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All WVPE listener counties have maintained their color status from last week on Indiana’s COVID-19 tracking map, except for one. 

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Nearly all WVPE listener counties are now in the “orange” category on the state’s COVID-19 tracking map, and one has returned to the most serious “red” category.

St. Joseph, Elkhart, LaPorte and Starke counties all moved to the “orange” category this week, which indicates high spread of the virus. They join Pulaski, Marshall and Kosciusko counties, which all maintained their orange status from last week.

 

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For the first time since February, the Indiana Department of Health’s COVID-19 tracking map is showing a county in “red,” which indicates unchecked community spread of the coronavirus. That’s Posey County, in the southwestern corner of the state.

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The number of Indiana counties in more serious color categories more than doubled this week on the state’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map.

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All WVPE listener counties are in the “blue” for the second week in a row on the Indiana Department of Health’s COVID-19 tracking map.

 

However, almost three times as many counties are now in the more serious “yellow” category as compared to last week.

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The vast majority of Hoosier counties maintained their “blue” status this week on the state’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map. 

 

Blue is the least serious of the state’s four color categories, indicating low spread of the virus. 

 

All WVPE listener counties kept their blue status from last week, except for Fulton County – it remains in the “yellow” category, which indicates moderate spread of the virus.

 

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All but seven of Indiana’s 92 counties are now in the “blue” on the state’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map, including almost all counties in the WVPE listening area.

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The Indiana Department of Health's latest color-coded COVID-19 tracking map shows over 70 percent of all Hoosier counties in the least serious “blue” category.

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For the first time since the Indiana Department of Health launched its COVID-19 tracking map, St. Joseph County is in the "blue" category, which indicates the lowest spread of the coronavirus. 

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For the first time in more than two months, the Indiana Department of Health’s COVID-19 tracking map shows no counties in “orange,” which indicates high spread of the coronavirus.

In the WVPE listening area, LaPorte, Starke, Marshall, St. Joseph and Elkhart counties all maintained their “yellow” status from last week, which indicates moderate spread of the virus. 

 

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For the first time in a month and a half, no WVPE listener counties are in the “orange” on the Indiana Department of Health’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map.  

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The latest update to Indiana’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map shows more “blue” and less “orange” in the WVPE listening area this week.

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The latest update to Indiana’s COVID-19 tracking map still shows the majority of counties in Northern Indiana in the more serious “orange” and “yellow” color categories.

Four counties in the WVPE listening area are in the orange category, which indicates high spread of the virus. LaPorte, Elkhart and LaGrange counties all maintained their orange status from last week, while Starke County moved to the orange from the less serious yellow category. 

 

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The latest update to Indiana’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map shows a mix of improving and worsening conditions, locally. 

 

Three counties in the WVPE listening area are in the “orange” category, which indicates high spread of the coronavirus. Elkhart and LaPorte counties maintained their orange status from last week, while LaGrange County moved to the orange from the less-serious “yellow” category.

 

Indiana Department of Health

The latest update to the state’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map shows several counties across Northern Indiana, including Elkhart County, in the more-serious “orange” category.

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For the first time in over two months, no WVPE listener counties are in the “blue” on the state’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map.

Indiana Department of Health

The Indiana Department of Health’s color-coded COVID-19 tracking map shows fewer counties in the least serious “blue” category for the second week in a row.

All WVPE listener counties are now in the “yellow” category this week, except for LaGrange and Pulaski County. They’re still in the blue, which indicates the lowest spread of the virus.

 

Indiana Dept. of Health

Indiana's latest update to the county-by-county color-coded map is showing fewer counties in blue than lasat week. Blue is the color indicative of the least COVID-19 transmission. In the WVPE listening area, only LaGrange, Marshall and Pulaski counties are in blue this week. 

Two counties in east central Indiana are in orange. Last week only one county was in orange. 

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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:

Elkhart

LaPorte

LaGrange

Kosciusko

Marshall 

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.