Holcomb extends stay-at-home order through first of May

Governor Eric Holcomb has officially extended Indiana’s stay-at-home order through the first of May.

In his daily press conference from Indianapolis, Holcomb made the announcement that it will go through May 1st at 11:59 PM. He announced on Friday that the plan was to extend the order.

He also lifted a moratorium on hospitals for non-emergent procedures, saying that facilities can resume such procedures Tuesday. The state will be taking a step-by-step approach as far as opening, Holcomb saying it won’t be the “flip of a switch,” but will be data driven and thoroughly discussed.