Roadmap to Reopening Holcomb Rescinds Temporary Halt On Non-Emergency Surgeries By Brandon Smith • Dec 30, 2020 Lauren Chapman / IPB News Hospitals across Indiana can once again schedule non-emergency, elective surgeries after Gov. Eric Holcomb said Wednesday he’ll lift the temporary ban on such procedures. Holcomb's Newly Public Order Illuminates Details On Enforcement, Restrictions By Lauren Chapman • Nov 15, 2020 Justin Hicks / IPB News Gov. Eric Holcomb signed his latest executive order, with new limited COVID-19 restrictions. The order, made public Friday, includes more details on enforcement and how counties will move through those restrictions. Holcomb Reimposes Limited COVID-19 Restrictions In Counties With Worsening Spread By Brandon Smith • Nov 11, 2020 Courtesy of the State Department of Health Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday he will reimpose some COVID-19 restrictions on counties failing to control spread of the virus. Holcomb Not Rethinking Lifted Restrictions As COVID-19 Data Trends In Wrong Direction By Brandon Smith • Oct 1, 2020 Justin Hicks / IPB News Gov. Eric Holcomb says he’s not rethinking his decision to lift almost all COVID-19 restrictions statewide, even as several COVID metrics have started to trend the wrong direction. Indiana Lifts Capacity Restrictions In Stage 5, But Restaurants Still Face Limitations By Samantha Horton • Sep 25, 2020 Lauren Chapman / IPB News This weekend, most businesses throughout Indiana will be able to fully reopen if they choose. While Stage 5 lifts capacity limits on businesses, bars and restaurants still face other restrictions. Indiana Remains Stuck In Reopening Stage For Another Month By Brandon Smith • Jul 30, 2020 Justin Hicks / IPB News Indiana’s reopening plan is stuck in park after Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday the state won’t move forward for at least another month. Indiana Keeps Its Reopening Plan On Hold Through July By Brandon Smith • Jul 15, 2020 Courtesy of the Governor's Office The state won’t advance its reopening plan for “at least” another two weeks, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday.