As of August 1st, more than half of Indiana has been classified in the high-risk category for spreading Covid-19. 53 counties - including Shelby and Rush counties - are listed as high community risk of spreading Covid-19. There were also 35 more counties listed as "medium" risks, including Wayne, Randolph, Delaware, Henry, Fayette and Franklin counties. Over the past seven days, Indiana has recorded 15,576 new cases and 56 deaths. Wayne County reported 288 cases, Henry county 143 cases, Fayette county 111 cases, Union County 6 cases, and Randolph County 60 cases. In Ohio, Preble and Darke counties are both classified as "high-risk". Preble recorded 97 cases and Darke 201. All local counties had no deaths in the week prior. Currently, all Americans age 5 and over are eligible for a booster shot five months after their initial series. A second booster is now recommended for those 50 and over and for younger people with serious health issues.