IN COVID-19: February 14, 2022

COVID-19

Over the weekend, the Indiana Department of Health reported 4,051 new cases of COVID-19 and 37 new deaths, including 900 cases reported on Monday for the state. 

Total Positive Cases:  1,668,404
Total Deaths:  21,335
Probable Deaths:  851
Vaccine Rate:  56.4% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  15.8%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  27.2%


Dubois County saw 38 new cases and 1 new death over the weekend, with 7 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  12,706
Total Deaths:  157
Vaccine Rate:  60.5% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  23.9%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  35.6%


Spencer County saw 28 new cases over the weekend, with 4 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  5,142
Total Deaths:  56
Vaccine Rate:  52.7% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  26.6%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  30.4%


Warrick County saw 63 new cases over the weekend, with 10 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  19,923

Total Deaths:  222

Vaccine Rate:  65.3% (Ages 5 & up)

7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  24.5%

7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  39.9%


Vanderburgh County saw 199 new cases and 2 new deaths over the weekend, with 41 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  56,377
Total Deaths:  562
Vaccine Rate:  59% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  20.6%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  35.9%


Gibson County saw 37 new cases and 1 new death over the weekend, with 12 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  11,454
Total Deaths:  130
Vaccine Rate:  51.2% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  30.7%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  42.8%


Knox County saw 50 new cases over the weekend, with 15 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  10,556
Total Deaths:  136
Vaccine Rate:  50.6% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  19.3%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  51.7%


Pike County saw 16 new cases over the weekend, with 2 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  3,673
Total Deaths:  46
Vaccine Rate:  44.2% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  20.9%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  40.4%


Daviess County saw 26 new cases and 1 new death over the weekend, with 6 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  7,382
Total Deaths:  141
Vaccine Rate:  36.7% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  16.4%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  31.2%


Martin County saw 4 new cases over the weekend, with 1 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  2,145
Total Deaths:  23
Vaccine Rate:  43.8% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  17.8%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  40%


Lawrence County saw 31 new cases and 1 new deaths over the weekend, with 1 case reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  11,681
Total Deaths:  235
Vaccine Rate:  51.2% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  14.4%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  39.8%


Orange County saw 17 new cases over the weekend, with 4 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  4,966
Total Deaths:  87
Vaccine Rate:  50.7% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  20.4%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  45.3%


Crawford County saw 8 new cases over the weekend, with 3 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  2,476
Total Deaths:  34
Vaccine Rate:  48.2% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  19.5%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  37%


Harrison County saw 40 new cases over the weekend, with 4 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  10,559
Total Deaths:  124
Vaccine Rate:  51.5% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  19.2%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  37.8%


Perry County saw 9 new cases over the weekend, with 2 cases reported Monday. 

Total Positive Cases:  4,563
Total Deaths:  58
Vaccine Rate:  59.3% (Ages 5 & up)
7-Day Positivity – All Tests:  26.6%
7-Day Positivity – Unique Individuals:  42.6%


Currently 18.9% of ICU Beds for Indiana District 10 are in use for Covid alone.

The current recommendation from the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control, and Indiana Department of Health to help combat the COVID-19 virus is to get vaccinated.  The higher the percentage of the population that is vaccinated, the safer we will all be. To get scheduled for your first shot, go to ourshot.in.gov. You can find a complete breakdown of COVID-19 statistics by going to coronavirus.in.gov.

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