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INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 cases across Indiana continue to tick upward and hospitalizations are rising slowly as the state continues to see a slow but steady upward trend over the last few weeks.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Just over half of Hoosiers age 12 and older are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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KENDALLVILLE — The Indiana Department of Health is hosting a free mobile vaccination clinic at the Noble County Fairgrounds’ Merchants Building in Kendallville as part of its ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. It will be hosted from 3-8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday.

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Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a personal choice every person has to make, but there are some underlying commonalities when looking at who is and isn’t currently vaccinated in Indiana.

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INDIANAPOLIS — With Indiana now near 50% of its population 12 and over fully vaccinated against COVID-19, state health officials provided an update about the progress and continuing challenges in fighting the virus.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s vaccine uptake continues to dwindle, setting a new all-time low again this past week as all four counties in the northeast corner saw fewer than 100 new people come in for shots.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After three weeks at record-low levels, COVID-19 activity in Indiana is showing an increase to start July.

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ANGOLA — The delta variant of COVID-19 has prompted the Angola Common Council to extend the opportunity for city employees to work from home should there be a significant surge in cases.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Whether it’s the states rising vaccination rates, warmer weather, a combination of both or other unknown factors at play, what is known is that COVID-19 activity in Indiana hit its lowest level ever in June.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana is closing out June with another week of very low COVID-19 activity, with most of the state showing little spread of the virus.

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INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 vaccines in Indiana continue to prove to be highly effective, with minute percentages of people getting sick, hospitalized or dying after becoming fully vaccinated.

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INDIANAPOLIS — New COVID-19 activity has continued to decline through June, as the state continues seeing a drop as the state moves deeper into warm-weather months.

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INDIANAPOLIS — New COVID-19 activity has continued to decline through June, as the state continues seeing a drop as the state moves deeper into warm-weather months.

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INDIANAPOLIS — New COVID-19 activity has continued to decline through June, as the state continues seeing a drop as the state moves deeper into warm-weather months.

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INDIANAPOLIS — As has been the case almost every week since mid-April, COVID-19 vaccine uptake has declined compared to the week prior, once again setting a new record low.

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KENDALLVILLE — On Monday, East Noble will be offering a local opportunity for its students and their families to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

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INDIANAPOLIS — June continues to be a good month for Indiana in relation to COVID-19, as activity across the state remained low in almost all 92 counties for the second straight week.

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ROME CITY — A former Westview High School student and Rome City resident is the lead complainant on a lawsuit challenging Indiana University’s mandate that all students be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the 2021-22 school year or remain on advanced monitoring for the virus.

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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.