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The entire State of Indiana remains in the red on the COVID-19 map - with Parke County getting a specific flag

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WABASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTHI) - The latest Indiana Department of Health COVID-19 maps the entire state of Indiana is in the red for the second week in a row.

The colors are based on each county's positivity rate and cases per 100,000.

Parke County was the only in the state to receive an individual flag. The state says Parke County has a large number of cases attributed to congregate settings.

See the numbers below.



A Breakdown of the numbers in the Wabash Valley

Vigo County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


Vermillion County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


Parke County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


Clay County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


 

Putnam County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


 

Sullivan County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


Knox County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


Greene County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


Daviess County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


Martin County COVID-19 numbers as of January 27, 2022


ICU Hospitalizations

Statewide ICU numbers

Local ICU numbers

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security says District 7 includes Vermillion, Parke, Vigo, Putnam, Clay, Owen, Sullivan, and Greene Counties.


 

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