Holcomb Extends Indiana's COVID Emergency Status
By: Mike Stiles - Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Governor Eric Holcomb (file photo courtesy of State of Indiana)

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana's COVID-19 emergency status has been extended once again.

Monday afternoon, Governor Eric Holcomb signed Executive Order 21-22, renewing the public health emergency for 30 days. It is now set to expire on September 30.

Holcomb also signed Executive Order 21-23. That extends the Executive Order specific to COVID-19 through September 1. He says this short-term extension will allow for ongoing conversations with healthcare stakeholders to evaluate pertinent information that supports hospitals during the current COVID surge.


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