DCHD Releases COVID-19 Morbidity & Mortality Report For Week Of July 24-30

If you are interested in getting tested at the Dearborn Adult Center, you may schedule an appointment online. 

(Dearborn County, Ind.) - The Dearborn County Health Department released a Morbidity and Mortality Report for the week of July 24 through July 30. The numbers reported include those tested with results. 

677 Dearborn County residents were tested for COVID-19 this past week. Testing for these residents was received from Highpoint Health, Indiana State Department of Health, Bethesda North, Mercy Health, Urgent Care Lawrenceburg, and LHI. 

Of the these 677 residents tested, 74 tests came back positive while 603 were negative. There were 2 COVID-19 related deaths recorded in Dearborn County for the week of July 24 through July 30.

Additionally, no Dearborn County inmates or government employees tested positive during this time period. 

To date, Dearborn County has seen a total of 5,495 residents tested with 441 positive cases and 27 COVID-19 related deaths. Of the reported deaths, 1 was between the ages of 60-69, 1 between the ages of 70-79, 15 were between the ages of 80-89, 8 between 90-99, and 2 were 100 years old or older. Looking further, 17 females and 10 males succumbed to their fight with the coronavirus. 

If you are interested in getting tested at the Dearborn Adult Center, you may schedule an appointment online

For more information on local and state numbers, visit https://www.coronavirus.in.gov/.

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