stay-at-home order

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Hoosiers must stay at home as much as possible for another two weeks, through April 20 after Gov. Eric Holcomb officially extended his order Monday.

Holcomb made some changes regarding how businesses must follow the latest "Stay-At-Home" directive.

Essential retail businesses – grocery stores, supermarkets, gas stations, hardware stores, pet stores – can stay open. But they must limit their customers to help observe social distancing guidelines. They must also adjust hours to help accommodate older customers.

Justin Hicks / IPB News

 

The Indiana State Department of Health reported 25 additional deaths over the weekend, bringing the state’s total to 127. The state announced a total of 4,411 confirmed cases, with more than 22,500 Hoosiers tested.

Holcomb To Extend “Stay-At-Home” Order Monday

Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Friday he will extend the state’s “Stay-At-Home” order through April 20. 

The state’s current order expires at 11:59 p.m. Monday. 

Lauren Chapman / IPB News

 

Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Friday he will extend the state’s “Stay-At-Home” order through April 20. 

The state’s current order expires at 11:59 p.m. Monday. 

“We’ve taken the two-week approach because it gives us – we’re more nimble to be able to address the executive order in its entirety,” Holcomb says.

Holcomb says he’ll announce new changes to the order Monday, which could include some of what other states have done – like limiting the number of people allowed in stores.

Stan Jastrzebski / WBAA News

This week on WBAA’s Ask The Mayor: Indiana is in week two of a statewide stay-at-home order. How are West Lafayette residents responding to the restrictions, and how will the city respond if the order is extended? And what’s the continued impact for local businesses on lockdown?

Gov. Eric Holcomb says he’s pleased by the progress with his "Stay-At-Home" order since it took effect Wednesday.

Lauren Chapman / IPB News

 

Two more Hoosiers died from COVID-19 Wednesday according to the Indiana State Department of Health. Both were over the age of 60 and had underlying health conditions – one was from Hancock County and one was from Howard County. More than 475 cases have been confirmed, as more than 3,300 tests have been confirmed by the state health department.

Holcomb: Indiana’s Economy Is Going To Bounce Back

Lauren Chapman / IPB News

 

Indiana’s “Stay-At-Home” order went into effect at midnight, but questions on how it will be enforced remain unclear. And the Indiana State Department of Health announced Tuesday five more Hoosiers died from the novel coronavirus, bringing the state’s total to 12.

Stay-At-Home Goes Into Effect

A statewide order for Hoosiers to stay at home unless conducting essential business goes into effect at midnight.

But it’s unclear how that order will be enforced.

Emilie Syberg / WBAA

 

 

Indiana’s stay-at-home order, issued by Governor Eric Holcomb Monday to combat the spread of COVID-19, also closed down a list of businesses considered non-essential. That includes hair salons, barber shops, spas--and tattoo parlors. 

Gov. Eric Holcomb is ordering all Hoosiers to stay at home for the next two weeks unless they’re conducting “essential business.”

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