Indiana's stay-at-home order extended until April 20

Indiana's stay-at-home order has been extended until April 20, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Monday.

Retail businesses that provide necessities of life may remain open, but they must do the following:

- Limit the number of customers in a store at any one time

- Adjust hours to accommodate vulnerable populations, such as elderly individuals

- Limit hours to restock and clean

- Comply with all mitigation measures to protect employees and customers

- All other retail businesses may remain open if they restrict sales to online or call-in ordering with delivery or curbside pickup

- All campgrounds will be closed except for those who use recreational vehicles or cabins as their primary residence

Click here to watch Monday's news conference featuring Holcomb and state health officials.

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