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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — More restaurants are utilizing Grubhub, Postmates and different companies due to restrictions put in place throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Some third-get together supply suppliers are itemizing some restaurants without their consent, inflicting points for these companies when supply drivers present up anticipating an order.

Joshua Gonzales owns two restaurants in Indianapolis. He says he began having points when he reopened after a lockdown to curb the virus. He says he isn’t the one one coping with the third-get together supply downside; he has talked with different restaurant homeowners scuffling with the identical points.

Gonzales owns Thunderbird and Jailbird. Not lengthy after his restaurants reopened from the lockdown, he began seeing supply drivers present as much as at his door.

“Drivers would present as much as the bar trying to decide up an order,” Gonzales stated, “they usually have been all the time ordering issues that have been from menus like years in the past, years prior.”

He by no means bought the order as a result of his companies have by no means used a 3rd-get together supply service.

“We have by no means partnered with them. That is just not one thing that we do. I attempt to keep away from it. They take a big chunk of charges and a big chunk of the income from the gross sales so now we have by no means achieved it,” Gonzales stated.

The restaurant then has to name the shopper to elucidate the confusion as to why they’ll’t fulfill the order.

“You’re ordering meals that we don’t supply anticipating a supply that we are able to’t present,” Gonzales stated.

He says that the websites would additionally list incorrect cellphone numbers that weren’t for his restaurants.

News Eight reached out to Grubhub, Postmates, and Doordash about the issue. Grubhub responded.

“Grubhub locations restaurants on our platform to supply diners selection and to extend the quantity of orders for the restaurants. Restaurant homeowners can request removing by reaching out to us at [email protected], and Thunderbird is now not on our platform.”

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Gonzales says he has needed to attain out to Grubhub, DoorDash, and Postmates a number of occasions to get his restaurants eliminated solely to see them relisted later.

“Super-frustrating, as a result of then I’ve bought to get on the cellphone and make a name in the midst of service, ‘Hey, why is my web site right here? Why is my enterprise being listed? I’m not a associate.’ And like I stated, that might take hours on the cellphone,” Gonzales stated. “I’ve been listed from DoorDash a number of occasions, Grubhub a number of occasions; now now we have been listed on Postmates.”

Thunderbird and Jailbird use a distinct third-get together service, ChowNow, that permits clients to put pickup orders, however the restaurants don’t supply supply.

After News Eight reached out to inquiry concerning the points, each restaurants have been faraway from Grubhub. Neither is now listed on DoorDash, however eventually test each are nonetheless listed on Postmates.

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Indiana coronavirus timeline

With data from the Indiana Department of Health via Feb. 10, 2021, this timeline displays up to date tallies of deaths and constructive checks previous to that date.

