FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Several Counties across Northeast Indiana continue to see their risk of spreading COVID-19 decline, according to data from the state health department.
The Indiana State Department of Health advisory levels refer to the current guidelines the county must follow.
A county must remain at a lower Weekly Two-Metric Score for two consecutive weeks in order to move down to a lower advisory level.
Compared to last week, Steuben, Noble, Blackford and Jay counties lowered their levels and entered the Yellow category.
Whitely County, one of five Red counties across Indiana, remained at the same level this week.
Allen County remained in the Orange this week, but the Weekly 2-Metric Score dropped slightly from 2.5 to 2.
Here's the local advisory level breakdown by score:
Blue (Metric score from 0-0.5):
Yellow: (Metric score from 1-1.5):
- Steuben County
- Noble County
- Wells County
- Adams County
- Blackford County
- Jay County
Orange (Metric score from 2-2.5):
- LaGrange County
- DeKalb County
- Allen County
- Huntington County
- Wabash County
- Grant County
Red (Metric score of 3):
- Whitley County
You can view results statewide above or click here.