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INDIANAPOLIS (WFFT) — The majority of Indiana's 35 confirmed COVID-19 deaths were patients 60 years old or older, according to data released by the Indiana Department of Health Monday.
A graph released by ISDH shows those over the age of 80 who died because of COVID-19 make up 40% of the state's 35 deaths.
Indiana Coronavirus cases as of March 30, 2020
Only one person, 2.9% of deaths, under age 50 has died from COVID-19.
Patients in their 50s account for 11.4% of deaths.
Patients in their 70s account for 28.6% of deaths.
Patients in their 60s are at 17.1% while those under 30 have not had a reported death.
Men make up nearly two-thirds of these deaths, according to the graph.
So far, 11,658 Hoosiers have been tested and 1,786 have been confirmed with having COVID-19.
Out of Indiana's 92 counties, 19 have at least one coronavirus-related death, including one in Allen County.