  • March 6, 2020: Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) confirms the primary case in Indiana. Officials say the Marion County resident had lately traveled to Boston to attend a BioGen convention as a contractor.
  • March 8: ISDH confirms a second case. An grownup in Hendricks County who had additionally traveled to the BioGen convention was positioned in isolation. Noblesville Schools say a dad or mum and that dad or mum’s kids will probably be self-quarantining after attending an out-of-state occasion the place another person examined constructive.
  • March 9: Avon Community School Corp. says a pupil on March 8 examined constructive.
  • March 10: ISDH launches an online tracker. Ball State University basketball followers be taught the Mid-American Conference tourney may have no followers within the stands. Three companies working nursing houses in Indiana announce they’ll now not permit guests.
  • March 11: The Indianapolis-based NCAA publicizes the Final Four basketball tournaments will probably be carried out with important employees and restricted household attendance. The Big Ten publicizes all sports activities occasions, together with the lads’s basketball match at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, may have no followers beginning March 12. Ball State University suspends in-particular person courses the remainder of the spring semester. NBA suspends all video games, together with the Indiana Pacers, till additional discover. Butler University and the University of Indianapolis lengthen spring break, after which they’ll have digital courses.
  • March 12: Gov. Eric Holcomb publicizes new protections that led to prolonged public college closings and the cancellation of huge occasions throughout the state. The NCAA cancels its basketball tournaments. The Big Ten suspends all sporting occasions via the winter and spring seasons. The league together with the Indy Fuel hockey group suspends its season. Indy Eleven says it’s going to reschedule 4 matches. Indianapolis’ annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is canceled. 
  • March 13: The Indiana High School Athletic Association postpones the boys basketball match. Wayzata Home Products, a Connersville cupboard maker, shuts down and lays off its whole workforce as a result of market uncertainty. Gov. Holcomb publicizes actions together with the elimination of Medicaid co-pays for COVID-19 testing and the lifting of limits on the variety of work hours per day for drivers of business autos. Franklin College says it’s going to start online courses March 18 and empty residence halls of scholars in two days. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis closes indefinitely. The Indianapolis Public Library joins different libraries throughout Indiana and closes all amenities indefinitely.
  • March 14: The Indiana Gaming Commission says all licensed gaming and racing operations will shut in two days for an indefinite interval.
  • March 15: Indiana had its first dying. St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis publicizes it’s going to droop all elective, non-pressing surgical procedures.
  • March 16: Indiana had its second dying. Gov. Holcomb introduced the primary Hoosier dying. He closes bars, restaurants and nightclubs to in-particular person patrons, however maintains carryout and supply companies.
  • March 17: Indiana had its third and fourth deaths. ISDH publicizes Indiana’s second dying. Indiana’s Catholic bishops cancel lots indefinitely. Gov. Holcomb prompts the National Guard. Purdue, Butler and Indiana State universities cancel May graduation ceremonies.
  • March 18: Indiana had its fifth dying. Eli Lilly and Co. says it’s going to use its labs to hurry up testing in Indiana. The 500 Festival suspends all occasions. Simon Property Group closes all malls and retail properties.
  • March 19: Gov. Holcomb extends Indiana’s state of emergency into May. Holcomb says he’ll shut all Okay-12 public and nonpublic colleges. Standardized testing was canceled. The state’s earnings-tax and company-tax cost deadline was prolonged to July 15. Holcomb says the state will waive job search necessities for folks making use of for Temporary Assistance to Needy Families. The IHSAA Boys Basketball State Tournament was canceled. The Marion County Emergency Operations Center upgrades to Level 1 standing.
  • March 20: Indiana’s dying toll rose to 9. ISDH publicizes Indiana’s third dying. Gov. Holcomb strikes the state’s main election to June 2. Indiana University says it’s suspending May graduation ceremonies on all campuses.
  • March 21: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 14. ISDH publicizes Indiana’s fourth dying. Indiana National Guard says it and the Department of Transportation are distributing medical provides to hospitals.
  • March 22: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 18. ISDH publicizes seven deaths.
  • March 23: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 23. Holcomb orders Hoosiers deemed nonessential to “keep at residence” from March 24-April 7. Eli Lilly & Co. begins drive-via testing for the coronavirus for well being care staff with a physician’s order. Ball State University cancels the May graduation.
