Indiana Sees New Virus Cases Drop, Fewest Patients In Months

Jan 25, 2021

Data from the Indiana Dept. of Health COVID-19 Dashboard on Jan. 25, 2021
Credit https://www.coronavirus.in.gov/

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana health officials are reporting fewer new coronavirus cases and the lowest number of related hospitalizations since early November as the state’s downward trend that began late last year continued. The Indiana State Department of Health said Monday an additional 2,210 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19, down from the 2,565 new cases reported Sunday. Another 12 people have died from COVID-19, raising Indiana’s pandemic toll to 9,728, including both confirmed and presumed infections. Indiana's online dashboard shows that 2,045 Indiana residents were hospitalized with COVID-19 on Sunday. That’s the fewest since Nov. 6, when the state had just nine fewer patients hospitalized with COVID-19.