• Overall update: Shelby County has been designated as RED in this week’s county color code advisory map with a composite score of 2.5 based on the 7-day average of positive cases and rate of cases per 100,000. Please visit https://www.coronavirus.in.gov/2393.htm for additional information. While it may seem that the recent relative decrease in hospitalizations is a trend in the right direction (and it is!), we want to stress to staff and the public that now is not the time to relax and let our guard down. We have reached a plateau stage, but with the new Covid variants, which are known to be more transmissible and even more virulent in some cases, we have been warned that these new strains will become the dominant strains in Indiana sometime in February or early March. Please continue to practice excellent hand hygiene, social distancing and please continue to wear a mask! We are encouraging everyone who is eligible to receive their vaccine as soon as it is offered.
  • Bamlanivimab "Bam” monoclonal drug for Covid treatment. We have infused 418 patients with this Eli Lilly monoclonal drug. The patients who have received this infusion are doing well. We have a sufficient supply of both Regeneron and Bamlanivimab for our current needs.


  • Number of NEW positive results: 37 new positive cases since 1/25/2020
    • Out of the 37 new positive cases, 6 patients required inpatient care and 31 remained outpatient.


  • Current number of 3rd floor inpatients: 32 inpatients and 6 of those patients are in the Critical Care Unit (CCU).
    • Number of available 3rd floor beds: 8
  • Currently, we have 14 inpatients that have tested positive for COVID.


  • Number of vents currently in use and number of vents available: We have 2 ventilator(s) in use; 2 BiPAPs in use; and 2 trilogy units are in use. This leaves us with 15 ventilation units available.


  • Volumes in the Emergency Department have increased slightly with an average of 62 patients every 24 hours.