WARSAW – For the second day in a row, Kosciusko County announced another positive test result for coronavirus.
The county has now confirmed two cases and said 91 tests have been conducted in the county.
The first case was announced Thursday. County Health Officer Dr. William Remington predicted there would be more positive cases reported in the coming days.
As of Friday, Indiana had recorded 981 positive cases and 24 deaths attributed to COVID-19. Nearly 7,000 tests have been conducted in the state.
Nationally, the Centers for Disease Control reported on Friday that 85,356 positive cases had been recorded and that 1,246 people have died from the virus.