  • March 24: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 28. Fred Payne of Indiana Workforce Development says any Hoosiers out of labor, together with momentary layoffs, are eligible to use for unemployment advantages.
  • March 25: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 34. Indianapolis Motor Speedway publicizes the Indianapolis 500 is moved to Aug. 23.
  • March 26: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 43.
  • March 27: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 46.
  • March 28: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 58.
  • March 29: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 76.
  • March 30: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 91.
  • March 31: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 100, to 112. Gov. Holcomb extends the bounds of bars and restaurants to supply solely “to go” and “carryout” via April 6. Indiana well being commissioner Dr. Kristina Box, requested about when Indiana will probably be in a surge of COVID-19 circumstances, says she thinks the surge is beginning.
  • April 1: Officials lengthen Marion County’s “keep at residence” order via May 1. Marion County health officials say they’ll begin COVID-19 testing companies for entrance-line staff.
  • April 2: The state publicizes Okay-12 colleges will probably be closed for the remainder of the varsity 12 months. The Indiana High School Athletic Association cancels spring sports activities seasons.
  • April 3: Gov. Holcomb extends the “keep at residence” order via April 20. The state receives a federal Major Disaster Declaration for all 92 counties. The Indiana National Guard says it, the Army Corps of Engineers and state well being officers will start to evaluate websites for alternate well being care amenities.
  • April 4: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 200.
  • April 6: The state studies a Madison County nursing residence has had 11 deaths. Gov. Holcomb extends the “keep at residence” order via April 20. He additionally limits extra companies to hold-out solely.
  • April 7: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 300. Indiana well being commissioner Box says 4 lengthy-time period care amenities have 22 deaths that look like associated to COVID-19.
  • April 10: ISDH stated 24 residents of an extended-time period care facility in Madison County have died from COVID-associated sickness.
  • April 11: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 400.
  • April 15: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 500.
  • April 16: Indiana information greater than 10,000 constructive coronavirus checks. The governor says he expects Indiana to expertise a reopening in early May.
  • April 17: The governor says that he’ll lengthen the “keep at residence” order via May 1.
  • April 20: Gov. Holcomb extends the “keep at residence” order to May 1. The governor additionally says, if the medical provide chain is in good condition, different elective medical procedures can resume April 27.
  • April 22: The Tyson facility in Logansport voluntarily closes so 2,200 staff will be examined for COVID-19.
  • April 24: The Indianapolis City-County Council approves $25 million to assist small companies. Fishers City Council creates a metropolis well being division with a plan to check each resident.
  • April 25: ISDH says it’s going to launch an antibody testing examine for Hoosiers; 1000’s of residents have been randomly chosen to take part within the examine.
  • April 27: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 1,000.
  • April 28: Indiana officers say they’ll open COVID-19 testing to extra Hoosiers, with expanded standards and new testing companies at 20 websites across the state.
  • April 29: The state says it’s going to spent $43 million on contact tracing.
  • April 30: Indianapolis extends its keep-at-residence order via May 15.
  • May 1: Gov. Holcomb announces a phased reopening plan for the state of Indiana. He additionally extends the keep-at-residence order to May 4.
  • May 3: Indiana information greater than 20,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • May 4: Indiana enters Stage 2 of its Back on Track plan, which excludes Cass County till May 18, and Lake and Marion counties till May 11.
  • May 6:The state begins testing for all Hoosiers at 20 websites, with plans to develop the variety of websites to 50 in every week. Ivy Tech Community College says it’s going to proceed digital courses when summer time programs start in June. 
  • May 8: Cris Johnston, director of the Office of Budget and Management, says the state missed out on practically $1 billion in anticipated April revenues; all state businesses will probably be given price range-reducing targets. Purdue University OKs plans to reopen for the autumn semester with social distancing and different security measures.
  • May 13: The first section of a state-sponsored examine of the coronavirus estimated about 186,000 Hoosiers had COVID-19 or the antibodies for the novel virus by May 1. Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced plans for restricted reopenings of worship companies, retail institutions, libraries and restaurants.
