INDIANAPOLIS (WAVE) – A total of 102 people in Indiana have died from COVID-19, including a resident of Harrison County.
The Harrison County resident was a 38-year-old man who had underlying medical conditions, according to Harrison County Health Officer Andrew Morton M.D. He was pronounced dead at Baptist Hospital East in Louisville on April 2.
A total of 408 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Indiana on Friday morning.
Currently, there are 3,437 total cases in the state, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
The Indiana State Department of Health has received 17,835 tests to date.
To see a list of cases by county, click here.
During Gov. Eric Holcomb’s daily media briefing in Indianapolis on Thursday, it was announced that all schools K-12 will remain closed and online learning will continue for the rest of the academic year.