Indiana COVID-19: 2,424,633 Indiana residents now fully vaccinated, 0 new deaths reported
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President Biden pledged to send at least 80 million doses of coronavirus vaccines abroad by the end of June. USA TODAY
Indiana health officials have administered more than 5 million doses of vaccine and 2,424,633 people have been fully vaccinated.
The state on Sunday recorded 565 new coronavirus cases and zero new deaths.
Indiana has now recorded a total of 740,189 positive tests and 13,136 deaths since the start of the pandemic, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
A total of 10,323,259 people have been tested for the virus in Indiana.
Hoosiers age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. To schedule an appointment and to learn more about vaccination sites, visit https://ourshot.in.gov or call 211.
Here are some other statistics of note:
- State positivity rate (seven-day rate as of May 16) for all tests performed: 4.7%.
- How many people in Indiana hospitals with COVID-19: 770.
- How many fully vaccinated Hoosiers: 2,424,633. Of those, 10,324 were reported in past 24 hours.
- How many first of two doses reported administered in past 24 hours: 5,774.
- How many second of two doses reported administered in past 24 hours: 9,714.
- How many single dose vaccines reported given in past 24 hours: 613.
- Fully vaccinated individuals: Marion County – 322,087; Hamilton -159,489; Hendricks – 79,956; Johnson – 56,507; Hancock – 36,355; Boone – 32,113; Morgan – 24,078; Shelby – 17,267.
Call IndyStar reporter Justin L. Mack at 317-444-6138. Follow him on Twitter: @justinlmack.
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