  • May 15: Simon Property Group reopens Castleton Square Mall, Circle Centre Mall, and Fashion Mall at Keystone
  • May 18: Indiana studies its first case of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in a baby. The Farbest Foods turkey-processing plant in Huntingburg is closed for three days; 91 folks had examined constructive there.
  • May 21: Indiana information greater than 30,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • May 22: Indiana advances to Stage Three of the Back on Track reopening plan. Indianapolis closes parts of 5 streets to permit restaurants to reopen with outside eating solely.
  • May 26: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 2,000.
  • May 27: Indiana University says the autumn semester may have in-particular person and online programs, plus an adjusted calendar via May 2021. Ball State University says the autumn semester will probably be 13 straight weeks of in-particular person courses with no break day on Labor Day and no fall break.
  • May 29: Places of worship in Marion County can start holding indoor companies at 50% capability with correct social distancing. Jim Schellinger, Indiana secretary of commerce, stated the federal Paycheck Protection Program has made 73,430 loans in Indiana totaling $9,379,164,461, the federal Economic Injury Disaster Loan program has made 5,070 loans in Indiana totaling $445,428,500, and the federal Economic Injury Disaster Loans Advance program has made 38,365 grants in Indiana totaling $136,554,000.
  • June 1: Marion County restaurants begins serving clients indoors and outdoor with 50% capability. Marion County salons, tattoo parlors reopen by appointment solely. Marion County gyms, health facilities and swimming pools reopen with 50% capability and no contact sports activities. However, a Marion County curfew that started the evening of May 31 and continued into the morning of June Three after rioting impacted the reopening of some companies.
  • June 3: Phase 2 of statewide testing of random Hoosiers by the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI and the Indiana State Department of Health begins.
  • June 5: Indiana studies May tax revenues have been 20% in need of projections made earlier than the coronavirus closings began.
  • June 8: Indianapolis leaders comply with spend $79 million in coronavirus relief funding on contact tracing, hire reduction, private protecting gear and help for small companies.
  • June 12: Indiana, excluding Marion County, advances to Stage Four of reopening plan.
  • June 15: Casinos and parimutuel racing reopen within the state. Marion County’s public libraries start a phased reopening.
  • June 19: Marion County advances to Stage Four of state’s reopening plan.
  • June 24: The governor says the state’s moratorium on the eviction on renters will probably be prolonged via July. Indiana publicizes it’s going to create a rental help program July 13. Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon says he has examined constructive for COVID-19.
  • June 27: Indiana hospitalizations for COVID-19 start to extend, with about 33 new sufferers a day via July 1.
  • July 1: The governor pauses Stage 5 last reopening plan, publicizes Stage 4.5 from July 4-17.
  • July 4: Indiana’s Stage 4.5 reopening plan begins.
  • July 9: Indiana information greater than 50,000 constructive coronavirus checks. Marion County mandates masks-carrying.
  • July 10: Indianapolis Public Schools publicizes its reopening plans.
  • July 11: Indy Eleven resumes 2020 season with victory at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis reopens.
  • July 13: Indiana begins rental help program for all counties however Marion County. Marion County begins its personal rental help program.
  • July 15: Indiana publicizes the Stage 4.5 reopening plan will proceed one other two weeks. The WNBA season begins.
  • July 16: Indianapolis suspends purposes for its rental help program as a result of overwhelming demand.
  • July 24: Bars, taverns and nightclubs in Indianapolis are shut down once more. City officials also return to other previous restrictions.
  • July 25: Indiana Fever begins WNBA season after delays.
  • July 27: Indiana governor’s order to put on face coverings begins. Great Lakes Valley Conference, which together with University of Indianapolis, postpones most fall sports activities, together with soccer, males’s and girls’s soccer, and volleyball, till spring.
  • July 30: NBA season resumes.
  • Aug. 4: Indianapolis Motor Speedway publicizes the Aug. 23 Indianapolis 500 will probably be run without followers.
  • Aug. 5: With greater than 1,000 constructive checks reported in a single day, Indiana jumps to a complete of 70,993 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Aug. 10: Indiana information greater than 75,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Aug. 11: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 3,000.
  • Aug. 17: Indianapolis Public Schools restarts with online-only courses. News Eight learns the 2021 NBA All-Star Game is not going to occur on Presidents Day weekend in 2021.
