NEW: Indiana COVID-19 County-By-County Map Shows Continued Improvement

Feb 3, 2021

The newly released map showing color coded county designations on the Indiana COVID-19 dashboard.
Credit Indiana Dept. of Health

The latest updated county-by-county COVID-19 color coded map released by the Indiana Dept. of Health shows continued improvement. 

Statewide only four counties remain in red, the most serious designation. 

In the WVPE listening area, the following counties are in yellow: Elkhart, St. Joseph, Kosciusko, Starke and Pulaski

The following counties are in orange in our area: LaPorte, LaGrange, Marshall and Fulton

 The state Department of Health’s weekly tracking map updated Wednesday labels four rural counties in the highest-risk red categories. That is down from 73 counties in that category three weeks ago.  Indiana this week surpassed 10,000 coronavirus-related deaths since March, with the past three months being the state’s deadliest even as hospitalizations and deaths have declined since early December.