Gov. Holcomb Says Indiana is "On Fire" With COVID, Announces New Restrictions


STATEWIDE -- Indiana's latest coronavirus restrictions are putting a hold on non-emergency procedures at hospitals across the state and take away the power of local public health managers to handle local crowds. 

Governor Eric Holcomb has ordered hospitals to postpone or reschedule all non-emergency procedures until after January 3rd. 

The governor also imposed a crowd limit of 25 for the hardest hit counties, and 50 for most other counties in the state. That order also takes away the option for local health managers to issue exemptions. 

Governor Holcomb said the state is "on fire" with the coronavirus.