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INDIANAPOLIS — The number of Hoosiers seeking COVID-19 vaccinations hit another new low this past week, returning to a familiar decline after a one-week blip up.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The number of Hoosiers seeking COVID-19 vaccinations hit another new low this week, returning to a recent declining trend after a one-week blip upward.

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INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 cases and positivity have dropped toward all-time lows again, although Noble County logged one additional COVID-19 death last week.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health will close COVID-19 testing sites run by OptumServe Health Services effective June 30 now that a robust community-led testing network is in place, including pharmacies, providers, clinics and local health departments.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County will not be impacted by an Indiana Department of Health decision to shut down OptumServe Health Services COVID-19 testing sites across the state.

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INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 cases and positivity dropped sharply this past week, one of the lowest numbers seen in recent history.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After a small bump in vaccines when Hoosiers 12-15 first became eligible, vaccination numbers have returned to freefall, with the number of shots being distributed continuing to crash.

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While the U.S. celebrated more than half of its adult population hitting the status of fully vaccinated against COVID-19, most parts of the four-county area are yet to hit even 40% of their eligible population vaccinated.

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INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 activity dropped across the state again, showing another week of improvement as cases, positivity, hospitalizations and deaths have declined.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After a bump in vaccinations during the first week of availability to Hoosiers age 12-15, shot numbers have tumbled again, falling lower statewide than they were even before the one-week increase.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Most of Indiana is now experiencing “low” spread of COVID-19, including two out of four counties locally as weekly ratings improved again this week.

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Angola High School students fanned out across the community Friday to help out with the Steuben County United Way Days of Caring project that’s been going on all month long. Students were at a variety of projects in the greater Angola area, working on everything from clearing brush at a dayc…

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INDIANAPOLIS — For the first time in a year, unemployment statistics show the stark difference between the first month that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic hit and now that the United States is emerging from the impact of the coronavirus.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County REMC is holding its annual meeting virtually again this year due to ongoing concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 activity dropped across the state for the second consecutive week as cases and positivity fell across Indiana.

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INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 activity dropped across the state for the second consecutive week as cases and positivity fell across Indiana.

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INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 activity dropped across the state for the second consecutive week as cases and positivity fell across Indiana.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After four weeks of declining vaccine uptake among Hoosiers, numbers ticked up again this past week after 12- to 15-year-olds became eligible to receive shots.

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ANGOLA — Thursday marked the final day Cameron Memorial Community Hospital will administer doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at the Steuben County Event Center.

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INDIANAPOLIS — All of the four northeast Indiana counties are in the yellow rating for COVID-19 spread, said information provided by the Indiana State Department of Health on Wednesday.

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ANGOLA — When vaccines against COVID-19 opened up for people ages 16 and older in April, McKenna Powers knew she wouldn’t have that long to wait to get her shot; her birthday is in the last week in May.

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ANGOLA — A representative of the Steuben County Board of Health gave an overview of a new law that cedes some control over emergency actions of local health boards and one member of the Steuben County Board of Commissioners favored the legislation.

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ANGOLA — The Angola High School music department is closing out its COVID-19-altered schedule with a couple special events.

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ANGOLA — As the Steuben County Health Department gears up to open a new COVID-19 vaccine clinic in the Steuben Community Center, interest is growing already from parents wanting to inoculate their children, Health Department Administrator Alicia Walsh says.

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ANGOLA — Now that the Steuben County Health Department is moving its COVID-19 vaccine clinic to the Steuben Community Center, it might also start providing vaccines in mobile situations.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County will continue to be one of the few sites in northeast Indiana to offer the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 after changes are made to local vaccine clinics.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers as young as 12 will soon be able to start receiving COVID-19 vaccines produced by Pfizer, after federal regulators have OK’d those shots for the younger age group.