Holcomb extends coronavirus emergency order for 18th time

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Add another month to Indiana’s coronavirus emergency order.

On Thursday, Governor Holcomb extended the order that makes it easier for the state to deal with the coronavirus for the 18th time.

The order no longer contains any sort of mask requirement or limits on businesses but mainly covers technical matters.

The governor says Indiana’s coronavirus numbers continue to be too high. Indiana first went under its coronavirus emergency order back in March of last year.

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