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The Indiana State Department of Health on Saturday reported 1,076 new COVID-19 cases and 17 more deaths. The state has reported double-digit deaths in five straight daily reports and in 12 of the past 15 reports.

The department reported the testing of 24,231 new individuals—an all-time high number for the department’s daily report. The number, however, includes the addition of 11,552 tested individuals dating back to June 4 from an additional facility that has been newly onboarded into the department’s electronic reporting system. The state did not say how many new cases came from the historic data dump.

The state’s cumulative testing-positivity rate for unique individuals remained at 8.7%.

Following are the latest COVID-19 numbers from the Indiana State Department of Health. The department updates its data daily based on information received through 11:59 p.m. the previous day.

COVID-19 cases

*New cases: 1,076

Total cumulative cases reported Saturday: 104,561

Total cumulative cases reported Friday: 103,505

Increase in cumulative cases: 1,056

Increase in cases reported Aug. 1-Sept. 1: 27,769

Increase in cases reported July 1-Aug. 1: 21,170

Increase in cases reported June 1-July 1: 11,122

Increase in cases reported May 1-June. 1: 16,065

COVID-19 deaths

New deaths: 17

Total deaths: 3,213

Increase in deaths reported Aug. 1-Sept. 1: 322

Increase in deaths reported July 1-Aug. 1: 315

Increase in deaths reported June 1-July 1: 480

Increase in deaths reported May 1-June. 1: 914

Increase in deaths reported April 1-May 1: 997

COVID-19 testing

New tested individuals: 24,231**

Total cumulative tested individuals reported Saturday: 1,206,980

Total cumulative tested individuals reported Friday: 1,183,104

Increase in cumulative tested individuals: 23,876

Cumulative positivity rate unique individuals: 8.7%

Seven-day positivity rate unique individuals: 7.4%***

Cumulative positivity rate all tests: 6.4%

Seven-day positivity rate all tests: 5.2%***

Increase in unique tested individuals reported Aug. 1-Sept. 1: 325,159

Increase in unique tested individuals reported July 1-Aug. 1: 268,890

Increase in unique tested individuals reported June 1-July 1: 223,820

Increase in unique tested individuals reported May 1-June 1: 166,257

Increase in unique tested individuals reported April 1-May 1: 85,264

**includes the addition of 11,552 tested individuals dating back to June 4 and 20,764 tests dating back to Feb. 26 from an additional facility that has been newly onboarded into the health department’s electronic reporting system.

*** The health department reports the 7-day positivity rates with a six-day lag to allow time for more comprehensive results.

County numbers

Marion County cumulative cases: 19,654 (increase of 105)

Marion County new deaths: 0

Marion County cumulative deaths: 754

Marion County 7-day positivity rate unique individuals: 6.2%

Hamilton County cumulative cases: 4,425

Hendricks County cumulative cases: 2,527

Johnson County cumulative cases: 2,136

Madison County cumulative cases: 1,473

Boone County cumulative cases: 918

Hancock County cumulative cases: 858

Morgan County cumulative cases: 645

Shelby County cumulative cases: 642

Indiana intensive care unit usage

Available ICU beds: 38.3%

ICU beds in use by COVID-19 patients: 10.2%

Available ventilators: 80.8%

Ventilators in use for COVID-19: 2.4%

U.S. and worldwide numbers

As of Saturday, from Johns Hopkins University:

U.S. cases: 6,452,607

U.S. deaths: 193,177

Global cases: 28,545,999

Global deaths: 916,670

*New cases, deaths and tests are previously unreported cases, deaths and tests submitted to the Indiana State Health Department in the 24 hours through 11:59 p.m. the previous day. The cases and testing categories typically contain numerous duplicates—as many as 20% or more—that are later eliminated from the cumulative totals.


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