New Rules In IN

In a new executive order, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says only retail businesses that provide necessities of life are allowed to remain open, as the number of COVID-19 cases in the state continues to climb. The governor also extended the state’s “stay at home” order, until April 20. In a teleconference from Indianapolis, Holcomb said retail businesses would be closed to foot traffic, much in the same way bars and restaurants have been. They can offer curbside pickup or delivery, if possible. Grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations and convenience stores and other businesses considered essential, can stay open. Holcomb also ordered state parks and campgrounds to close to campers.

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