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On Tuesday the state reported 2,951 COVID-19 hospitalizations —the highest number ever.
Last week, Governor Eric Holcomb announced Indiana was no longer in stage 5 of his “Back On Track” plan to open the state.
He signed a new executive order with new COVID-10 restrictions. How the new restrictions are implemented depends on the color a county is designated on the state’s metrics map.
The health order relies on local and county health department to enforce new restrictions.
Monroe County remains “yellow” on state metrics, though the positivity rate is moving up.
This week, we will talk about rising COVID-19 numbers, upcoming holidays, and the new executive order.
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Note-This week of our guests and hosts will participate remotely to avoid risk of spreading infection. Because of this we will not be able to take callers live on-air.
Shandy Dearth, director of undergraduate epidemiology education at the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI
Dr. Tom Hrisomalos, MD IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians provider, specializing in infectious disease
Graham McKeen, Assistant University Director of Public and Environmental Health at Indiana University