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The Cass County Health Department reported Cass County’s first confirmed case of COVID-19 on March 30, 2020. Read more here.
We will update this table as results are received from the Cass County Health Department, with the information they provide.
You can find the statewide map at coronavirus.in.gov.
|Date||Total positive cases in Cass County to date||Increase in cases from previous day's reports||Total deaths in Cass County to date||Recoveries in Cass County To Date||Total # of tests reported in Cass County to date|
|June 3||1592 ISDH)|
|7||1544 (Regenstrief)||4048 (ISDH)
|June 2||1592 (ISDH)|
|7||1542 (Regenstrief)||4039 (ISDH)
|June 1||1587 (ISDH)|
|7||1541 (Regenstrief)||3958 (ISDH)
|May 31||1587 (ISDH)|
|7||1523 (Regenstrief)||3914 (ISDH)
|May 30||1587 (ISDH)|
|7||1519 (Regenstrief)||3893 (ISDH)|
|May 29||1589 (ISDH)|
|7||1519 (Regenstrief)||3826 (ISDH)
|May 28||1589 (ISDH)|
|7||1495 (Regenstrief)||3793 (ISDH)
|May 27||1586 (ISDH)|
|7||1463 (Regenstrief)||3711 (ISDH)
|May 26||1582 (ISDH)|
|6||1440 (Regenstrief)||3656 (ISDH)|
|May 25||1582 (ISDH)|
|May 24||1581 (ISDH)|
|May 23||1579 (ISDH)|
|May 22||1578 (ISDH)|
|May 21||1572 (ISDH)|
|May 20||1564 (ISDH)|
|4 (ISDH)||6||3372 (ISDH)
|May 19||1560 (ISDH)||8 (ISDH)||6||3332 (ISDH)|
|May 18||1552 (ISDH)||-1 (ISDH)||5||3276 (ISDH)|
|May 17||1553 (ISDH)|
|0 (ISDH)||5||3263 (ISDH)|
Testing Data for Cass County, IN as reported by Cass County Health Department
NOTE: We will not be updating this table after May 12. Please see the table above for the most recent info.
|Date||Total Tested at Cass County Respiratory Clinic (Cumulative)||Total Positive Results for Cass County (Cumulative)||Deaths in Cass County (Cumulative)||Cass County Positive Results at Respiratory Clinic (Cumulative)||Out of County Positive Results at Respiratory Clinic (Cumulative)||Negative Results at Respiratory Clinic (Cumulative)||Results Pending at Respiratory Clinic||Total Positive Results at Tyson||Total Negative Results at Tyson||Indeterminate (Cumulative)|
|5/12||Not provided||1542 per ISDH||4||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/11||Not provided||1524 per ISDH||3||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/10||Not provided||1520 per ISDH||3||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/9||Not provided||1507 per ISDH||2||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/8||Not provided||1497 per ISDH||2||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/7||Not provided||1469 per ISDH||2||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/6||Not provided||1442 per ISDH||2||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/5||Not provided||1406 per ISDH||2||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/4||Not provided||1371 per ISDH|
1374 per Cass County Health Department
|2||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/3||Not provided||1293 per ISDH||2||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/2||Not provided||1224 per ISDH website||2||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided|
|5/1||Not provided||1227 per Logansport Memorial Hospital|
1214 per ISDH
|4/30||Not provided||1220 per Logansport Memorial Hospital|
1164 per ISDH
|4/29||Not provided||1125 per ISDH||2||Not provided|
|4/28||1540||1101 per ISDH website;|
1283 per Cass County Health Department
|4/27||Not provided||1025 (per ISDH website)||1||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|4/26||Not provided||586 (per ISDH website)||1||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|4/25||Not provided||315 (per ISDH website)||1||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|4/23 a.m.||942||199 (per ISDH website)||1||19||646||84||0|
|4/22||Not provided||138 (per ISDH website)||1||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|4/19||Not provided||71||1||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|04/18||Not provided||52||1||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|04/17||Not provided||50||1||Not provided||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|04/12||Not provided||28||1||6||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|04/11||Not provided||23||1||6||Not provided||Not provided||0|
|04/05||Not provided||9||Not provided||Not provided|
|03/30||Not provided||1||Not provided||Not provided|
|03/27||301||0||Not provided||Approximately 150|
|03/19||155||0||Not provided||Not provided|
The following information was provided by Logansport Memorial Hospital and the Cass County Health Department on April 8, 2020:
FOR YOUR SAFETY
The Cass County Health Department would like to remind the community about the symptoms, treatment approach, and testing location for COVID-19.
- Fever greater than 100.1, and combined with a cough or shortness of breath
- A cough or shortness of breath, either of which are new or changed in the last 14 days
The CDC has noted that most individuals who acquire COVID-19 will experience mild symptoms, and be able to self-isolate, stay at home for treatment, and will not need to be tested.
- If you are experiencing mild, respiratory-related symptoms, please stay home, rest, drink plenty of fluids (especially water), and monitor your temperature. Taking proper care of yourself at home can stop the spread of COVID-19 and help protect other people who are at risk for getting seriously ill from COVID-19.
- Older adults and people of any age with certain underlying medical conditions are at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness.
- If your symptoms get worse as you are monitoring yourself at home, please seek medical care. Call your primary care provider and describe your symptoms.Your primary care provider will direct you on what to do next. If you do not have a primary care provider, please visit the walk-in respiratory clinic at the Cass County 4-H Fairgrounds.
- If you begin experiencing a true medical emergency or see emergency warning signs –sudden or severe trouble breathing, intense pain or pressure in your chest, or other symptoms that are severe or concerning –please call 911.
The Cass County Health Department has a walk-in respiratory clinic in partnership with Logansport Memorial Hospital,to offer a dedicated site for screening and testing of COVID-19. The respiratory clinic is located at:
The Community Building on the Cass County 4-H Fairgrounds
2281 E Co Road 125 N
Logansport, IN 46947
Open from 8am –8 pm, 7 days per week
As of May 11, the Clinic Hours are:
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday, noon to 6 p.m.
- You must have one or more of the respiratory symptoms above to be seen.
- When you get to the clinic, please park and stay in your car. Put on your flashers. Staff will come out to your car to screen you.
Beginning Monday, May 18, Express Medical Center (3400 E. Market, Logansport) will re-open as the new location for the walk-in respiratory clinic. The Respiratory Clinic at the 4-H Fairgrounds, operated by the Cass County Health Department and Logansport Memorial Hospital, will be closed. If you are sick with symptoms of COVID-19 or other respiratory illness, or if you believe you have been exposed, please report to Express Medical Center for care. To limit traffic in the waiting room and to help minimize potential exposure, you may be asked to wait in your car until you can be seen.Please continue reporting to the ER Entrance at Logansport Memorial Hospital for care after-hours or on the weekend that is not an emergency. ER staff will continue to triage you appropriately and direct you for the care you need.
As a community, please continue following the preventive guidelines from the CDC about how to protect yourselves and your families:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
- Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose, and mouth –especially with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Cover your cough or sneezes with a tissue, throw your tissue away, and wash your hands.
- Clean and disinfect frequently-touched objects and surfaces.
For the latest information on COVID-19, visit the CDC website at cdc.gov/coronavirus. The Indiana State Department of Health’s website also includes the latest information about COVID-19 in Indiana, at coronavirus.IN.gov.