INDIANAPOLIS (WOWO): While he held off on making any sort of official announcement during a public briefing yesterday, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb appears likely to extend his stay-at-home order in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Saying that state officials will “continue to monitor everything on a minute-to-minute basis,” Holcomb said he will make a decision on whether or not to extend the order within a week.
“Prepare to stay hunkered down, Hoosiers,” Holcomb added.
The order expires at 11:59pm on April 6th.
Holcomb is holding public briefings, which are live-streamed on his Facebook page, every afternoon at 2:30pm.