Working together & hunkering down to keep Hoosiers healthy
There’s so many small ways we can all come together to make a big difference for our fellow Hoosiers during the COVID-19 pandemic. That means following the guidance issued by state and federal health leaders, staying up-to-date on the information available, and supporting each other during these difficult times.
“The best thing we can do for each other, for this generation, and for our economy, is to get a handle on the virus by slowing the spread. That’s what we have power over. That’s the power of one, and what you can do. That’s your power. And that’s the power, that together, we’ll remain Indiana strong!” – Governor Eric Holcomb
You can find public health resources from federal and state resources, information on Governor Holcomb’s Stay-At-Home order, and other relevant information below.
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
Indiana’s Stay-At-Home Order
“I’ve signed another Executive Order that calls on all Hoosiers to hunker down, stay at home…unless you’re going out on an essential errand, or essential work or essential business and operations.” – Governor Eric Holcomb
Governor Holcomb issued a Stay-At-Home Order on Monday in an effort to keep Hoosiers healthy and safe during this time. You can find out what this means for your family and local businesses around Indiana using this link: https://calendar.in.gov/site/gov/event/indiana-stay-at-home-order-faq/ If you want more details on what constitutes an “Essential Business,” please follow the link below: https://coronavirus.in.gov/2496.htm