Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush tests positive for COVID-19

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Loretta H. Rush, Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court, has tested positive for coronavirus.

The Chief Justice tested positive on Sep. 13 after a family member tested positive, according to the Office of Judicial Administration.

Chief Justice Rush self-isolated after learning of the relative’s positive test, has been working remotely and has not been to the State House since Sep. 1.

She is currently quarantined and continuing to work remotely.

The Indiana Supreme Court and Clerk’s Office remain open, with continued adjustments in place to protect the health and well-being of employees and the community.

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