Elkhart County moves to orange status on Indiana’s COVID-19 map

There's good news on the local front about the coronavirus...but it's cautious optimism. During Indiana's weekly COVID-19 update on Wednesday, State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina...

Michigan judge turns down request for injunction for restaurants

A federal judge in Michigan has refused to block the state's ban on indoor dining during the recent surge in COVID-19 cases. Restaurants around the...

Health leaders warning states to prepare for maximum hospital capacity

If you have to go to the hospital, you can probably get a bed. But, it may not stay that way. Indiana is the...

Sen. Young among lawmakers frustrated over lack of a coronavirus relief package

Lawmakers are growing ever more frustrated with each other as they still cannot come to an agreement on a coronavirus relief package. Republicans continue...

St. Joseph County COVID-19 testing moving to fairgrounds

The St. Joseph county Health System is moving its COVID-19 testing site starting on Monday. The new site is a familiar one, the St....

Positive tests, close contacts, resulting in more teacher shortages in Indiana

Schools all across Indiana are experiencing teacher shortages as more teachers are either testing positive for coming into close contact with COVID-19. The shortages are...

Indiana is #2 in the nation for people hospitalized with COVID-19 per capita

Indiana now has more people hospitalized for COVID-19 per capita than 48 other states. Only South Dakota is doing worse, according the COVID Tracking Project....

Elkhart County limits access to municipal buildings

Access is now limited to Elkhart County's municipal buildings. Due to the pandemic, the county is limiting access to facilities such as the Elkhart County...

Holcomb extends Indiana’s Public Health Emergency to Dec. 31

Governor Holcomb extended Indiana's COVID-19 Public Health Emergency on Tuesday. He signed Executive Order 20-49, which extends the emergency an additional 30 days, which stretches...

Elkhart County adopts fines for repeat COVID-19 regulation violators

Elkhart County businesses could begin seeing fines if they are caught repeatedly violating county mask mandate. Those fines could be as high as $5,000...

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