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.
Indiana health officials halted the use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine around the state April 13 after federal officials recommended a “pause” in its use to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.
Upcoming fuel price projections are anticipated to be the highest since summer 2018, with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continuing to affect petroleum markets.
An expansion to the Indiana Small Business Restart Grant will add $60 million to the program, providing businesses with triple the total allocation than originally planned.