The Franklin County Health Department today announced receiving two new positive cases for COVID-19, bringing Franklin County’s totals to 92. Both new patients are adults. No further information about the patients will be released due to privacy laws.

Health officials also announced that two more patients have recovered from the coronavirus and have been released from quarantine, bringing Franklin County’s total recovered patients to 55. Health officials also announced today that one patient, a person in their 60s has been removed from a ventilator and is breathing on their own, but still in the hospital.

“We have been working with United Way of Franklin County for resources for those affected by COVID-19,” said Franklin County E.M.A. Director Amy Lindsey. “United Way developed a flowchart directing citizens where to go if they are in need of assistance,” continued Director Lindsey.

Citizens wishing to donate to United Way of Franklin County COVID-19 relief can go to their website at https://www.uwfcin.org/, their Facebook page at United Way of Franklin County, Indiana, or mailing checks to United Way of Franklin County P.O. Box 105 Brookville, IN 47012.

For the latest information on COVID-19, go to www.coronavirus.gov, or locally at www.franklincounty.in.gov. Follow us on Facebook at Franklin County Sheriff’s Department and Franklin County Health Department.