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The million case milestone was passed Sunday. Unvaccinated individuals have accounted for 98.5% of Indiana's COVID cases, 99.97% of COVID hospitalizations and 99.99% of COVID deaths, the state said.
According to the Indiana Department of Health, 55% of Lake County residents age 12 and up are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, 61% of Porter County residents, and 55% of LaPorte County residents.
This is the 19th renewal of Indiana's COVID-19 emergency since March 6, 2020, when the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the Hoosier State.
Porter County is requiring all visitors and employees in county government buildings to wear a face mask for at least the next two weeks to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19.
One woman with a megaphone alternately announced "God loves you" and "Trump loves you" to people attempting to patronize the businesses on the courthouse square.
Top Hoosier Republicans are pushing back on Democratic President Joe Biden's efforts to bring a close to the COVID-19 pandemic by boosting vaccination rates across the country.
The Lake County Council is poised to decide Tuesday whether to require face masks be worn by all students attending any elementary, middle, or high school in the county, including private and charter schools.
Nearly every person currently infected or hospitalized with COVID-19 either has chosen not to be vaccinated against the virus or is ineligible for the vaccine due a health condition or age.
The commission will examine the state's preparedness for health emergencies, funding plans, governance models at the state and local levels, data collection measures, and adolescent health care access.