The number of new COVID-19 infections in Elkhart County continues to decline, Elkhart Truth reported, causing the county’s weekly coronavirus score to turn blue for the first time since early March.
After on-site meetings to assess Nashville, Tennessee’s state, the North American Trailer Dealers Assocation (NATDA) announced its 2021 Trailer Show will be a “fully open” event.
RVer membership club Harvest Hosts unveiled its newest study on consumer travel mindsets, highlighting a split when it comes to safety decisions – such as vaccine passport use.
Coronavirus-related restrictions were eliminated in Elkhart County and elsewhere May 10 after Indiana legislators overrode Gov. Eric Holcomb’s veto of a bill that requires county elected officials to approve any health orders that are more stringent than the state.
A county-wide, bipartisan push to encourage Elkhart residents to get vaccinated for COVID-19 was launched May 5.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration announced May 4 that COVID-19 mitigation orders, except masking, will be lifted May 31, which is Memorial Day.
The North American Trailer Dealers Association (NATDA) saw a “considerable” increase in show interest after reports Nashville would lift its COVID-19 restrictions May 14.
The Elkhart County mask mandate and limitations on event capacities will end if Gov. Eric Holcomb signs S.B. 5 – a bill that would move power to implement restrictions from the county health officer to the county Board of Commissioners.