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Two new COVID-19 deaths reported in Indiana Wednesday, 477 cases across the state

Posted: 10:01 AM, Mar 25, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-25 20:51:20-04

INDIANAPOLIS — There were 112 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in the state of Indiana on Wednesday, bringing the total number of Hoosiers with the virus to 477. So far 14 people have died across the state from COVID-19.

The Indiana State Health Department says they have conducted more than 3,350 tests, that isn't including any tests done at labs outside the state health department's facility. Of those diagnosed with the virus, 14 have died, including six people in Marion County.

The state health department said all the deaths in Indiana have been adults.

Marion County has also reported the most cases of COVID-19 with over 225 cases as of Wednesday morning at 10 a.m.

On Wednesday afternoon, the Tippecanoe County Health Department announced a fifth person has tested positive for COVID-19 in the county. The individual has no recent travel history and is isolating at home.


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To help fight the spread of COVID-19 the public should continue to take the following actions:

1. Stay Home
2. Wash your hands often with soap and water
3. Cover your cough and/or sneeze
4. If you do have symptoms, treat the symptoms, monitor your health and Stay Home from work.
5. If symptoms worsen contact your physician for medical care.
6. If symptoms are life threatening, call 911 and tell first responders you are having flu like symptoms.
7. No matter what steps you are taking, STAY HOME


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