Governor issues updated stay at home order

Governor issues updated stay at home order
By: State Senator Ed Charbonneau Last Updated: April 10, 2020

Gov. Holcomb recently issued a new two-week stay-at-home order to continue Indiana's efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 by further limiting face-to-face interactions among people.

Retail businesses that provide necessities of life – such as grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations – may remain open but should limit the number of customers in the establishment at any given time; should implement hours for elderly and other vulnerable populations; should limit hours of operation in order to restock and clean; and must comply with all mitigation measures to protect employees and the public. A list of such businesses is included in the executive order.

All other retail businesses may remain open if they restrict sales to online or call-in ordering with delivery or curbside pickup. They must also comply with social distancing, sanitation and other mitigation measures to protect their employees and the public. 

For frequently asked questions about Gov. Holcomb's stay-at-home executive order, click here.

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Remote Learning Resources

With Hoosier students of all ages now learning from home in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, many organizations are offering free online educational resources.

For more COVID-19-related resources, click here.