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Coronavirus has reached northern Indiana

A chemists puts on gloves as he prepares hydroalcoholic gel solution for professionals in Paris, Monday, March 9, 2020. The government allowed chemists to produce hydroalcoholic gels due to shortage in France. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

The fourth case of coronavirus in The Hoosier State has been confirmed, and this time it’s been found in Noble County.

Dr. Terry Gaff of the Noble County Health Department says tests on a patient have come back with a “presumptive positive” result of COVID-19 and is now in isolation at an unspecified Noble County medical facility.

The East Noble School Corporation has told parents that the patient does not have school-age children and doesn’t live within the school district, so schools are not expecting to close as a preventative measure at this time.

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