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In just four weeks, the Indiana dashboard has added 19 COVID deaths and 2,248 new cases of the virus



Indianapolis, Indiana – New COVID-19 data has been made available on the state’s coronavirus dashboard by the Indiana Department of Health.

The information was gathered up until Tuesday, June 25. Every Wednesday, the state dashboard is updated.

From May 28 to Tuesday, the number of COVID-19 deaths in Indiana since March 2020 has increased from 26,529 to 26,548. That is a 19% gain.

The state reported 25,978 deaths from the start of the pandemic on January 2. Indiana has seen 570 extra deaths since January 2.

By contrast, Indiana recorded 266 flu deaths on June 21 for the 2023–2024 season, which started on October 13.

From May 28 to Tuesday, there have been 1,568 suspected COVID-19 deaths since March 2020, up from 1,560. That is an eight-fold rise.

As of Tuesday, there have been 2,213,420 COVID-19-positive instances in Indiana since March 2020, up from 2,211,172 on May 28. That is a 2,248 rise.

On Tuesday, the state reported an average of 106 ER visits and seven hospital admissions over the previous seven days. Five hospital admissions and 119 ER visits were recorded on May 28.

As of Tuesday, 3,868,054 Hoosiers had finished the first round of vaccinations, according to IDOH. That amounts to roughly 54.8% of the entire populace.

As of Tuesday, 994,456 Indiana residents had received all recommended vaccines, according to the state website. 996,697 individuals have gotten the most recent booster.