The Indiana State Department of Health says they’ve diagnosed four new cases of HIV linked to the Scott County outbreak.
That brings the total number of people infected up to 188.
The Indiana State Department of Health says all of the new cases involve people who were identified as contacts of others previously diagnosed with HIV.
The majority of the cases associated with the outbreak have been linked to intravenous drug use.
State Epidemiologist Pam Pontones says those at risk for HIV should be retested every three months.