INDIANAPOLIS — As Indiana enters August, the state is continuing to see slowly increasing COVID-19 activity, with case and hospitalization numbers rising.
INDIANAPOLIS — Everyone can now get a COVID-19 vaccine, as the Indiana Department of Health announced Tuesday that children younger than 5 years old are now finally eligible for immunizations.
INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 cases continue to slowly increase across Indiana for the sixth-straight week, while hospitalization numbers hold steady.
INDIANAPOLIS — With five weeks left to go in the 2021-22 flu season, rates remain minimal and aren’t likely to tick up in any appreciable way for the last month.
INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 has mostly retreated across Indiana this spring to record low numbers, but it left a path of destruction behind it over the last two years, none more apparent than in the cost to the state’s oldest Hoosiers.
INDIANAPOLIS — Flu rates across Indiana dropped off slightly since last week, typical for this time of year as cases drop off as warmer weather settles in.
INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 might be down and out at the moment, but for high-risk individuals who want to be proactive in case it makes a comeback, a second booster shot is available to bolster their immune response.
INDIANAPOLIS — It’s not a clean sweep, but March 2022 makes a strong claim for the title of the best month yet since the start of the pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — In the opinion of Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita, schools are not liable for any damages that may have occurred due to COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on April 7 in a lawsuit over how much power the governor can execute during a public emergency and whether the Indiana General Assembly is within its rights to give itself more of a say.
INDIANAPOLIS — As the pandemic and the national response to it changes and evolves, so, too, is the Indiana Department of Health evolving its tools to keep people in the know about what’s going on.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s COVID-19 numbers are the narrowest shade off their all-time lows as the state continues to see weekly improvement, even if there’s much more the figures can improve.
INDIANAPOLIS — More than half of Indiana counties are now experiencing low spread of COVID-19 as county ratings improved again this week, approaching some of their best marks ever.
INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 deaths had remained stubbornly high to start 2021 but are now finally starting to drop more rapidly as the state continues to see near-record-low cases.
INDIANAPOLIS — Now nearly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, long-range data shows something health officials have been saying for more than a year now — vaccines save lives.
INDIANAPOLIS — Slightly over half of Indiana is still seeing very high spread of COVID-19, but for the first time in more than a month county ratings broke in the right direction with dozens of counties improving out of red ratings.
AUBURN — The Indiana State Department of Health announced Tuesday that the time for its COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinic this week at the DeKalb County Fairgrounds has changed.
INDIANAPOLIS — Flu rates dropped against as Indiana continues to see “minimal” spread of seasonal influenza as this year continues to be one of the state’s milder seasons.