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Indiana sees 30 more COVID-19 deaths, rolling average rises

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State health officials are reporting that 30 more Hoosiers have died from COVID-19 as Indiana’s seven-day rolling average of new cases of the respiratory disease continued growing at record levels.

The new deaths reported Tuesday by the Indiana State Department of Health raise the state’s death toll to 3,711, including confirmed and presumed coronavirus cases.

The state agency also reported 990 new COVID-19 infections, pushing Indiana’s seven-day average to 1,131 through Monday.

That's a record for the state.

That rolling average has grown nearly 26% since Sept. 28. State statistics show Indiana hospitals were treating 1,138 COVID-19 patients Monday, the largest number since late May.

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