WARSAW — The Kosciusko County Health Department reported 20 total positive cases of coronavirus as of Wednesday afternoon, April 15.
The number of deaths in the county remains at one. At least eight have recovered, according to the KCHD.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported 440 new positive cases of coronavirus.
All results for Indiana reflect all data reported to the ISDH as of 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, April 14. The Kosciusko County number differs due to a delay in private labs reporting to the ISDH.
The new cases were reported to the ISDH between April 12 and April 14.
This brings the total of all Indiana positive cases to 8,955.
A total of 2,420 tests for the presence of coronavirus have been administered between March 20 and April 14. The number of total tests is 48,296.
New deaths in the state were reported at 49 between March 28 and April 14. A total of 436 have died from health issues related to the coronavirus.
The ISDH does not yet provide data for recoveries.
Marshall County has 19 positive cases, increased by two cases from yesterday’s data.
Elkhart County has 105 positive cases.
Fulton County has three cases.
Noble County has 25 cases.
Wabash County remains steady at seven cases.
Whitley County has six cases.
Nationally, the United States reported 610,744 confirmed cases according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins. Total tests administered in the U.S. stands at 3,128,413. Recoveries were reported at 50,079.
A total of 2,008,850 confirmed cases of coronavirus have been confirmed worldwide. About 129,045 have died. Meanwhile, 502,389 have recovered.