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Indiana, Michigan squarely in the middle of the pack when it comes to COVID restrictions

Indiana National Guardsmen, local law enforcement and civilian personnel, partner together to conduct COVID-19 testing throughout north east Indiana on April 27, 2020. (Photo by Cpl. Hannah Clifton)

It turns out Indiana and Michigan are right in the middle of the road among states when it comes to coronavirus restrictions.

A number of different considerations went into the report, posted at WalletHub and using data reported through Monday.

Both of the Dakotas and Wisconsin had the fewest public restrictions, with California and New Hampshire having the most.

Indiana and Michigan were ranked 24th and 25th, respectively.

The data included considerations like whether child-care programs and restaurants were reopened in the state, and the details of any shelter-in-place orders.

You can view the full report here.

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