Testing Down, Positive Cases Up In Latest Dearborn Co. Morbidity & Mortality Report

The Dearborn County Health Department continues to keep community members informed with their weekly report.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - The Dearborn County Health Department is continuing to keep community members informed with their weekly Morbidity and Mortality Report.

For the week of September 11-16, a total of 338 Dearborn County residents were tested for COVID-19.

Of those tested, there were 321 negative tests and 17 positive tests.  

Testing was down from 421 a week prior and positive tests increased by two.

Five individuals ages 19-30 tested positive for the virus, the most of any age group between September 11-16.

There were no COVID-related deaths in the county for the fifth consecutive week.

To date, Dearborn County has reported 614 positive cases and 28 deaths.

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