Elkhart County Approaching Red Level

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The Elkhart County Health Department in Indiana expects the county’s COVID-19 alert level to move to red next week.

The alert level reached orange, the second of four levels in the state’s color-coded system, last week and moved closer to a higher-risk level this week, state data show.

Going to the red level would mean that the state would engage the local health department and health providers to discuss taking actions such as restrictions on the size of social gatherings, business capacity restrictions, limits on visitation in congregate care, jails, hospitals, and closure of senior centers, rescheduling elective hospital procedures, and restricting attendance at K-12 extracurricular activities.

To read the full story from the Elkhart Truth, click here.

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