Governor Holcomb extends health emergency through December 31

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has extended the public health disaster emergency through December 31, 2020.

The current order was scheduled to expire on Tuesday.

His order includes an extension of all COVID-19 related Executive Orders including the face covering requirement.

Indiana is no longer in stages of reopening, but restrictions based on each county’s status: Blue, yellow, orange or red.

Elkhart and La Grange counties are in the red. Fulton, Kosciusko, La Porte, Marshall, Pulaski, St. Joseph and Starke are all orange.

For orange status counties social gatherings and events are limited to 50 people, K-12 sports are limited to 25% capacity.

Counties in the red must limit social gatherings and events to 25 people, and K-12 sports attendance is restricted to family/guardians, participants and staff. Restaurants are encouraged to do curbside pickup and delivery, and businesses are encouraged to have employees work from home.

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