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With October’s numbers now in, the RV industry has set a new annual record for the most vehicles shipped in one year.


According to a new RV Industry Association report, manufacturers shipped 57,971 units this October. That’s 22.5 percent higher than October 2020 and the highest production total of any past month.


In a news release, RV Industry Association President and CEO Craig Kirby said October capped off “12-straight months” of record shipments.


(Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

The Indiana State Department of Health reported 277 additional confirmed deaths over the last week, bringing the state’s total to 4,660 – the largest reported in a single week since early May. 


NEW (Nov. 10):

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State health officials say Indiana is continuing its record-setting increases in COVID-19 hospitalizations and new infections, with the state once again surpassing 4,000 new cases. The Indiana State Department of Health also reported Tuesday 63 newly recorded COVID-19 deaths, raising Indiana's pandemic death toll to 4,731, including confirmed and presumed coronavirus infections. Indiana's 4,879 new COVID-19 infections reported Tuesday by the state agency are the state's second-highest daily count of new cases and mark the sixth straight day Indiana has reported more than 4,000 cases. Indiana's seven-day rolling average for newly confirmed cases also rose to 4,490, its highest level of the pandemic.


Based on newly released data from the Indiana State Dept. of Health, LaPorte County saw its highest number of new daily COVID-19 cases yesterday. 74 new cases were reported on Oct. 29. That surpasses the county's previous daily high for new cases that was recorded in mid-April in association with an outbreak of the virus at the Westville Correctional Facility. LaPorte County is currently in the "orange" category on the state's COVID-19 map, indicating there is medium to high community spread going on. 

Indiana's COVID-19 Hospitalizations Highest Since April

Oct 25, 2020



The latest data reported by the Indiana State Dept. of Health indicates the state has hit another new daily high in cases of COVID-19. On Oct. 21st 2,880 new cases were reported. Since Oct. 15th the state has recorded three new record highs in daily cases in the span of just six days. 

That is the highest level the state has seen during the pandemic. Indiana’s 42 newly recorded COVID-19 deaths raises the state’s pandemic death toll to 4,065, including confirmed and presumed coronavirus infections.