By ZIP codes

The Elkhart County Health Department released novel coronavirus numbers by ZIP code Tuesday.

The information provided shows the largest number of cases in Elkhart and Goshen.

The five ZIP codes with the largest percentage increases were:

1 — Elkhart’s 46514, 21.6%

2 — Elkhart’s 46517, 21.5%

3 — Bristol’s 46507, 20.7%

4 — Wakarusa’s 46573, 20.4%

5 — New Paris’ 46553, 16.2%

Elkhart County Health Department releases ZIP code coronavirus stats

The Elkhart County Health Department has provided novel coronavirus numbers by ZIP code.

Town Total Cases Increase % Population % Increase
Bristol / 46507 227 39 2.49 20.7
Elkhart / 46514 1348 239 3.35 21.6
Elkhart / 46516 1499 198 4.47 15.2
Elkhart / 46517 1171 207 4.93 21.5
Goshen / 46526 1424 163 4.64 11.4
Goshen / 46528 1034 106 3.96 11.4
Nappanee / 46550 321 32 2.61 11.1
Middlebury / 46540 334 40 2.85 13.6
Wakarusa / 46573 183 31 5.13 20.4
Millersburg / 46543 94 10 2.57 11.9
New Paris / 46553 115 16 3.35 16.2

CONCORD SCHOOLS

Because of the high level of coronavirus activity in Elkhart County, Concord Community Schools Superintendent Dan Funston announced Wednesday grades seven to 12 will return to a hybrid format for the remainder of the semester.

According to Funston, “Today (Wednesday), the Indiana State Department of Health announced that Elkhart County remains at the orange level, signifying moderate to high community spread of the COVID-19 virus. At Concord, we have seen this high level of spread of the virus translate to 45 positive cases in our district over the past 10 days with over 300 students and staff put into quarantine. This has impacted our high school and junior high school the most with high numbers of secondary students being placed into quarantine.”

Beginning Monday, Concord Junior High and Concord High School students in grades seven to 12 will return to a hybrid format.

There will be no changes for students in kindergarten through sixth grade, he announced. K-6 students will remain in-person four days a week with virtual learning days on Fridays.

“CJHS and CHS students will be placed in the same Hybrid A/B groups as they were when we began the school year,” Funston writes. “Group A (last names A-K) will attend class on Mondays and Wednesdays and Group B (last names L-Z) will attend class on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fridays will be a virtual learning day for all grades. Students should check their Concord emails for additional information from their principals.”

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