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Indiana Reports 452 New Coronavirus Cases, 2 Additional Deaths

A nurse administers coronavirus testing at a drive-up facility at MedStar St. Mary's Hospital April 14, 2020, in Leonardtown, Maryland.
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Health officials in Indiana have confirmed 452 new cases of coronavirus over the last 24 hours, with two additional deaths attributed to the virus on Monday.

In total, 52,037 Indiana residents have contracted the virus since the pandemic began, according to data from the Indiana State Department of Health. A total of 2,569 deaths have been reported during the pandemic, with 193 deaths considered “probable” COVID-19-related fatalities.

Over the last 24 hours, health officials have reported an additional 5,762 test results, bringing the statewide total to 570,409. The state’s current positivity rate is sitting at 9.1%.

Hospitalizations for COVID-19 have remained steady for Hoosiers with 38% of intensive care unit beds available in the state. Another 83%of ventilators are available in Indiana as of Monday.

Marion County, which had exceeded 100 new cases each of the last two days, reported just 39 on Monday, according to state data. Lake County reported 66 new cases Monday, a steady increase from the early weekend.

Starting later this week, ISDH announced it will offer testing in the following counties:

  • Elkhart
  • Lake
  • Warrick
  • Brown
  • Henry
  • Kosciusko
  • Marshall
  • Ohio/Switzerland
  • Perry
  • Tippecanoe
  • Wells

In addition, a mobile testing option will be available in Gibson County, with coverage extending to Knox and Sullivan counties.

"Counties were selected based on their per capita case, testing and positivity rates, as well as the population of industry and agricultural workers and the current availability of local testing options," ISDH said Monday.

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