IU Health has completed 47,302 virtual screenings for COVID-19 through its Virtual Visits app, which is free. This is almost 2,000 screenings more than last week.
IU Health’s Pathology lab has completed 89,640 COVID-19 tests. In last week's report 82,135 tests had been done.
Resources Being Used Throughout IU Health’s Statewide System
IU Health reports an adequate supply of PPE and medical supplies, though global demand is high. If you are interested in donating supplies, food, or other items contact the IU Health Foundation.
27 percent of ventilators are currently in use. This is is consistent with ventilator use from last week and the week beofre that.
Numbers for IU Health’s occupied ICU beds remain consistent too, with 63 percent this week and last week.
Numbers specific to IU South Central Region Hospitals - IU Health Morgan, Bloomington, Bedford and Paoli all make up the South Central Region for IU Health
At IU Health’s South Central Region Hospitals, 6 confirmed cases are being treated for COVID-19. An additional 32 people are waiting on test results. This totals 38 people currently being treated at the South Central Region Hospitals. This is up from last week's total, which was 22.
124 people have been discharged from IU Health’s South Central Region Hospitals. Last week, that number was 123.
Of the 742 South Central Region staff members who have been tested, 67 of those tests were positive. There are 3,800 staff at the IU South Central Region Hospitals.
So far, 764 staff have been quarantined and 742 have returned to work.
IU Health says if a staff member shows symptoms consistent with COVID-19, they are asked to temporarily self-isolate. Then, they are screened through the IU Health's virtual clinic to determine if they meet criteria for a COVID-19 test. If the staff member's test result is negative, they touch base through the virtual clinic again and can return to work after 24 hours without fever and without use of medication. If a staff member tests positive for the virus, they abstain from work for a minimum of a week, starting when symptoms began to 72 hours after being symptom-free.