INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is explaining where he stands on the issues of bars staying open during the pandemic.
In Wednesday’s COVID-19 briefing, Holcomb said with the proper information he is leaving it up to local leaders to help mitigate the spread of the virus in restaurant settings.
The governor said local leaders can help flatten the curve without having the state come in and make more strict guidelines.
Lastly, Holcomb did credit Hoosiers with doing several things right like wearing masks and following other health and safety guidelines.