TUESDAY, JULY 17, 2018

Indiana investigating rash of HIV cases

The Indiana Department of Health said Friday it is investigating recent reports of HIV cases in southeastern Indiana. The new cases were identified through community outreach testing in response to an HIV outbreak thought to have been caused by injection drug abuse. Read More »

New HIV cases under investigation in southeastern Indiana

The Indiana Department of Health is currently investigation new HIV cases found in southeastern Indiana. Read More »

Indiana confirms first human West Nile virus case for 2015

Mosquito samples from 27 counties have tested positive for the virus. Read More »

Indiana confirms three E. coli cases out of six ill people, with one death

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) confirmed three E. coli O157:H7 cases in three northern Indiana counties late last week. A total of six people with diarrheal illnesses currently are under investigation, one of whom has died. Read More »

Indiana health officials determine long-term plan for HIV outbreak

Indiana health officials met on June 16 to discuss the long-term planning process to address the transition and response to the HIV outbreak that occurred in the southeastern region of the state. Read More »

Total of Indiana residents testing positive for TB rises to 85

The Indiana State Department of Health said on Friday that the number of positive tuberculosis (TB) skin-tested individuals has increased from 54 to 85. As of Friday, all of these patients have been tied to a student recently diagnosed with TB. The student is now quarantined and receiving treatment. Read More »

Southeastern Indiana HIV outbreak update: 166 confirmed cases

Indiana state health professionals have released the latest update on the HIV outbreak in Indiana. There are now 169 cases of HIV; 166 of these cases have been confirmed, with three potential patients testing preliminary positive. Read More »

Indiana expands investigation of TB cases

Professionals from the Indiana State Department of Health have collaborated with the Floyd and Clark county health departments to investigate a tuberculosis (TB) case in southern Indiana. Read More »

Latest Indiana HIV outbreak report: 163 confirmed cases

The latest report from Indiana state health officials on the HIV outbreak provides a current total of 163 confirmed HIV cases in southeastern Indiana, plus three more cases with positive preliminary test results. Health care workers are providing services in the Austin Community Outreach Center, 2277 W Frontage Road, Austin, Indiana. Read More »

Latest update on Indiana HIV outbreak

According to the most recent update from the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH), there are now 166 total HIV cases in the southeastern Indiana outbreak. Read More »

HIV outbreak in Indiana stands at 162

Indiana state health officials issued an update about the current HIV outbreak in Southeastern Indiana on Tuesday, reporting the number of HIV cases stands at 162, three of which have tested preliminary positive. Read More »

Southeastern Indiana HIV outbreak at 158

Health professionals recently issued the latest update about this year's HIV outbreak in Southeastern Indiana, reporting 157 cases have been confirmed and one additional case has tested as preliminary positive. Read More »

Latest update for Indiana HIV outbreak

Health officials recently released the latest information about the HIV outbreak located in southern Indiana. Read More »

Malaria cases down, but remain global health concern

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) 2014 World Malaria Report released recently identified approximately 198 million malaria cases around the world and said an additional 3.3 billion people are at risk for malaria infections. Read More »

Officials give update on southeastern Indiana HIV outbreak

Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) officials provided an update this week about the HIV outbreak taking place in southeastern Indiana. Read More »

Shigellosis cases in Indiana soar past 1,000 this year

Indiana health officials said Tuesday that they continue to see a rise in shigellosis cases in the state. Read More »