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Updates On COVID-19 In Indiana: Health Department Adds 1,051 Cases, 6 Deaths To State's Totals

Updates On COVID-19 In Indiana: Health Department Adds 1,051 Cases, 6 Deaths To State's Totals

Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Case Count Will Update With ISDH Updates. Last Update Was Aug. 6 at 11:53 a.m.

The Indiana State Department of Health added 1,051 confirmed COVID-19 cases to the state's total Thursday, raising it to 71,015. The new cases were confirmed between July 29 and Aug. 5.  It also added six COVID-19 deaths to the state's total bringing it to 2,811. The deaths occurred between July 28 and Aug. 5.

As of Thursday the results of 1,004,353 COVID-19 tests for 804,345 individuals had been reported to the ISDH, with just under 9 percent returning positive for the disease. The state's 7-day positivity rate (for July 24-30) is just under 7.5 percent.

Central Indiana 7-day Positivity Rates

(As of July 30)
Boone County 7.8%
Hamilton County 6.9%
Hancock County 5.3%
Hendricks County 9.1%
Johnson County 5.6%
Madison County 7.2%
Marion County 9.4%
Morgan County 4.9%
Shelby County 6.1%

Testing Sites Open

This week the ISDH will offer free testing from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Brown, Elkhart, Jasper, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Lake, Marshall, Perry, Spencer, Switzerland, Tippecanoe and Wells counties. 

Find Indiana COVID-19 Testing Sites

Statewide Mask Requirement

Gov. Eric Holcomb's executive order requiring Hoosiers to wear masks in public took effect July 27. Face coverings are now required for anyone 8-years old or older in the following places:

  • 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.

