Kosciusko County sees three more positive COVID cases; no hospitalizations in a month

After Kosciusko County saw its highest number of COVID-19 cases in one week last week, with 15 new cases reported, three more were added in their Monday update.

Despite that, officials at the Kosciusko County Health Department have not seen any hospitalizations from cases since the week ending April 18th. Some of the newest data released showed in the past two weeks, 15 positive cases were symptomatic while three were asymptomatic. If you extend that over the past four weeks, 24 cases have been symptomatic while 10 were asymptomatic.

There were no additional deaths or recoveries reported in the Monday update, keeping the total at one death and 20 recoveries.

In the ISDH update, it reports Kosciusko County has completed 1,239 tests.


In the Monday update from the Indiana State Department of Health, 492 more positive cases were reported to bring the state total up to 28,255.

There were 14 additional deaths to bring the state total up to 1,621.

6,696 new tests were part of Monday’s update, bringing the total number of tests completed to 183,912. The percentage of positive cases in the state is now 15.4 percent, down 0.3 percent from Sunday.

See the full state breakdown here.


Elkhart County – 687 positive cases – 23 deaths – 5,710 completed tests
Noble County – 152 positive cases – 20 deaths – 731 completed tests
Wabash County – 71 positive cases – 2 deaths – 527 completed tests
Fulton County – 44 positive cases – 1 death – 371 completed tests
Marshall County – 42 positive cases – 1 death – 992 completed tests
Whitley County – 28 positive cases – 2 deaths – 347 completed tests

Allen County – 1,033 positive cases – 61 deaths – 6,532 completed tests
St. Joseph County – 984 positive cases – 28 deaths – 8,006 completed tests