(Last update: April 10, 6:48 p.m., the map is as of April 9)
Indiana (April 10) – One more positive case is found in Putnam County, where DePauw’s campus is located in, bringing the county total to 31. Statewide, 55 more deaths are reported and the death toll rises to 300. Total positive cases in Indiana stand at 6,907, up by 556 since yesterday.
Illinois (April 10) – 68 more deaths are reported, bringing the death toll to 528. First positive cases are found in Fulton and Greene counties. State total stands at 17,887, up by 1,465 since yesterday.
This interactive map allows you to explore the confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks in Indiana and Illinois by counties, as 59% of DePauw students are hailing from the two states.
INDIANA: 6,907 cases have been confirmed, including 300 deadly cases, among 35,040 people tested as of April 10.
On March 6, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) announced the first COVID-19 infection in the State from a Marion County adult who recently returned from Boston. Two days later, the second case was found in Hendricks County, from also an adult back from Boston. Hendricks County is east adjacent to Putnam County, where DePauw University is located. On March 21, the first positive case was found in Putnam County.
The counts and announcements will be updated at 10 a.m. every day on ISDH official COVID-19 website: https://coronavirus.in.gov/.
ILLINOIS: 17,887 cases have been confirmed, including 596 deadly cases, among 87,527 people tested as of April 10.
In breakdown, Cook County (including City of Chicago) accounts for 12,472 cases, while 5,415 cases have been reported in 81 other counties.
The counts and announcements will be updated daily, usually in the afternoon around 2:30 p.m. CDT, on IDPH official COVID-19 website: http://www.dph.illinois.gov/topics-services/diseases-and-conditions/diseases-a-z-list/coronavirus.
On April 6, IDPH started to release the outbreak map by ZIP codes and other detailed statistics on http://dph.illinois.gov/COVID19/STATISTICS.
Further resource: a nationwide county-by-county COVID-19 map is created and updated daily by the Associate Press.