March 25, 2022

Updates on COVID-19 in Indiana: 228 cases, 16 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 IDOH updates. Last update was March 25 at 3 p.m.

The Indiana Department of Health added 228 COVID-19 cases to the state's total Friday, bringing it to 1,690,144. The cases were confirmed between March 22, 2021 and March 24, 2022. It also added 16 confirmed COVID-19 deaths, raising the state's total to 22,438. The deaths occurred between Jan. 20 and March 23.

As of Friday, more than 3.76 million individuals had received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and more than 3.69 million were fully vaccinated. More than 1.73 million booster doses had been administered.

The results of 19.35 million COVID-19 tests have been reported to the IDOH to date. The state's 7-day positivity rate among all tests (as of March 17) is 2.1 percent.

Central Indiana Weekly Cases Per 100,000 Residents

as of March 21
Boone County 29
Hamilton County 26
Hancock County 23
Hendricks County 9
Johnson County 13
Madison County 20
Marion County 14
Morgan County 11
Shelby County 13

Find Indiana COVID-19 Testing Sites

Find a COVID-19 Vaccination Site and Register

COVID-19 Vaccinations

All Hoosiers 5 and older are now elegible to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The Indiana Department of Health expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to children 5 to 11 years old on Nov. 3, following a  recommendation from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Eligibility was opened to 12- to 15-year-olds on May 13.

READ MORE: Coronavirus FAQ: It's cold and flu season — and COVID season! How do I stay unsick?

Vaccination 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 IDOH 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 in December 2020 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 Is Indiana Distributing The COVID-19 Vaccines? Here's What You Need To Know

Health officials encourage anyone with symptoms to call the IDOH 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.


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Health Officials Outline Future Consequences For Indiana Vaccine Hesitancy
IDOH Asks State Vaccine Clinics To Accept Walk-In Appointments As Demand Drops
Indiana COVID-19 Hospitalizations Highest Since Mid-February
Indiana Uses Emergency Alert System For Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
Slipping COVID-19 Treatment Demand Hits Eli Lilly Forecast
COVID Community Grants Application Deadline Approaches
Third of Hoosiers 16 and older fully vaccinated for COVID-19
Indiana Lifts Pause On Johnson & Johnson Vaccines Follows FDA, CDC
Searching For Footing In A Life Nearly Extinguished By COVID
Indiana Lawmakers Enact COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Ban At 2021 Session's Close
Marion County Officials Provide COVID-19 Update Post NCAA Tournament
Indiana Bill Approved To Ban Government Vaccine Passports
Local Health Officials Hands Bound By State Lawmakers Reacting To COVID-19 Pandemic
Indianapolis 500 To Allow 40 Percent Capacity, Highest-Attended U.S. Sporting Event In A Year
Lawmakers Reach Deal Giving Local Officials Say Over Health Orders
Northern Indiana Amish See Hurdles Getting COVID-19 Vaccines
Indiana Expanding Medicaid Coverage To New Mothers 12 Months Postpartum
Anxiety is Expected as Life Starts to Return to Normal From Pandemic
Northern Indiana Amish See Hurdles Getting COVID-19 Vaccines
Coronavirus: Indiana Pauses Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Legislature Overrides Veto
Some Counties, Municipalities Stitch Together Mask Orders After Statewide Lift
'Pause' on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Reverberates In Local Clinics
Marion County Public Health Department Opens New COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic On Eastside
Indiana Presses Pause On Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Works To Supply Vaccine Sites
COVID-19 Cases Are Rising Despite Vaccines. Experts Say It's A Race Against Variants
Indiana Surpasses 700,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, Reports Recent Increase
Indiana Health Officials Halting Use Of J&J vaccine
What's It Been Like To Be A Teacher During A Year Of COVID-19?
House Debates, But Vote Blocked On COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Ban
Despite Online Learning Challenges, Families Find Some Value In A Year At Home
Indiana COVID-19 Hospitalizations, Infections Creeping Up
Coronavirus: Statewide Mask Order Lifts, Holcomb Vetoes Emergency Powers Bill
One Year Later, Family Of Southern Indiana's First COVID-19 Case Reflects On His Life
Calls To Indiana Child Abuse Hotline Down During Pandemic
As COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expands, Some Say They Don't Want The Shot
Notre Dame Will Require Students Have COVID-19 Vaccine
Nearly Quarter Of Hoosiers 16 And Up Vaccinated For COVID-19
Marion County Focuses On Vaccinations
House-Approved Bill Would Restrict Local Health Officials During Emergency
Indiana Gets $61M To Boost COVID-19 Vaccine Among Minorities
Hotels Look To The Future As March Madness Comes To An End
Butler Hosting Vaccination Clinic for Students This Week
Coronavirus: Holcomb To Veto Bill On Emergency Powers, Vaccines Open To All 16+
For Non-English Speakers, Getting Vaccine Information Is A Challenge
Most Schools Aren't Likely To Require Staff To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine. Here's Why
Ball State Still Requiring Face Masks After State Mandate Ends

