Southern Indiana turning yellow, North remains orange

By Conner Tighe

Yellow counties that signal a low advisory for COVID-19 cases seem to balance out with orange counties that show a higher advisory level. LaGrange, DeKalb, and Newton are now red while Washington shifts to blue, showing little to no COVID-19 cases. 

Delaware remains yellow as it has for several weeks, but surrounding counties Blackford, Jay, Randolph, Henry, Madison, and Grant have turned orange. Much of the central state to the south is turning yellow, which spells good news for locals, but much of the state’s north remains orange. 

The county’s vaccinated residents now stand over 50,800, nearing 51,000. Many northern counties like Lake, St. Joseph, Elkhart, and Porter show higher vaccination rates than much of the southern state, contradicting the orange surrounding much of Indiana’s top half.

Sources: IN.Gov (Advisory Levels)IN.Gov (Vaccination Rates)

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