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Indiana Department of Health

Last week, only one WVPE listener county — LaGrange — was in the “red” category, indicating unchecked community spread of the virus, on Indiana’s COVID-19 tracking map. But this week, LaGrange has been joined in the “red” once again by Fulton and Starke counties.

Indiana Department of Health

Last week, four WVPE listener counties were in the “red” category on Indiana’s COVID-19 tracking map, which indicates unchecked community spread of the virus. But this week, only LaGrange County is still in the “red.”

Indiana Department of Health

Four WVPE listener counties are now in the “red” category on Indiana’s COVID-19 tracking map, with Starke and Pulaski joining Fulton and LaGrange in that category, which indicates unchecked community spread of the virus, this week.

Indiana Department of Health

Almost all WVPE listener counties have maintained their color status from last week on Indiana’s COVID-19 tracking map. But LaGrange County has joined Fulton County in the “red,” indicating unchecked community spread of the virus.

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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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All WVPE listener counties have maintained their color status from last week on the state’s COVID-19 tracking map, but most are “orange,” indicating high spread of the virus.

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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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According to the state’s COVID-19 tracking map, Fulton, Pulaski, Marshall and Kosciusko counties are now in the more serious “orange” category, which indicates high spread of the virus.

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For the first time since February, there are no Indiana counties in the “blue” category — indicating low spread of the virus — on the state’s COVID-19 tracking map. Almost all WVPE listener counties remained in the “yellow” category, indicating moderate spread of the virus, but Fulton County has moved to the more serious “orange” category, which indicates high spread.

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For the first time since April, all WVPE listener counties are back in the “yellow” category, indicating moderate spread of the virus, on the state’s COVID-19 tracking map. Last week, St. Joseph, Marshall and Starke counties were still in the “blue” category, indicating low spread of the virus.

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

Feb 3, 2021
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

Indiana Dept. of Health

Big changes are depicted from the previous week with the latest release of the Indiana Dept. of Health's COVID-19 county-by-county map. 

Only five Hoosier counties are in red, the lowest number in that designation since November. Two counties in the WVPE listening area are in yellow. Elkhart and Marshall counties both now have the most improved designation in our area. 

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. 

ISDH

Indiana's COVID-19 color-coded county-by-county map was updated today and the amount of red increased dramatically. A "red" designation means that a county is at the highest level of community spread for the coronavirus. As of the latest map,  with the exception of St. Joseph, LaGrange and Fulton counties, virtually all other Indiana counties in the WVPE listening area are in the red. LaGrange had been in the red for weeks and is now out of that designation as of today. 

ISDH

The Indiana State Dept. of Health has updated its county-by-county COVID-19 map and it shows that Elkhart, LaGrange and Pulaski counties are in red. The red designation is the most serious on the map. A total of two dozen Hoosier counties are in the red as of now. 

For a third straight week, more than a quarter of Indiana counties are rated with the highest risk level of coronavirus spread in Wednesday’s state update that continued to show no area in the low or moderate community spread zones. The Indiana State Health Department tracking map labels 24 of the state’s 92 counties the most dangerous red category, down two from a week ago. All other counties are in the next-riskiest orange rating of the four-level system. The new county ratings come a day after state officials announced a flaw in Indiana’s COVID-19 reporting that is expected to change the state’s overall positivity rate and the metrics for individual counties once corrected.

ISDH

Today, the Indiana State Department of Health updated the color coding on its map tracking COVID-19 cases in all 92 Hoosier counties. Based on information released at noon, 17 counties are now in the most serious "red" designation, which is four fewer than last week.

In the WVPE listening area, both Elkhart and LaGrange counties remain in the red. Elkhart County moved to the red designation on Nov. 18, and LaGrange County entered the red on Nov. 11.

ISDH

Today the Indiana State Dept. of Health updated its color coding on its map tracking COVID-19 cases in all 92 Hoosier counties. Based on information released at noon, 21 counties are now in red, which is the most serious designation level the state assigns. Previously, nine counties had been in red. 

In the WVPE listening area, Elkhart County is now designated red. LaGrange County continues with a red designation as well. LaGrange County was put in the red as of Nov. 11. 

https://www.in.gov/gov/files/Coronavirus_Response_Requirements.pdf

Wednesday Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced he would be signing an Executive Order calling for tighter restrictions to try and curb the surge of COVID-19. As of Friday he has signed the order. The new guidelines take effect Sunday.