March 2021

Holcomb Still Dropping COVID-19 Restrictions As Virus's Spread Worsens
Hoosiers Age 16 And Older Now Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine
Holcomb To Veto Bill Allowing Lawmakers To Call Special Session During Emergency
Indiana Helping Big Businesses, Colleges Set Up COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
Survey Finds Hoosier Small Businesses Experiencing Economic Improvements
500 Festival Parade Won't Happen In Its Traditional Form This May
Black Americans Face Widening Life Expectancy Gap, Biggest Since 1998
State To Open Mass Vaccination Site In Gary, Mobile Clinics Throughout Northern Indiana
Indiana Opens Vaccine Eligibility To Hoosiers 30+, Ahead Of Final Expansion March 31
Notre Dame Announces Plan To Vaccinate All Students In April
Indianapolis To Receive Federal Stimulus Funding
Indiana Court Allows Seizure Of Federal Relief Payments
Mass Vaccine Clinics Return To Indianapolis Motor Speedway In April
Indianapolis To Receive Federal Stimulus Funding
Essential Worker, Butcher Juan Ruffin Reflects On One Year Of COVID-19
Indiana's Pandemic Death Toll Tops 13K With 20 More Deaths
Vaccine Effort Focuses On Native Groups In Indiana
Subaru's Lafayette Plant Begins Vaccinating Workers
Indiana Surpasses 1 Million Fully Vaccinated, Three Months Into State Rollout
Marion County Will Continue COVID-19 Restrictions
Domestic Violence Against Black Women Rising During Pandemic
Indiana Officials Defend Decision To End All COVID-19 Restrictions
Essential Worker, Janitor Dennis Osborn Reflects On One Year Of COVID-19
Hoosiers Likely Face Longer Waits For COVID-19 Vaccine When Eligibility Opens To All
COVID Impacts Available Marion County Jurors
Indiana's COVID-19 Restrictions To End April 6; Vaccines Open To All March 31
Vigil At Statehouse Highlights Issues Exacerbated By COVID-19
How Will Indiana Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines? Here's What You Need To Know
Report Examines Indiana Agriculture Supply Chain Issues During The Pandemic
One Year Of COVID-19 In Indiana
How Will Indiana Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines? Here's What You Need To Know
Reflections: How This Nurse Found Strength During COVID
COVID Impacts Available Marion County Jurors
COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Open To Hoosiers 40 And Older Monday
Spanish Language Hotline Will Be Available To Assist With COVID Vaccine
Coronavirus: Indiana Opening Vaccines To Hoosiers 40+, Will Soon Receive More Doses
The Latest Federal COVID-19 Relief Bill Means Nearly $2 Billion For Hoosier Schools
Senate Committee Considers Specific COVID-19 Liability Protections For Medical Providers
More Than 900K Hoosiers Now Fully Vaccinated For COVID-19
'We're Very Grateful': For Some Farmworkers, U.S. Work Visas Provide Opportunity For Vaccination
Lawmakers Back Off Proposed Restrictions On Governor's Emergency Powers
Indiana Hospitality Leaders Optimistic Over Recovery For Hotels, Restaurants
Indiana Bus Driver, Instacart Shopper Reflects On Working Through A Pandemic
GOP Attorneys General Question Stimulus Barring Tax Cuts
Indiana General Assembly Approves Virtual School Funding Bill, Sends To Holcomb
Six March Madness Referees Removed Before First Games After One Positive COVID-19 Test
Vaccine Registration Is Now Available To Hoosiers 45 And Older
Reflections: Doctor On Life And Death With COVID
Reflections: How COVID Took A Toll On Nurse And Her Family
Teachers Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine At State Sites, Indiana Adds New Comorbidity Eligibility
Report Shows Pandemic Challenges Disproportionately Affected LGBTQ+ Community
Coronavirus: Indiana Reopens Rental Help Program, Expands Comorbidity Eligibility
Grants Awarded To Animal Welfare Organizations
Teachers Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine At State Sites, Indiana Adds New Comorbidity Eligibility
Reflections: Adapting To Address Food Insecurity
Indiana Expanding COVID-19 Vaccinations To Teachers
Carbon Emissions Went Back Up As COVID-19 Restrictions Lifted
Happy To Be Alive After COVID Double-Lung Transplant
Appointments Filled At 2 Upcoming Indiana Mass Vaccine Sites
Reflections: A Timeline Of The COVID-19 Pandemic In Indiana
Reflections: How A Year Of COVID-19 Affected America
Indianapolis Public Schools Returning To In-Person Learning
Coronavirus: Indiana Hits 1M Initial Vaccine Doses, State Expands Eligibility To Hoosiers 50+
Mass Vaccination Site Opens At Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Holcomb Vaccinated
Weeks Into Vaccine Rollout, Some Worry About Being Left Behind
Indiana's Child Care Workers Face Low Pay, Thin Margins - And The Pandemic Made It Worse
Lawmakers Debate Guidelines For Small Business Recovery Money
City Leaders Get COVID-19 Vaccine
Indiana Teachers Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine At Kroger, Meijer, Walmart
Indiana Opens Vaccine Registration To Hoosiers 50 And Older, Second Expansion This Week
After Pandemic Shrunk Daycare Enrollment, Indiana Providers Try To Recover
Indianapolis Urban League, Walmart Partner To Offer COVID-19 Vaccinations
How Will Indiana Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines? Here's What You Need To Know
School Staff Have Limited Support As Mental Health Concerns Mount From Pandemic Stress
New Program Aims To Recruit COVID Ambassadors
Indiana Opens Registration To Hoosiers 55 And Older, Announces Mass Vaccination Sites
1 Million Hoosiers Have Received At Least One Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine
Coronavirus: Indiana Expands Eligibility To Hoosiers 60+, State Cracks Down On Waitlists


