As Indiana saw the biggest increase in COVID-19 cases since the outbreak began, Gov. Eric Holcomb unveiled a new campaign aimed at pulling Hoosiers together to respond to uncertain times.
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The number of COVID-19 cases in Indiana rose to 2,159 Tuesday, and 49 people have now died from the novel respiratory illness, according to the latest reports from state health officials.
Cover photo: Dr. Kris Box, commissioner of the Indiana State Department of Health. Photo by Janet Williams, TheStatehouseFile.com
State health officials said Friday that coronavirus cases in Indiana probably won’t peak until mid-to-late April as they noted the daily tally of the disease—nearly 1,000 cases statewide and 17 deaths.
Indiana’s homeless population will now have a place to quarantine as the novel coronavirus outbreak spreads across the state.
Restrictions aimed to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus have put many Hoosiers out of work, with just over 22,500 applying for unemplo…
The Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse voted overwhelmingly Thursday to oppose efforts to decriminalize marijuana for medical or recreational use.