The latest update to the Indiana Department of Health’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map shows most counties in the WVPE listening area in the “orange” designation. That’s after a record number of counties statewide that were in the “red” last week. 

With the exception of LaPorte and Starke Counties, all other counties in the WVPE listening area are in the “orange” this week.


73 Of Indiana's 92 Counties "In The Red" On Latest COVID-19 Map

Jan 13, 2021
Indiana Dept. of Health

The newly released county-by-county COVID-19 map in Indiana reveals that all but 19 counties in the state are being given a red designation, which is the most serious designation available. 

In the WVPE listening area, the following counties are in red:






Among the 19 counties in orange in Indiana are St. Joseph, Starke, Pulaski and Fulton.

Indiana Dept. of Health

The Indiana Dept. of Health has released its first updated COVID-19 map of the year 2021 and it shows fewer counties "in the red." 

In the WVPE listening area, Elkhart County is no longer in the red as of today. Kosciusko County is also out of the red. 

Red counties currently in the listening area include: LaPorte, Marshall, Starke, Pulaski and LaGrange.

Last week LaGrange county was out of the red for the first time in weeks. 

Today at 2:30pm, Indiana Gov. Holcomb will hold his first COVID-19 briefing of 2021.