The Indiana State Department of Health reported an additional 496 cases and 21 deaths Saturday. That brings the totals to 44,575 cases and 2,424 deaths.
Most of the reported positive cases Saturday are from Friday, but one case dates back to June 22, according to ISDH. These reported deaths occurred over a span of a little under two weeks, with the earliest on June 14.
There have been a total 192 probable deaths reported. Those deaths are based on diagnoses of patients who had no positive test on record.
ICU and ventilator capacity remain stable, with almost 38% of ICU beds and 84% of ventilators available.
The state has conducted 463,017 tests as of Saturday, up from 453,890 on Friday. Over 9% of coronavirus tests conducted in Indiana have come back positive. All Hoosiers, regardless of symptoms or high-risk status, can get tested for free at one of the state’s sites.
ISDH will also host drive-thru clinics next week in Goshen and Elkhart.
Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Team Rehab, 223 Chicago Ave.
Tuesday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tolson Community Youth Center, 1320 Benham Ave.
Indiana is expected to enter Stage 5 of its reopening plan on July 4. Previous stages have been entered days earlier than planned.
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