INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The counties across Indiana’s northern tier are showing moderate risk of coronavirus spread as Michigan remains the national hotspot for COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations.
The ongoing risk comes as Indiana’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are at their highest since mid-February and the state’s rate of people receiving vaccine shots has dropped by about one-third over the past couple weeks.
The State Department of Health’s weekly tracking map updated Wednesday showed four of the five Indiana counties that border Michigan with orange risk — the second highest of the four ratings.
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