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How many cases of coronavirus are there in Indiana?

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has declared a public health emergency.

INDIANAPOLIS —

How many cases are in Indiana?

Indiana has had at least 201 cases of coronavirus, as of 10 a.m. Sunday, March 22. At least four deaths have been reported.

Where are the cases of COVID-19?

The breakdown of cases can be found below:

  • Adams County: 1 case
  • Allen County: 4 cases
  • Bartholomew County: 1 case
  • Boone County: 3 cases
  • Clark County: 4 cases
  • Delaware County: 2 cases
  • Dubois County: 1 case 
  • Elkhart County: 1 case
  • Fayette County: 1 case
  • Floyd County: 3 cases
  • Franklin County: 4 cases
  • Grant County: 2 cases
  • Greene County: 1 case
  • Hamilton County: 18 cases
  • Hancock County: 2 cases
  • Harrison County: 1 case
  • Hendricks County: 8 cases
  • Howard County: 6 cases
  • Jennings County: 1 case
  • Johnson County: 12 cases
  • Lake County: 10 cases
  • LaPorte County: 2 cases
  • Madison County: 2 cases
  • Marion County: 82 cases
  • Miami County: 1 case
  • Monroe County: 1 case
  • Noble County: 1 case
  • Owen County: 1 case
  • Putnam County: 1 case 
  • Ripley County: 1 case
  • Scott County: 2 cases
  • Shelby County: 1 case 
  • St. Joseph County: 8 cases
  • Tippercanoe County: 2 cases
  • Tipton County: 1 case
  • Vander County: 1 case
  • Vigo County: 2 cases
  • Wayne County: 1 case 
  • Wells County: 1 case

Holcomb has also limited all gatherings to no more than 50 people. Schools have been given a 20-day waiver to use as needed for the remainder of the academic year.

Facts Not Fear: COVID-19 Updates

Nursing homes in Indiana are restricting visitors and businesses are encouraged to telework. Bars, restaurants and nightclubs are required to close to in-person dining through March.

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