After deadline on
Tuesday, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported 4,879 new
COVID-19 cases over the previous 24 hours (4,213 new cases on Monday), to
bring the total so far to 219,338.
ISDH also reported
67 additional deaths on Tuesday (34 additional deaths on Monday), to bring
the total to date to 4,732.
On Tuesday, the
seven-day moving average for COVID-19 deaths was 37. The highest seven-day
moving average for deaths since the pandemic began was 42, on April 27.
hospitalizations continued to spike on Tuesday, with 2,336, the highest
number on any single day since the pandemic began (2,174 hospitalizations on
Monday). According to ISDH, the most hospitalizations on any given day
during the initial surge of the pandemic was 1,799, on April 13.
In the seven-day
period Oct. 20-27, daily COVID-19 hospitalizations jumped by 13 percent,
from 1,484 to 1,679.
In the next
seven-day period, Oct. 28-Nov. 3, daily hospitalizations jumped by another
13 percent, from 1,679 to 1,897.
In the most recent
seven-day period, Nov. 4-10, daily hospitalizations spiked by 23 percent,
from 1,897 to 2,336.
Marion County reported 31,323 cases and 808 deaths (30,786 and 804 on
Monday), the most in the state.
As of Monday, ISDH
was reporting 5,916 student cases statewide; 1,235 teacher cases; and 1,429