INDIANAPOLIS — More than 14,000 Hoosiers have been tested for COVID-19 according to the daily data released by the Indiana State Department of Health.
Of those, the ISDH reported 2,565 positive cases of COVID-19.
As of 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, 65 people have died after they contracted the virus, according to the ISDH website. The data was updated on the ISDH website at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 1.
Locally, Kosciusko County maintains its five confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, Elkhart County reported 23 confirmed cases. Marshall, Whitley and Noble counties reported three cases respectively.
Marion County, which includes Indianapolis, remains a hotspot for confirmed cases with 1,117 reported, according to the ISDH website. Lake County reported the second-highest number of confirmed cases at 180.
Positive case demographics provided by the ISDH show Hoosiers aged 50-59 have the most confirmed cases at 19.3% of positive tests. However, younger demographics showed positive cases as well. Ages 20-29 shared 10.4% of positive cases. Ages 30-39 shared 13.9%. Those aged 40-49 shared 16.1% of positive cases.