INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Holcomb has announced Indiana will be extending the stay-at-home order for another two weeks. At a daily press conference on the COVID-19 pandemic held Friday, Gov. Eric J. Holcomb announces that on Monday, April 6, he will sign an emergency order that extends the "Hunker Down Hoosiers" or stay-at-home order.
Gov. Holcomb also stated they are reviewing the order and will make changes based on current conditions. He said any changes will be announced Monday when he is expected to sign the order.
Indiana’s April 3 number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, was 3,473. The original order was issued on March 23 and took effect on March 25. It was originally expected to last until April 7.
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