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The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported 1,051 new positive coronavirus cases Thursday, bringing the state’s total to 71,015.

This is a new daily total record for the state’s case reporting; the highest daily total previously was 1,011 new cases on Friday, July 24.

Those new cases were reported to ISDH in the last 24 hours, following corrections to the previous dashboard total.

ISDH also announced an additional 6 confirmed deaths from COVID-19, bringing Indiana’s total to 2,811. Those deaths are reported based on when information is received by ISDH and occurred over multiple days.

New ISDH dashboard data indicated a 7-day positivity rate of 7.4%, with a total rate of 8.8% positive.

According to the data, 12,153 new individuals have been tested statewide, with the total number of individuals tested at 804,345.

As of Thursday, more than 32 percent of ICU beds and nearly 82 percent of ventilators are available across the state.

Washington County reported a total of 121 cases, which is a 16.3 percent increase from last week. 

A LOOK BACK

Here is a look back at the reported number of Covid-19 cases in Washington County. As of Thursday, August 6, there is a total of 121 cases reported. There is no information regarding recoveries. There has been one death reported. 

  • March 23 – First Case
  • March 26 – 1 case
  • March 27 – 1 case
  • April 1 – 3 cases
  • April 2 – 3 cases
  • April 3 – 2 cases
  • April 4 – 2 cases
  • April 5 – 2 cases
  • April 8 – 3 cases
  • April 9 – 2 cases
  • April 12 – 2 cases
  • April 13 – 1 case
  • April 15 – 1 case
  • April 25 – 9 cases
  • April 29 – 1 case
  • April 30 – 2 cases
  • May 1 – 1 case
  • May 3 – 1 case
  • May 9 – 3 cases
  • May 13 – 1 case
  • May 14 – 1 case
  • May 20 – 2 cases
  • June 6 – 1 case
  • June 8 – 1 case
  • June 10 – 4 cases
  • June 14 – 1 case
  • June 15 – 1 case
  • June 17 – 1 case 
  • June 18 – 1 case
  • June 19 – 1 case
  • June 21 – 1 case
  • June 26 – 1 case
  • June 30 – 1 case
  • July 2 – 1 case
  • July 3 – 1 case
  • July 4 – 2 cases
  • July 10 – 1 case
  • July 15 – 2 cases
  • July 17 – 2 cases
  • July 19 – 4 cases
  • July 23 – 1 case
  • July 24 – 4 cases
  • July 25 – 2 cases
  • July 26 – 3 cases
  • July 27 – 1 case
  • July 28 – 3 cases
  • July 29 – 5 cases
  • July 30 – 3 cases
  • July 31 – 5 cases
  • August 1 – 3 cases
  • August 2 – 8 cases
  • August 3 – 1 case
  • August 4 – 1 case
  • August 6 – 4 cases