INDIANAPOLIS — A total of 331 new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported in Indiana.
As of 11:59 p.m., Sunday, April, 12, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 8,236 positive cases of COVID-19. Information is updated daily at noon via the ISDH COVID-19 dashboard.
Seven new deaths were reported, bringing total COVID-19-related deaths in the state to 350. The new deaths occurred between Friday, April 10 and Sunday, April 12.
The number of confirmed cases in Kosciusko County stands at 18. Deaths remain at 1. The county has tested 307 individuals.
Elkhart County reported 89 cases.
Fulton County has three cases.
Marshall County has 17 cases.
Noble County has 15 cases.
Whitley County has 13 cases.
Wabash County has 7 cases.
The state reported 2,089 new tests were administered between March 16 and April 12. The total number of tests is 44,539.
The ISDH now reports statistics on the usage of ICU beds and ventilators.
There are approximately 2,960 total beds in the state. Availability is 44%. Twenty-five percent of ICU beds are in use for COVID-19 cases. ICU beds in-use for non-COVID-19 cases stands at 31%.
The state reported an approximately 2,872 total ventilator capacity. Seventy-three percent of ventilators are available. Ventilators in use for COVID-19 cases stands at 16%. Non-COVID-19 use was 11%.
According to the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, 1,872,073 cases have been confirmed worldwide as of 11:41 a.m., Monday, April 13. 558,999 cases have been confirmed in the United States.
Recoveries total 441,820 worldwide. A total of 42,983 have recovered in the United States. Indiana, at this time, does not provide statistics for confirmed recovered cases.