But state and local officials said some scenes from the weekend troubled them and, in some ways, did not bode well for the progress made on the path to reopening Indiana.
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A moment of discomfort donating blood could save up to three lives as well as being one of the ways to help others as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have an impact on all parts of the community.
Indiana state health officials said contact tracing will expand in the coming month in an attempt to gather more information about how many additional people may be affected by a positive COVID-19 case.
With COVID-19 affecting virtually everyone in Indiana, from the unemployed to even the state’s medical commissioner who had a family member test positive, the governor is poised to make a decision about whether to relax some of the state’s restrictions.
Indiana will expand COVID-19 testing across the state to work toward its goal of testing every symptomatic Hoosier as Gov. Eric Holcomb looks to reopen more areas of the state’s economy.
Indiana saw its largest single-day number of positive cases of COVID-19 Monday, with nearly 1,000 new cases reported as Gov. Eric Holcomb weighs reopening parts of Indiana’s economy.
The pot of federal money helping individuals, businesses, hospitals and governments weather the COVID-19 pandemic may be running dry.
The Indiana Election Commission approved an order Friday to confirm changes and offer procedural guidelines to those managing Indiana’s upcoming primary election, which has been delayed until June 2 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
While Indiana’s peak of COVID-19 cases may come later than expected, health officials say the state may be seeing a flattening of the curve.
Hoosier businesses are stepping up to produce the personal protective equipment that health care workers need as they treat people afflicted with COVID-19.