JASPER — Forty-five new COVID-19 cases, including one additional death, were reported in Dubois County Tuesday.
Indiana State Department of health reports the total local cases over the course of the pandemic at 12,317, including 155 deaths, among 31,109 people tested.
Dubois County’s rolling seven-day positivity rate is at 36.2% among all tests and 51.7% among people tested for the first time.
The state reports 60.2% of Dubois County’s eligible population (ages 5 and older) are fully vaccinated. Anyone who has received both doses of vaccine more than five months ago is encouraged to receive a booster dose.
In the area, Daviess County reports 24 new cases including one additional death for 7,193 cases including 133 deaths among 19,861 people tested; Martin County six new cases for 2,096 cases including 22 deaths among 6,417 people tested; Orange County 19 new cases for 4,790 cases including 85 deaths among 12,855 people tested; Crawford County 13 new cases for 2,381 cases including 34 deaths among 7,539 people tested; Perry County 37 new cases including one additional death for 4,403 cases including 57 deaths among 13,311 people tested; Spencer County 27 new cases for 4,959 cases including 56 deaths among 12,454 people tested; Warrick County 122 new cases for 19,146 cases including 220 deaths among 47,799 people tested; Vanderburgh County 292 new cases for 54,351 cases including 540 deaths among 139,765 people tested; and Pike County eight new cases for 3,552 cases including 46 deaths among 8,426 people tested.
Vaccines are offered at CVS locations in Ferdinand, Huntingburg and Jasper; at Huntingburg Clinic (ages 5-11 only); at Dubois County Health Department; Walgreens Pharmacy in Jasper; and Walmart pharmacy in Jasper.
Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center offers Monoclonal antibody treatment and Walmart pharmacy in Jasper offers Merck antiviral treatments. The state reports treatments are in limited supply.
COVID-19 testing is available at CVS pharmacies in Ferdinand, Huntingburg and Jasper; at Dubois County Health Department and at Memorial Hospital urgent car. Visit coronavirus.in.gov to register for a test.
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