Doha Madani1h ago / 9:03 PM UTCIndiana extends stay at home order for additional 2 weeksIndiana Gov. Eric Holcomb issued a new executive order extending the state’s stay-at-home measures for another 14 days. Holcomb’s initial order on March 24 was set to expire Monday evening, but the governor asked residents to continue isolating at home and following social distancing guidelines as the pandemic continues. “Hoosiers have done a great job adapting to the new rules put in place during this public health emergency, but I believe the next two weeks to month could be the most critical for all of us,” Holcomb said. Today I issued a new two-week Stay At Home order designed to limit interactions among Hoosiers to increase containment of #COVID19. As of today, 4,944 people have tested positive and 139 people have died from the disease. There are now positive tests in 89 of 92 counties.— Governor Eric Holcomb (@GovHolcomb) April 6, 2020 Eric Leonard2h ago / 8:31 PM UTCCalifornia courts suspend foreclosures and evictions during coronavirus crisisThe California Judicial Council voted Monday to effectively suspend the legal proceedings used to evict tenants or foreclose on homeowners, until after the coronavirus emergency declaration is rescinded by Gov. Gavin Newsom. The

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