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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Indiana Restaurants Estimated To Lose Nearly $1 Billion In April Sales
Children's Commission Discusses Changes And Limitations
Coronavirus: House Dems Ask For Workforce Protection, E-Learning Likely Through Summer
Health Commissioner Box Won't Give Nursing Home Outbreak Specifics
McCormick: Schools Challenged By E-Learning, Will Likely Stay Remote Through Summer
Indiana House Dems Ask Governor For Better Safety Enforcement For Essential Workers
Rural Health Clinics Cut Staff, Services Amid COVID-19 Outbreak
A Lost Season? Minor League Teams, Players Face Bleak Future
Purdue University's Black Cultural Center Broadening Outreach Virtually
Virus Ruining Hopes Of Great Year For Pork Farmers
Coronavirus Causes Major Adjustments For Injury Rehab
Student-Run Purdue Farm Raising Produce For Food Banks
'Artivist' Quiana Quarles Talks About Her Message -- In Art And Action --  Amid The Pandemic
Health Workers Face Tough Parenting Choices Due To COVID-19
What Happens When Utility Shut-Offs Resume? Let's Discuss It, Consumer Advocates Say
Coronavirus: Holcomb To Extend 'Stay-At-Home,' Protesters Push To Reopen Economy
Hundreds Protest 'Stay-At-Home' Order Outside Governor's Mansion
Holcomb To Extend 'Stay-At-Home' Order, Elaborates On Reopening Economy
Why March's Unemployment Rate Didn't Capture COVID-19
After Getting COVID, Med Student Looks Forward To Treating Patients
GOP Election Commission Members Reject Some Primary Voting Changes
Indiana Banks Urge Congress To Pass New Funding For Small Businesses
Indy Parks Announces New Restrictions
Indy Convergence Program Hopes To Help People Make Their Way Through COVID-19 Crisis
Valparaiso U Lays Off 200, Cuts Pay Of Others Over Virus
Coronavirus: Indiana Partners With Midwest On Reopening, Clean Energy Jobs Lost To Virus
Recovery Resources Adapt To COVID-19 Social Distancing, 'Stay-At-Home' Orders
Unemployment Insurance Dates Announced For Self-Employed Workers
Mind Over Pandemic: How Mental Health Professionals Are Adapting Amid Crisis
Coronavirus: Unemployment Benefits Extension Weeks Away, Positive Signs On Surge
Why This City Gives COVID Tests To All Workers Dealing With Public
'A Pretty Incredible Woman': The First Hoosier To Die Of Coronavirus, Remembered
Hoosiers Can Get 13 Extra Weeks Of Unemployment Benefits, But There's A Wait
As Schools Move Online, So Do Security Threats. Here's What Experts Say You Can Do
High School Student Shares Her Perspective On The Public Health Crisis
Coalition: Halt Southern Indiana Highway Project During COVID-19
Indiana Order Blocks Local Bans On Virus Patient Moves
Study: People With Less Trust In Others More Likely To Experience Depression In COVID-19 Pandemic
Coronavirus: State Reports First Prison COVID Death, Indiana Black Caucus Offers Proposals
Federal COVID-19 Relief Money Slowly On Its Way To Businesses, Individuals
COVID-19 Closures Could Make Water Unsafe In Offices, Schools
COVID-19 Amplifies Health Inequities For Black Residents
Carmel Mayor Strongly Urges All to  Wear Face Coverings in Public
Fishers Arts Council Launches Series On Business, Professional Skills
Anila Agha Talks About Adjusting To New Normals In Life And Art
Coronavirus: Indianas Surge May Not Be As Bad As Feared, Small Business Optimism Tanks
Projected COVID-19 Surge In Indiana Not As Bad As Previously Feared
City-County Council Tackles COVID-19 Related Issues
Preventing And Treating COVID-19 Among Those Experiencing Homelessness
Looking For Ways To Help During The COVID-19 Crisis? Here's How
Efforts To Reduce Violence Change Amid Pandemic
CIB, Visit Indy Cut Pay To Cope With Pandemic Loss
Indiana Correction Officials Outline COVID-19 Precautions
Indiana Small Business Owners' Optimism Drops During COVID-19 Pandemic
Trustees Give IU Their OK To Borrow Up To $1B Amid Pandemic
Winnebago Plans To Begin Reopening Indiana RV Plants In May
Coronavirus: Indiana Releases Race Data, Holcomb Signs Order For Teacher Evaluations
IU Health Asking COVID-19 Survivors To Donate Plasma
Gambling Revenue Plummets In March Due To Virus Restrictions
Indiana Releases Data For Race, Ethnicity In COVID-19 Cases, Deaths
Inmates, Relatives Say Indiana Prisons Lack COVID-19 Safeguards
Gov. Holcomb Signs New Order For Teacher Evaluations, Student Teachers
You Asked About Filing For Unemployment Insurance In Indiana. We'll Walk You Through It
Anderson Facility Has 24 COVID-19 Deaths; State Toll 300
You Asked: Why Is COVID-19 Hitting African-Americans So Hard?
Indianapolis Fabric Artist Shifts To Sewing Essential Surgical Gowns
For Indy Nonprofit Arts For Learning, COVID-19 Closures Are Double Whammy
Indiana's COVID-19 Deaths Rise By 55 To 300 Amid Pandemic
Map: Here's Where Marion County Students Can Get Free Meals
Coronavirus: Indiana Unemployment Surges Again, Holcomb Urges Safe Church Services
