INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Indiana health officials have confirmed 28 more COVID-19 deaths, and the state’s seven-day rolling average of new cases of respiratory disease has doubled in three weeks.
Gov. Eric Holcomb cited the increase in cases on Wednesday when he said he would continue the mandate for another month, although he decided to reintroduce stricter restrictions at the state level.
Instead, Dr. outlined Lindsay Weaver, Chief Medical Officer of the Indiana State Department of Health, actions that should occur within each county based on its assessment in the state’s color-coded coronavirus risk classification system.
However, none of the recommendations have guaranteed limitations or specific enforcement mechanisms.
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