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State of Indiana no longer in the “red zone” on color-coded COVID map

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The entire state of Indiana is no longer in the “red zone” on the color-coded COVID map.

In our listening area, only Kosciusko County is still “red”, but cases are going down.

In St. Joseph County, the 7-day positivity rate is down to 9.8 percent, as of data released on Wednesday, Feb. 16.

Elkhart, LaPorte, Marshall, Starke and Fulton counties are also now in the “orange zone”.

LaGrange County is now in the yellow zone.

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