  • Aug. 20: Purdue University suspends 36 college students after a celebration at a co-op.
  • Aug. 21: Indiana highschool soccer season begins with some groups not enjoying as a result of COVID-19 issues.
  • Aug. 23: Butler University tells undergraduates that instruction will happen remotely for the primary two weeks of the semester, beginning Aug. 24, as an alternative of in school rooms.
  • Aug. 24: Purdue, Indiana, IUPUI and Ball State universities resume in-particular person courses.
  • Aug. 25: Reports say a fraternity, a sorority and a cooperative home at Purdue University are below quarantines.
  • Aug. 26: Gov. Holcomb extends the masks mandate via Sept. 25. Indiana’s rental help program will take purposes for one final day.
  • Aug. 27: Indiana University says eight Greek homes are below 14-day quarantines.
  • Sept. 2: Indiana University tells 30 Greek homes in Bloomington to quarantine.
  • Sept. 6: Indiana information greater than 100,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Sept. 8: Marion County permits bars and nightclubs to reopen with 25% capability indoors and 50% capability outdoor.
  • Sept. 12: The Indianapolis Colts open their season with a loss in a Jacksonville stadium with a restricted variety of followers.
  • Sept. 21: The Indianapolis Colts residence opener is restricted to 2,500 followers.
  • Sept. 23: Gov. Eric Holcomb extends the masks mandate via Oct. 17.
  • Sept. 24: The state’s masks mandate is prolonged via Oct. 17.
  • Sept. 25: The Mid-American Conference publicizes it’s going to begin a six-recreation soccer season Nov. 4, with the championship recreation Dec. 18 or 19.
  • Sept. 26: Indiana advances to a revised Stage 5 of Indiana Back on Track plan with relaxed limits on gatherings, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and extra. Marion, Monroe and Tippecanoe counties determined to have extra restrictive limits, nevertheless.
  • Sept. 27: The Indianapolis Colts second residence recreation is restricted to 7,500 followers.
  • Sept. 28: Purdue University says it’s suspended 14 college students, together with 13 pupil-athletes, for violations of a pledge designed to curb the coronavirus pandemic on campus.
  • Sept. 30: The Indiana State Department of Health’s online coronavirus dashboard started displaying information on constructive coronavirus circumstances in Indiana colleges.
  • Oct. 1: IU’s web site exhibits two extra fraternities and a sorority on the Bloomington campus have been issued “stop and desist” orders.
  • Oct. 2: Franklin College suspends courses and strikes to digital training and actions via Oct. 9 after a “regarding and weird” improve within the positivity charge for COVID-19.
  • Oct. 12: Franklin College returns to in-particular person courses.
  • Oct. 13: Indianapolis-based drugmaker Lilly pauses its trial of a mix antibody therapy for coronavirus for security causes.
  • Oct. 14: Indiana well being commissioner Dr. Kristina Box publicizes she has examined constructive for COVID-19.
  • Oct. 15: Gov. Holcomb points govt order to increase masks mandate and Stage 5 reopening plan.
  • Oct. 16: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 4,000.
  • Oct. 18: The Indianapolis Colts third residence recreation was restricted to 12,500 followers.
  • Oct. 23: The Big Ten begins its soccer season.
  • Oct. 30: Gov. Holcomb extends the general public well being emergency via Dec. 1.
  • Nov. 1: Indiana National Guard to start deploying to lengthy-time period care amenities to offer coronavirus help.
  • The Mid-American Conference soccer groups begins its six-recreation common season.
  • Nov. 5: Indiana information greater than 200,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Nov. 8: The Indianapolis Colts fourth residence recreation was restricted to 12,500 followers. .
  • Nov. 11: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 5,000.
  • Nov. 12: Indianapolis calls for colleges to go to digital studying by Nov. 30.
  • Nov. 15: Indiana provides coronavirus-management restrictions for all companies and gatherings in counties with the very best variety of new circumstances as a part of an replace to the statewide COVID-19 pandemic response.
  • Nov. 16: Indianapolis limits capability inside bars, non-public golf equipment, fraternal organizations and gymnasiums to 25%; inside restaurants, libraries, funeral houses, swimming swimming pools and buying malls’ meals courts to 50%; and inside non secular companies to 75%. Marion County Health Department requires preregistration for COVID-19 testing after elevated demand at three drive-via areas.
  • Nov. 22: Indiana information greater than 300,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Nov. 23: Indianapolis Public Schools returns to digital studying via Jan. 18.
  • Nov. 24: The NCAA males’s and girls’s basketball seasons start; some video games had no followers within the stands.
  • Nov. 25: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 6,000.
  • Nov. 26: Butler University males’s basketball cancels Nov. 29 recreation in opposition to Eastern Illinois after a constructive COVID-19 take a look at.
  • Nov. 28: Butler University males’s basketball group postponed two extra video games due to a constructive COVID-19 take a look at.
