Indiana’s public health emergency will be extended
INDIANAPOLIS -- Governor Eric Holcomb announced on Wednesday that he plans to extend the state public health emergency and the executive order for another 30 days.
"Following the announcement that the General Assembly will not return on Monday, Nov. 29, I plan to extend the state public health emergency and the executive order next week for another 30 days to preserve the necessary provisions,” said Governor Holcomb.
Governor Holcomb had stated that he would end the public health emergency if legislators would agree on legal changes to keep pandemic benefits in place.
However, there will not be a special session held on Monday to make those changes.