State’s COVID-19 school dashboard could be ready next month

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP): A new online tool designed to help educators track COVID-19 cases in Indiana could be available next month, according to state officials.

The dashboard will let people see the number of cases in a given school, along with a cumulative number, according to Dr. Kristina Box, commissioner of the Indiana State Department of Health.

“Having this information will help better inform how our schools are being impacted by COVID-19 and may help guide districts to guide their operational plans,” Box said at a recent briefing.

The department has been gathering hundreds of thousands of student records for the tool.

On Sunday, public health officials reported 618 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and two deaths.

Overall, 85,932 confirmed COVID-19 cases have been reported in Indiana. The death toll is 3,003.


  1. I did a rudimentary search to see what I could find about what Fort Wayne Mayor Henry has publicly said about what his administration is doing about the COVID-19 crisis. I could only find something from March 2020. Why isn’t Mayor Henry doing weekly, semi-monthly, or monthly public addresses. Isn’t that part of his job responsibilities? In all fairness, I only did a quick search but still…


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