Holcomb Advises Churches On Safe Services During COVID-19 Pandemic
State Supreme Court Rejects ACLU's Petition To Release Inmates At Risk For COVID-19
42 More COVID-19 Deaths In Indiana, Death Toll Rises To 245
Rural Indiana Virus Worry: What More Could I Have Done?'
How Nursing Homes, Senior Living Centers Battle COVID-19
Relief Fund Created For Indianapolis 'Gig' Musicians
Theater Teacher Adjusts Curriculum To Help Students Process Disruption And Fear
For Newfields, COVID-19 Meant Closing Its Art Museum And Outdoor Spaces
Indiana Lags In COVID-19 Testing; State Officials Offer Few Clues As To Why
5 Things To Know About Indianapolis Public Schools' Home Learning Plan
$2.6M Fund Will Support E-Learning For Indianapolis Schools, Families
Marion County Emergency Operations Center Opens Temporary Morgue Overflow Facility
Young, FCC Commissioner Discuss Expanded Telehealth In Federal Relief Package
Indiana's COVID-19 Death Toll Rises To 203
More People Test Positive For COVID-19 In Indiana Prisons
How To Stay Safe From COVID-19 While Grocery Shopping
Child Abuse, Neglect Cases Expected To Increase Amid Pandemic
Farmer Sentiment Barometer Records Largest Monthly Drop With Coronavirus Concerns
US To Buy 30,000 Ventilators From General Motors
Indiana State Parks See More People, Officials Encourage Social Distancing While Using Trails
Notre Dame Donating 3-D Printed Face Shields
Economic Relief Fund Announces Second Round Of Grants
Six People Test Positive For COVID-19 In Indiana Prisons
Eli Lilly Caps Insulin At $35 In Response To COVID-19 Crisis
34 More COVID-19 Deaths In Indiana, Death Toll Rises To 173
Could Indiana's Unemployment Benefits System Have Been Better Prepared For COVID-19?
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Furloughs Musicians, Cuts Administrative Staff
To Promote Home-Learning During COVID-19, Indiana Taps Old-School Tech: Public Television
Rural Hospitals Face Additional Challenges In Fight Against Coronavirus
Indiana Repertory Theatre Sues Insurer Over COVID-19 Losses
11 Virus Deaths At One Central Indiana Nursing Home
City-County Council Adopts Hogsett's Emergency Orders
Holcomb Tweaks, Extends 'Stay-At-Home' Order Through April 20
DWD Says Still No Timeline For Self-Employed Workers To Get Benefits
State Hasn't Yet Created Online Vote-By-Mail Application Process
Coronavirus: 'Stay-At-Home' Order Extended, No Timeline For Self-Employed Benefits
As COVID-19 Spreads, It's Time To Discuss End Of Life Plan
How Interpreters Are Essential To Flattening The Curve
Cummins Shuts Down Southern Indiana Plants, Cuts Employee Salaries
SNAP Recipients To Receive Maximum Benefits
Storefront Theatre, Community Partners Experience Domino Effect Of Pandemic
As More People Rely On Technology During Coronavirus Crisis, Tech Repair Shops Remain Open
Purdue Prof Explains How Astronauts Cope With Isolation
Riley Foundation Starts Emergency Fund During Virus Pandemic
Historical Society Collecting Items To Tell Story Of Virus
Purdue Announces Remote Courses For May, June; Cancels May Events
Coronavirus: Holcomb To Extend 'Stay-At-Home' Order, Teachers React To Challenges
Auto Industry Responds To COVID-19
Holcomb To Extend 'Stay-At-Home' Order, National Guard Assesses Hospital Capacity
Where Gov. Holcomb's Emergency Powers Come From
Heartbreak and Unreliable Wi-Fi: What's On Teachers' Minds Amid COVID-19
Survey: COVID-19 Brings U.S. Communities Together
With 24 More Deaths, Indiana Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 100
State Leaders Tell Local Officials To Decide On Releasing County Jail Inmates
Indianapolis Contemporary Closes Due To Pandemic
Indiana Attorney General's Office Fielding Price Gouging Complaints
COVID-19 Testing In Central Indiana
Distilleries, Breweries Help Fill Hand Sanitizer Needs
Coronavirus: K-12 Buildings Closed For School Year, Indiana Gets 'C' In Social Distancing
Marion County Extends 'Stay-At-Home' Order To May 1, Closes Golf Courses
Indiana Gets Dozens Of Price Gouging Complaints Amid Virus
Johnson County Officials Issue 'Stay-At-Home-Order' Through May 1
Indianapolis Artist Johnny McKee Talks About The Effect Of The Outbreak On Daily LIfe
IFD Alters Policies And Procedures During COVID-19 Pandemic
Howard County Officials Roll Back Rule Barring Sales Of Non-Essential Items
Indiana Officials Confident COVID-19 Testing Is Increasing
Healthcare Workers Feeling Stress Of Coronavirus Threat
Indy Parks Addresses Issues At Parks
Federal Law Provides Workers Paid Leave Due To Virus
Indiana Organizations Receive COVID-19 Grants From Lilly Endowment
Census Day Arrives With US Almost Paralyzed By Coronavirus
Chef Ian Philliips Talks About His Decision To Temporarily Close Three Carrots
FBI Warns Of Direct Payment COVID-19 Scams
Exercise, Yoga Studios Adapt In The Age of COVID-19
Indiana Reports 16 More Coronavirus Deaths, Total Now At 65
Coronavirus: Officials Confident Testing Is Increasing, Federal Law Provides Paid Leave


