In late November, COVID-19 hospitalizations peaked at 3,460, but now those numbers are steadily declining.
Due to recent crowding at the Howard County COVID-19 testing clinic, the check-in process will look a little different beginning Monday.
Howard County again maintained its "orange" weekly score ranking on the Indiana State Department of Health's metrics map that was updated today at noon.
The novel coronavirus is having a field day, causing cancellations across the board and robbing some of their livelihoods in the name of keeping others safe.
Since last Tuesday, Howard County added 480 more cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths, for an average of 68.5 new cases of the virus per day.
The Indiana State Department of Health released its updated color-coded state metrics map that tracks the spread of COVID in communities and now signifies county-by-county restrictions for those in orange and red -- and fewer counties this week scored "red."
As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise, all of Howard County’s school corporations have made changes to their calendars, opting to go to eLearning for a period.
In a press conference last Friday, the Howard County Board of Commissioners issued a new COVID-19 ordinance that puts a restriction on the capacities of businesses and restaurants providing in-person services.
After 290 new cases of the virus were reported in Howard County yesterday -- the majority of which came from the Howard County jail -- another 126 cases were added today, along with two new deaths.
In a press conference today, the Howard County Board of Commissioners issued a COVID-19 ordinance that will go into effect Nov. 23.
Howard County has maintained its "orange" score in the Indiana State Department of Health's weekly county metrics system that aims to track the spread of COVID-19.
Kokomo School Corporation will be going virtual starting Monday through Dec. 4 as COVID-19 has caused staffing shortages and in the hopes of curbing the spread of the virus following holiday gatherings.
The Howard County council at-large positions have been decided, and incumbents and newcomers alike have expressed their hope to address similar issues, but through different means.
Amid rising cases in Indiana and Howard County, officials saw fit to continue a facility where homeless can isolate when testing positive for the COVID-19 or awaiting test results.
Since Friday, 134 more Howard County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, and 32 are hospitalized with a few on ventilators, according to Howard County Commissioner Paul Wyman.
Governor Eric Holcomb today signed Executive Order 20-48 to implement pandemic requirements for all Hoosiers and targeted restrictions for counties that have high levels of COVID-19.
Indiana and Howard County once again set new records today with 6,654 new cases of COVID-19 being reported statewide and 77 in Howard County.
After two weeks of scoring "yellow" in Indiana's weekly metrics system aimed at tracking community spread of COVID-19, Howard County moved to "orange."
Versiti Blood Centers today issued an urgent plea to those who have previously been infected with COVID-19 to “pay it forward” by donating COVID convalescent plasma (CCP).
After setting record highs yesterday for the number of COVID-19 cases reported both statewide and in Howard County, new records were set again today.
After Taylor Elementary School closed on Tuesday due to COVID-19, schools officials announced this morning that the middle and high schools now also are closing due to the virus.
Kokomo School Corporation officials announced today that all schools will be closed to in-person learning for the rest of the week due to COVID-19.
The COVID-19 testing center run by the Howard County Health Department continues to offer free testing to the community.
After moving from "blue" to "yellow" last week in the state's weekly metrics system aimed at tracking community spread of COVID-19, Howard County remains at "yellow."
Twenty-four more Howard County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, and one more has died, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
Since last Monday, 151 more Howard County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, and one more has died.
Today, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 3,649 new cases of COVID-19, far exceeding the last record high of 2,820 cases reported on Oct. 21.
After holding onto its "blue" score in Indiana's weekly COVID-19 metric system aimed at tracking community spread of the virus last week, Howard County moved to "yellow" this week.
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