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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates

Working together & hunkering down to keep Hoosiers healthy

Governor Holcomb is working on safely opening Indiana’s economy — while remaining vigilant to protect Hoosiers’ health.

He’s announced his Back on Track Plan, a phased, systematic, data-driven plan for reopening our state while making sure our healthcare system is not overwhelmed.

Read Governor Holcomb’s Back on Track Plan Here

“We’ve developed a 5-stage roadmap that with our collective efforts, can help us reach the goal of having Indiana back on track by July 4th.” –Governor Eric Holcomb

Stage 3 for Getting Indiana Back on Track:

  • Social gatherings can include up to 100 people
  • Restaurant can serve customers at 50% capacity
  • Retail stores can operate at 75% capacity
  • Gyms may reopen with restrictions
  • Community pools and campgrounds can open
  • Recreational sports practices may begin following guidelines (contact sports will need to wait)
  • Basketball, tennis, soccer, baseball courts and fields may open
  • Youth summer day camps may begin
  • Raceways can begin competition with no spectators
  • State park inns are reopening

    COVID-19 Testing: One of the guiding principles of our phased reopening is the ability for Hoosiers to get tested. Find a testing site near you here: https://www.coronavirus.in.gov/2524.htm

State and Federal Public Health Resources

If you are experiencing coronavirus symptoms and believe you need medical assistance, contact your healthcare provider or call the Indiana Coronavirus Hotline (This is toll-free and open 24/7): 877-826-0011

You can find other information on the spread of COVID-19 at the links below:

Coronavirus Updates from the Indiana State Department of Health: https://www.in.gov/coronavirus

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines and National Information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Free Mental Health Resources
We’re all going through a lot right now. If you’ve felt increased anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues during this time, you’re not alone. There is a wide range of free resources available to all Hoosiers at the link below:

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