February 2021

CDC Launches Web Tool To Help Americans Find COVID-19 Vaccines
Marion County Eases Bar And Restaurant Restrictions
State Officials Remain Optimistic Indiana Can Safely Host March Madness With Fans
Holcomb Extends COVID-19 Emergency Through March As Numbers Improve
Indiana Cracks Down On Clinics Violating COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Guidelines
Indiana Teachers Used Waitlists To Get The COVID-19 Vaccine. Officials Shut Them Down
IU Plans In-Person Spring Commencements, For Graduates Only
Immigrant Doctors Worry About Families Back Home With Little Vaccine Access
Indiana Surpasses 12,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths, Continues Post-Holiday Slowdown
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expands To Hoosiers 60 And Older
Hospitality Industry Welcomes March Madness Attendance, Health Expert Preaches Caution
City-County Council Supports Teacher Vaccines, Adopts Money For Pandemic Response And Other Measures
Coronavirus: Winter Storms Delay Vaccine Expansion, Holcomb Signs Liability Protections
Indiana Senate Rolling Back Some COVID-19 Precautions
NCAA To Allow Some Fans At This Year's March Madness In Indiana
Trust Is Key To Combat COVID Vaccine Hesitancy, Experts Say
Governor Holcomb Signs COVID-19 Civil Liability Protections Bill Into Law
Indiana COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibilty Expansion Delayed By Winter Storms
No Indiana Counties Marked High Risk For COVID-19 Spread
Winter Weather Forces Temporary Closure Of Vaccination Sites Across State
COVID-19 Civil Liability Protections Bill On Its Way To The Governor's Desk
Federal Trials Expected To Resume In Indiana District
Residents Turn Out for Food Distribution at State Fairgrounds
Marion County COVID Updates Focus On Vaccination
Senate COVID-19 Liability Protections Passes House, House Version Still Moving Through
Indiana Officials Say Some Special Educators Can Get Their COVID-19 Vaccine Now
Rural Areas Face Challenges In COVID Vaccine Rollout
How Will Indiana Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines? Here's What You Need To Know
Once Vaccine Supply Allows It, Indiana Outlines What Next Steps Of Rollout Look Like
Study Finds Pandemic Exacerbated Indiana's Preexisting Economic Issues
Indiana Deaths Jumped By 18% During 2020 Amid Pandemic
Senate-Approved Bill Empowers Local Leaders To Overturn Health Officials' Actions
CARES 2.0: How Much New Federal Emergency Funding Is Coming To Indiana Schools
In Rural Indiana Counties, Libraries Help With Vaccine Outreach
Indianapolis Public Library Locations Set To Reopen For In-Branch Services
Coronavirus: State Opens Vaccines To Hoosiers 65+, Relaxes School Quarantine Guidelines
Fort Wayne Children's Zoo Tigers Test Positive For COVID-19
Indiana Adds 1,507 Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths After Audit, Total Surpasses 11,000
Questions About COVID Vaccines? Two Scientists Explain.
Committee Changes Bill Dealing With Governor's Emergency Powers
Lilly Partners With State, Health Systems To Create COVID-19 Treatment Sites
Indiana Will Air Super Bowl Commercial To Urge Hoosiers To Get COVID-19 Vaccine
Nursing Homes Must Allow Visitors During Lockdown Under Senate Bill
House Passes Bill To Provide Additional Aid To Small Businesses, Goes To Senate
Indiana Virtual School Funding Fix Legislation Takes Next Step With House, Senate Approval
Indiana House Member Returns From COVID-19 Hospitalization
How Will Indiana Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines? Here's What You Need To Know
Hoosiers 65 And Over Now Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine
Some Grocery Stores Continue To Ban Reusable Bags, Despite Low Risk Of COVID-19 Spread
Coronavirus: Indiana To Receive More Vaccine Doses, Holcomb Relaxes Restrictions


