INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Holcomb announced on Friday that he will extend Indiana's Stay-at-home order on Monday to May 1. At the daily COVID-19 press conference on Friday, Gov. Eric J. Holcomb announces that on Monday, April 20, he will sign an emergency order that extends the "Hunker Down Hoosiers" or stay-at-home order until May 1. He said officials will review and adjust the current order as needed going forward before it is signed.
The original order was issued on March 6 and extended on April 6 for two weeks.
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