Governor Holcomb provides update on state's response to COVID-19

NOW: Governor Holcomb provides update on state’s response to COVID-19

INDIANAPOLIS— During his daily press conference, Governor Eric Holcomb and several other state leaders provided an update to the state's response to COVID-19.

Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch filled in for Holcomb at the state capitol on Thursday.

Governor Holcomb joined Vice President Mike Pence in Kokomo at a General Motors plant that is producing ventilators to aid in the COVID-19 response. 

The first death under the age of 19 was reported during the week of April 27, Dr. Kristina Box said. 

Initial unemployment claims are going down week-to-week in Indiana, officials said. 

Officials released data regarding the enforcement of Holcomb’s stay-at-home order.

To date, there have been 1,264 complaints submitted to the state in relation to the stay-at-home order. 1,130 of those complaints were unfounded and 115 verbal warnings have been issued.

No cease and desist letters have been issued because of the stay-at-home order in Indiana, officials said. 

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