked Down Following New COVID-19 Cases
Grocery Union Continues Fight For Hazard Pay at Kroger Stores
Indiana Increased Public Pension Assets Despite Pandemic
New App Lets Users Track Mask Usage
Purdue Suspends 14 Students For Violating Protect Purdue Pledge At Weekend Party
Coronavirus: Indiana Moves To Stage 5, Statewide Tracking Study To Begin Third Phase
Marion County Eases Some Restrictions, But Won't Join State At Stage 5
Indiana Lifts Capacity Restrictions In Stage 5, But Restaurants Still Face Limitations
As Schools Re-Evaluate, Teachers Say Remote Learning Is Burning Out Staff And Students
Indiana Officials Share First Look At School COVID-19 Case Dashboard
Concerned Over COVID-19 Data, Some Crunch Their Own Numbers
Statewide COVID-19 Testing Set To Begin Third Phase, Include Children
Indiana Chief Justice Recovering From COVID-19 Illness
Gov. Eric Holcomb Lifts Almost All COVID-19 Restrictions
Indiana Expands Small Business COVID-19 Relief Program
Holcomb Keeps Mask Order, Drops Other Virus Limits
Mask Discontent Could Snarl Indiana Governor's Reelection
Lawyer For Death Row Inmate Requesting Stay Over COVID-19 Concerns
For COVID-19 Patients, Recovery Often Takes Months
Ball State Spring Classes To Begin Jan. 19; No Spring Break Scheduled
Coronavirus: AG Candidates Weigh In On Vote-By-Mail, DWD Requests Unemployment Loan
GOP Council Members Call For End To Marion County's Mask Mandate
DWD Puts In Request For Federal Unemployment Loan
Indiana Needs Food Bank Volunteers As National Guard Deployment Ends
Study Emphasizes COVID-19 Effects Worsened by Obesity Rates
 Advocates Worry Contract Tracing Leaves Black, Latinx Communities Behind
Eli Lilly Trials See Fewer COVID-19 Hospitalizations With Antibody Drug
2 Indiana College Counties Listed As Moderate Virus Risk
Big Ten's Cardiac Registry Aims To Study Effects Of COVID-19
Local Theater Founder Bryan Fonseca Dies From COVID-19 Complications
Infection Rates Soar In College Towns As Students Return
Indianapolis Appropriates Final CARES Act Funds
COVID-19 And Other Health Issues Influenced By Where You Live, Experts Say
Indianapolis VA Hospital Failed To Keep Workers Safe From COVID-19 Says OSHA
State Health Commissioner: Halloween Can Be Safe With Precautions
2 Dead Of Virus At US Prison Where Executions Are Scheduled
Study Hints Antibody Drug May Cut COVID-19 Hospitalizations
Big Ten Changes Course, Will Play Fall Football After All
IPS Reopen Plan: PreK-5 Full-Time In Class, Grades 6-12 Hybrid Schedule
State Paralyzed Over Conflicting COVID-19 Relief Funding Guidance
Working Parents And Closed Schools: The Childcare Struggle During COVID-19
As Schools Reopen Amid COVID-19, Teachers Worry About Their Mental Health
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun Won't Support Help For Indiana State Budget
State Health Officials Urge Flu Shots to Help Hospitals With Pandemic
Indiana Developing Virus Vaccine Eligibility Criteria
Eli Lilly Says Anti-Inflammatory Drug May Shorten COVID-19 Recovery Time
Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush Tests Positive For COVID-19
Teacher Departures Leave Schools Scrambling For Substitutes
Coronavirus: Extra $300 Benefits To Begin, Substitute Shortage May Push Students Online
As COVID Spikes In Indiana Prison, Inmates And Families Report Lax Protocols
Schools That Are Mostly Black, Latino Favor Starting Online
IU Health Expert Warns School COVID-19 Case Data Is Undermined By Testing Gaps
Ball State Postpones All 2020 Graduation Ceremonies
Extra $300 Unemployment Benefit Will Be Capped At Six Weeks
IU Health Donates $500K To Support Communities Addressing Coronavirus Pandemic
FFA Donates To Local Hospitality Relief Fund
95 New COVID-19 Testing Sites Opening Around Indiana By Oct. 1
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