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75 COVID-19 deaths, 5,900 more cases of coronavirus reported in Indiana in 2 weeks



Indianapolis, Indiana – On Wednesday, the Indiana Department of Health updated the state’s coronavirus dashboard with new COVID-19 data.

Data was gathered up until Tuesday. Every Wednesday, the state’s dashboard is updated.

Tuesday saw a rise in the number of COVID-19 fatalities in Indiana from 24,981 to 25,056. That is a 75 percent rise.

On March 15, there were 1,198 likely deaths; on Tuesday, there were 1,206. That represents a growth of eight.

From 2,054,533 on March 15, the overall number of COVID-19-positive cases in Indiana increased to 2,060,433 on Tuesday. That represents a 5.900% increase.

On Tuesday, the state had 255 trips to the emergency room and 48 hospital admissions, which represents a seven-day average.

According to IDOH, as of Tuesday, 3,861,686 Hoosiers had finished the primary vaccine series. Around 55.5% of the population is represented by that.

Through Tuesday, the most recent booster shot has been administered to 874,836 Hoosiers in total.

The Regenstrief Institute estimates that 1,811,336 Indiana residents have recovered from the infection.

Online resources for Indiana data include interactive graphics.

On March 10, 2023, the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering ceased collecting coronavirus data with more than 676,609,955 confirmed cases worldwide and more than 6,881,955 fatalities.

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