March 2020

Eskenazi Prepares For Surge In Indianapolis COVID-19 Cases
Coronavirus: Holcomb Policy Unclear On Abortion, Unemployment Claims Double
Indiana Unemployment Claims More Than Double As COVID-19 Shutters Manufacturing
Here's How Federal COVID-19 Stimulus Funding Will Impact Indiana Schools
Self-Employed Hoosiers Still Waiting On Promised Unemployment Insurance
Unclear Whether Gov. Holcomb Wants Abortions Halted Under Executive Order
Kyle Long Talks About The Toll Of Losing Live Performances
St. Joseph County, Indiana Repurposing Hotels, Former Hospitals To Prepare For Surge In COVID-19
Jewish Community Center Adjusts To COVID-19 Restrictions With Virtual Experiences
More Indianapolis Residents Are Fostering Animals
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Organizing A Virtual Great Indy Cleanup
Indiana Pet Food Pantries Facing Critical Needs During Pandemic
Indianapolis Church Turns Baseball Concession Stand Into Drive-Thru Food Pantry
Coronavirus: State Releases ICU Bed Numbers, EPA May Waive Some Pollution Penalties
Indiana Releases Specific ICU Bed, Ventilator Numbers
Some Indiana Instacart Workers Participate in National Strike, But Feel Conflicted
Indiana Finances Take A Big Blow From Coronavirus Crisis
ACLU Wants Some Inmates Released Amid COVID-19 Risks
Braun Says Indiana Well-Positioned To Respond To COVID-19 Crisis
Daycares Stepping Up To Help Essential Workers
How Hospitals Are Scrambling For Equipment As COVID-19 Cases Rise
Small Businesses Serving Arts Community Suffering, Too
Peter Dunn Talks About The Personal Finance Landscape During COVID-19
AP Interview: Roger Penske Talks Postponing Indianapolis 500
Indianapolis Light Show Aims To Spread Hope During Outbreak
Stuck At Home? A Music Shop In South Bend Is Encouraging People To Learn Piano
Food Assistance Models Have To Adapt
Senator Young Says Cash On The Way To Hoosiers, Small Business Owners
Pandemic Fallout: NCAA Slashes Distribution By $375 Million
Fort Wayne Jail Releases 25 Inmates Early Amid Pandemic
Self-Employed, Independent Contractors Will Soon Be Eligible For Unemployment
Holcomb Pleased With How 'Stay-At-Home' Order Is Working
Indiana Coronavirus Deaths At 17, New Cases Rise By 170
Can I Go For A Walk? Here's What A 'Stay-At-Home' Order Really Does
Indiana National Guard Coordinates With State Agencies To Distribute Medical Supplies
Vote-By-Mail-Only Primary Election A Possibility For Indiana
Local Artists Hope To Serve Public During COVID-19 Pandemic
Indy 500 Rescheduled To Aug. 23 In Response To The Coronavirus Pandemic
Indiana Public Access Law Provisions Suspended Due To Coronavirus
Coronavirus: Holcomb Happy With 'Stay-At-Home'; National Guard Delivers Supplies
Indiana Not Detailing ICU Capacity As Coronavirus Cases Grow
Hoosiers Make Up Almost 2% Of National Unemployment Application Record
Ball State Turns Parking Lot Into Free Community Wi-Fi Hotspot
Indianapolis Archdiocese Shuts Down Drive-Thru Confessions
Indiana's Inmates Still Eating Meals Together Amid Pandemic
South Bend Schools Use WiFi Buses to Keep Students Learning
63 Workers At Southern Indiana Hospital On Quarantine
Indianapolis 500 Postponed Until August Because Of COVID-19
Indiana Officials Considering Only Mail-In Vote For Primary
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