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2 new COVID-19 cases in Indiana, boosting state's total to 6

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two additional cases of the new coronavirus have been diagnosed in Indiana, boosting the state’s total COVID-19 cases to six.

The Indiana State Department of Health said Tuesday two presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 were found in patients in northeastern Indiana’s Adams County and in Boone County, just northwest of Indianapolis. Officials announced Monday that an elementary school student in Hendricks County, just west of Indianapolis, has a presumptive positive case of the coronavirus, as does an adult in northeastern Indiana’s Noble County.

Indiana’s two other COVID-19 cases are in an adult who lives in Hendricks County and an adult from Marion County.

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