  • Dec. 1: Bankers Life Fieldhouse hosts its first NCAA males’s basketball recreation, Kansas vs. Kentucky, for the reason that begin of the pandemic.
  • Dec. 2: Indianapolis ends its rental help program.
  • Dec. 5: The males’s basketball recreation of No. 1 Gonzaga and No. 2, Baylor at Bankers Life Fieldhouse is postponed 90 minutes earlier than tipoff after two Bulldogs take a look at constructive.
  • Dec. 7: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 7,000.
  • Dec. 9: Indiana information greater than 404,000 constructive coronavirus checks. Gov. Holcomb says virus restrictions will now by county based mostly on scores that present the native virus unfold. Indiana and Purdue universities cancel the Old Oaken Bucket soccer recreation set for Dec. 12.
  • Dec. 10: Indiana House Speaker Todd Huston examined constructive for COVID-19.
  • Dec. 11: The Pacers lose to the Cavaliers because the NBA preseason begins. The Carmel Walmart in Westfield closes for practically two days to sanitize the shop.
  • Dec. 12: Ball State University President Geoffrey Mearns checks constructive for the coronavirus.
  • Dec. 14: Health care staff obtain the primary coronavirus vaccinations in Indiana.
  • Dec. 15: Vice President Mike Pence holds a roundtable in Bloomington at pharmaceutical maker Catalent on the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. Indiana and Purdue once more cancel the Old Oaken Bucket soccer recreation that’d been reset for Dec. 18.
  • Dec. 17: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 8,000.
  • Dec. 20: The Indianapolis Colts permits as much as 10,000 attendees at Lucas Oil Stadium for the group’s recreation in opposition to the Houston Texans.
  • Dec. 22: NBA begins league’s 75th season, delayed and shortened to a 72-game schedule due to the pandemic.
  • Dec. 23: In response to the excessive quantity of unemployment claims, Holcomb extends the suspension of sure necessities to expedite the hiring and coaching of momentary staff to extra rapidly resolve unemployment points. Indiana Pacers to host first residence recreation in opposition to New York Knicks with no followers current.
  • Dec. 28: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 9,000. Indiana information greater than 500,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Dec. 31: Indiana’s dying toll for 2020 is 9,391.
  • Jan. 2, 2021: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 9,500.
  • Jan. 3: The Indianapolis Colts permit 10,000 attendees at Lucas Oil Stadium for the group’s recreation in opposition to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
  • Jan. 4: Grades 1-12 colleges in Marion County are allowed reopen to in-particular person studying. Perry Township Schools is the one district to reopen to in-particular person studying.
  • Jan. 5: Purdue and Nebraska postpone a males’s basketball recreation over well being and security issues.
  • Jan. 8: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 10,000. Hoosiers 80 and older begin receiving the coronavirus vaccine.
  • Jan. 13: Hoosiers 70 and older can get the coronavirus vaccine.
  • Jan. 16: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 10,500.
  • Jan. 18: NFL publicizes the scouting mix is not going to occur in Indianapolis in February.
  • Jan. 20: Indiana information greater than 601,000 constructive coronavirus checks. Indiana Pacers host as much as 1,000 followers at a recreation at Bankers Life Fieldhouse for first time since pandemic started.
  • Jan. 24: Indiana’s dying toll rises to 11,000.
  • Jan. 30: Indiana information greater than 626,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Feb. 1: Hoosiers 65 and older can get the coronavirus vaccine.
  • Feb. 4: Indiana information greater than 635,000 constructive coronavirus checks. More than 1,500 coronavirus deaths have been added to the Indiana State Department of Health’s dashboard after an audit discovered they weren’t recorded. News Eight learns all video games for the Big Ten males’s basketball tourney will transfer from Chicago to Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium.
  • Feb. 5: Indiana information greater than 637,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Feb. 6: Indiana information greater than 639,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Feb. 7: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 11,500. Indiana information greater than 640,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Feb. 8: Indiana to change school protocols for classroom quarantine and call tracing. Indiana information greater than 641,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Feb. 10: Indiana’s dying toll rises above 11,600. Indiana information greater than 645,000 constructive coronavirus checks.
  • Feb. 28: Indiana National Guardsmen to finish help to lengthy-time period care amenities.
  • March 1: Holcomb’s emergency declaration and masks mandate set to finish.
  • March 18: NCAA males’s March Madness video games, all of them at venues in Indianapolis, Bloomington and West Lafayette, to start out.

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