By Matt Rasnic |

The State Department of Health has reported the number of presumptive positive cases has risen to 126 across more than 30 counties. The Indiana death toll has risen to four.

People are still being asked to practice social distancing and to limit leaving their homes unless absolutely necessary. Some governors are issuing shelter-in-place orders for their states, Indiana has not followed suit. More than half of U.S. states have called on their National Guard as of this afternoon. Now, here is some news from around the state.
"At this point we have no evidence that companion animals, including pets, can spread or become ill by this coronavirus," Indiana State Veterinarian Bret Marsh says.

School closures are one major side effect of concerns about the spread of COVID-19 child psychologists say it's important to talk to kids.

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