DCHD Releases Morbidity & Mortality Report For Feb. 8-14

Dearborn County remains in orange status for COVID-19 spread.

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(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - The Dearborn County Health Department has released its latest COVID-19 Morbidity and Morality Report.

According to the report, 303 county residents were tested for COVID-19 between February 8-14.

Of the tests performed, 201 came back negative while 102 were positive.

Dearborn County remains in orange status on the Indiana State Department of Health’s color-coded map with a 7-day all tests positivity rate of 9.72 percent.

According to the DCHD, 39 individuals age 31-50 tested positive for the virus over the past seven days, the most of any age group.

The county reported zero COVID-19 related deaths over the past seven days. 

To date, Dearborn County has reported 5,301 positive cases, 21,230 tests, and 62 deaths, including 12 from outside county facilities. 

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