Indiana state officials say they’re seeing encouraging signs in COVID-19 data across the state.
But they emphasize the need for continued vigilance as talk of reopening the economy intensifies.
Gov. Eric Holcomb says he’ll be monitoring the “facts on the ground” to decide when businesses can start to reopen.
“We’ll be looking at our supply chain – is it sufficient? Our PPE levels, our hospital beds, our [ventilators]," Holcomb says. "We’ll be looking at, like I said, our testing ability, our tracing.”