January 2021

COVID Forces Artist With Disability To Pause Teaching
Lilly 4Q Profit Surges, Helped By New COVID-19 Treatment
New State, Federal Policies Could Alleviate COVID-19 Stress On Latinx Communities
Feds Withheld Info On Virus Cases Following Executions
Survey: Parents and Teachers Grapple with In-Person Learning
Virtual School Advocates Seize Opportunity To Voice Funding Frustrations, Parent Sues SBOE
Woman With Disability Adjusts After COVID-19 Interrupts Work
Gov. Holcomb Relaxing Coronavirus Limits On Crowd Sizes
Holcomb Relaxes Restrictions As COVID-19 Numbers Improve
More Vaccine Expected, But Indiana Not Advancing Distribution To More Age Groups
Will COVID Spark A New Round Of Festival Cancellations?
Indiana Tracking Map Lowers COVID-19 Risk For Many Counties
Como Eliminar Las Barreras A Las Pruebas De COVID Para Trabajadores Agrcolas
Runner With Disability Gives Students Message About Inclusion
Studies Extend Hopes For Antibody Drugs Against COVID-19
Disability Amid COVID Crisis Sparks Push For New Skills
Lawmaker's Bill Would Prevent Many Future COVID-19 Restrictions
Indiana House Version Of COVID-19 Liability Bill Passed By Committee
Fishers Opens Mass Vaccination Site
Coronavirus: Indiana Starts 2021 With COVID-19 Improvements, But Vaccine Rollout Slows
Under Strain Of Pandemic, Some Child Care Providers May Face Permanent Closure
School Police Can Sign Up For The COVID-19 Vaccine Right Now. Teachers Still Can't
Vaccine Rollout Slows In Indiana After Trump Administration National Stockpile Failure
Indiana Sees Slow Down In COVID-19 Cases, Testing As It Surpasses 600,000
Thawed Vaccine Leads Johnson County To Offer Shot To Public
Lilly: Drug Can Prevent COVID-19 Illness In Nursing Homes
Indiana Starts 2021 With Decreases In COVID-19 Cases, Death Trends
Amid COVID-19, Public Health Workers Face Intense Pressure And Backlash
Indiana Crosses 9,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths, Sees Slight Slow Down In Pace
IDOE Under Federal Investigation For Pandemic Special Education Service Complaints
Telemedicine Sounds Great, But There Are Barriers, Too
Black Families More Likely To Lack Housing Amid Pandemic
Agencies Working To Get COVID-19 Vaccine To Homebound Seniors
Talk To Children About Mental Health And Suicide, Experts Say
Legislative Leaders Say They'll Address Enforcement Of Mask-Wearing At Statehouse
Officials Defend Vaccine Rollout After Opening To Hoosiers 70+: 'Our System Is Working'
Indiana Bill Seeks To Let Workers Opt Out Of Employer-Mandated Vaccines
How Will Indiana Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines? Here's What You Need To Know
Health Officials Identify United Kingdom COVID-19 Strain In Indiana
Officials: More Contagious Virus Variant Found In Indiana
Coronavirus: Vaccine Registration Begins For Hoosiers 80+, Indiana To Host March Madness
State Vaccination Registration Experiences Slowdowns Due To High Traffic
Chicago Mural Honors COVID's Essential Workers
'It Gives You Some Hope': How Schools Are Planning For Teacher COVID-19 Vaccinations
Marion County Remains At Yellow COVID-19 Advisory Level, Schools Get Risk Calculation Tool