Indiana cases by county

According to a press release issued by the Cass County Health Department, in consultation with the Indiana State Department of Health and Logansport Memorial Hospital, the first positive case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Cass County.

Memorial Hospital notified the Cass County Health Department and the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) on Monday of the positive result from a patient, who is currently self-isolating at home. No other information will be released about the patient at this time, due to privacy laws.

The ISDH website's daily COVID-19 update was published Monday before the Cass County case was verified. The Pharos-Tribune is adding the Cass County case to the following daily update information.

An additional 273 new positive cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed through ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Cass Cunty Health Department and private laboratories. That brings the total number of Hoosiers diagnosed to 1,787. Thirty-five Hoosiers have died from the virus, making the current death rate 2.0 percent statewide.

A total of 11,658 tests have been reported to ISDH to date, up from 9,830 reported on Sunday.

Gov. Eric J. Holcomb's statewide stay-at-home order is now in effect. The order is planned to run through Monday, April 6, at 11:59 p.m. — but could be extended if the outbreak warrants it.

In all, 80 Indiana counties have at least one confirmed case of COVID-19. 

Here's where the cases are throughout the state by county: Adams (1), Allen (28 with 1 death), Bartholomew (10), Boone (20), Brown (3), Carroll (2), Cass (1), Clark (27), Clay (1), Clinton (1), Crawford (1), Dearborn (10 with 1 death), Decatur (42), DeKalb (1), Delaware (15 with 1 death), Dubois (2), Elkhart (12), Fayette (8 with 1 death), Floyd (20), Fountain (1), Franklin (28 with 4 deaths), Fulton (1), Gibson (4), Grant (7), Greene (1) Hamilton (106), Hancock (28 with 1 death), Harrison (15), Hendricks (58 with 1 death), Henry (2), Howard (14 with 1 death), Huntington (2), Jackson (8), Jasper (6 with 1 death), Jennings (14), Johnson (81 with 3 death), Knox (2), Kosciusko (4), LaGrange (2), Lake (97 with 1 death), LaPorte (6), Lawrence (9), Madison (29 with 1 death), Marion (804 with 12 deaths), Marshall (3), Miami (3), Monroe (26), Montgomery (6), Morgan (23 with 1 death), Newton (1), Noble (2), Ohio (1), Orange (2), Owen (10), Porter (15), Posey (3), Putnam (7 with 1 death), Randolph (1), Ripley (25), Rush (4), Scott (1 with 1 death), Shelby (13), St. Joseph (36 with 1 death), Starke (1), Steuben (1), Sullivan (1), Switzerland (3), Tippecanoe (14 with 1 death), Tipton (4), Vanderburgh (17), Vermillion (1), Vigo (7 with 1 death), Wabash (1), Warren (2), Warrick (8), Washington (6), Wayne (1), Wells (1), White (2) and Whitley (1).

According to the CDC, 122,653 cases are now confirmed nationwide. There have been 2,112 deaths reported nationwide for a death rate of 1.7 percent.

As of Monday's report, the World Health Organization says 638,146 people have been infected in 203 countries with 30,039 deaths reported, for a global death rate of 4.7 percent.

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