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INDIANAPOLIS — “I felt like I was literally drowning,” said Amanda Wood, a Johnson County woman who has tested positive for the coronavirus. Her doctors suspect she picked up the virus during a work trip to Baltimore.
(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana is working to create more intensive-care capacity ahead of a coming surge in coronavirus cases. State Health Commissioner Kristina Box says she expects the number of patients to peak in mid-to-late- April, though she
STATE WIDE–Jails and prisons in Indian are overcrowded and the ACLU of Indiana says that’s a reason to let people out, if they can be let out safely, to avoid them or prison or jail staff getting
Dr. Becky Dixon says to make sure your kids aren’t just watching television and playing video games all day, every day.
(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indy is setting up an emergency loan fund to keep small businesses afloat during the coronavirus lockdown. The relief bill approved by Congress on Friday includes help for small businesses, and they’re also eligible for
STATEWIDE–You could soon be seeing gas stations in Indiana selling gas for less than a dollar per gallon because of the coronavirus. On March 23, Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy, said there was a