The Indiana Department of Health recently unveiled its weekly update on the state’s coronavirus dashboard, which contains comprehensive information on the latest COVID-19 statistics in Indiana.
According to the report, Indiana has experienced a surge in COVID-19 deaths, bringing the state’s COVID-19 death toll to 25,056 as of Tuesday. This represents a rise of 75 deaths from the previously reported number of 24,981 on March 15th.
Additionally, the state has recorded an increase of eight probable deaths, bringing the total number of probable deaths to 1,206.
The COVID-19 positive cases in Indiana have also increased, with the number rising to 2,060,433 on Tuesday from 2,054,533 on March 15th. This signifies an increase of 5,900 positive cases, a clear indication that the state is still grappling with the pandemic‘s impact.
Furthermore, on Tuesday, the state recorded an average of 48 hospital admissions and 255 emergency room visits. This shows that despite efforts to contain the pandemic, Indiana’s healthcare system is still under significant strain.
It’s important to note that the state has made significant progress in its vaccination efforts, with 3,861,686 Hoosiers having completed the primary vaccination series as of Tuesday, representing approximately 55.5% of the total population. Moreover, 874,836 Hoosiers had received the most recent booster shot by the same date.
According to the Regenstrief Institute, 1,811,336 Hoosiers have estimatedly recovered from the virus, a glimmer of hope amidst these difficult times.
If you would like to stay up-to-date with the COVID-19 situation in Indiana, including interactive graphs, you can find more information online.