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ANGOLA — With steadily declining cases and deaths from COVID-19, the daily update typically published by The Herald Republican will now be published once a week.

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Another 5,000 residents of the four-county area received COVID-19 vaccines this past week as the regional total approaches 24,000 overall.

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INDIANAPOLIS —Just a few days before the one-year anniversary of Indiana’s first confirmed COVID-19 case, Indiana has administered vaccines to its first 1 million Hoosiers vaccinated against the virus.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After posting some of its best COVID-19 numbers ever in February, the state is opening March on a low note, and not in a negative way.

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INDIANAPOLIS — It’s not exactly a 1-to-1 comparison, but arguably, February was Indiana’s best month ever for COVID-19.

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LAGRANGE — The LaGrange County Health Department has closed down the COVID-19 vaccination clinic it was operating in the community room of the LaGrange County Public Library, and moved the entire operation to Howe where it has been set up inside the gym at the former Lima-Brighton Elementary…

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LAGRANGE – Life is pretty much back to normal for Molly Sharp, a resident at Life Care Center of LaGrange. Sharp is back doing all the things she loves, like bingo and crafts.

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INDIANAPOLIS — More than 21,000 residents in the four-county area have now had at least one shot of a COVID-19 vaccine, and just over 10,000 have received two shots, granting them full immunity from the virus.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana logged just over 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, but deaths were low and positivity remains very low as the state continues to see less virus activity.

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ALBION — If you don’t quite qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine yet but have a serious medical condition, the Noble County Health Department is building a call list of people who could get any “extra” doses available at the end of the clinic day.

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The thrill of hurtling along a remote trail, coupled with Americans’ ongoing desire to get outside during the pandemic, is creating the biggest boom in more than two decades for the snowmobiling industry.

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INDIANAPOLIS — DeKalb County recorded one new COVID-19 death, just the fifth in the four-county area this month, while statewide virus numbers continue to remain low.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health announced today that Hoosiers age 60 and older are now eligible to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health announced today that Hoosiers age 60 and older are now eligible to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine.

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INDIANAPOLIS — In the 20th week of annual flu surveillance in Indiana, not much has changed — Indiana is still seeing minimal impact from flu.

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Social distancing and face masks — while helping to keep us physically healthy — in many cases, distance us from the relationships and social gatherings that help to keep us mentally healthy.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Statewide COVID-19 cases ticked up slightly on Saturday compared to past days, but positivity is still holding below 5% even after rising slightly.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The number of residents in the four-county area who received new COVID-19 vaccinations dropped a bit this week compared to last week as bad weather hit the state and caused disruptions in vaccine distribution.