Stay At Home Pushed Back In IN

The executive stay home order for Indiana that was supposed to expire today, will be extended to May 1, as planning is underway to reopen parts of the state’s economy. Gov. Eric Holcomb says a state task force is seeking ideas from various business sectors on how they can safely reopen for operators, workers and customers. Data on the virus and its impact across the state will guide decisions on stay home orders and reopening the economy, Holcomb told reporters.

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