Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 in Indiana dipped for the first time in almost two weeks, dropping from an all-time high of 3,384 on Wednesday to 3,287 on Thanksgiving.
Trump officials promise fair distribution of Lilly’s new COVID-19 antibody drug
Because of the initial limited supply, the number of doses each state receives will be determined by the number of confirmed cases and hospitalizations in a given week, federal officials said.Read More
U.S. allows emergency use of Lilly’s COVID-19 antibody drug
The Food and Drug Administration on Monday cleared the experimental drug from Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. for people 12 and older with mild or moderate COVID-19 not requiring hospitalization. It’s a one-time treatment given through an IV.Read More
Steak n Shake closes 13 more restaurants amid slowing customer traffic
Steak n Shake revenue plummeted to $78.8 million in the third quarter, down from $141.3 million a year ago.Read More
Holcomb not planning new pandemic restrictions despite surge in cases
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb on Wednesday did not impose new restrictions, despite rumors suggesting he was planning to do so amid record cases and hospitalizations.Read More
Indiana on Thursday reported another 63 new deaths from COVID-19, the 31st time in 32 days that the daily report has included more than 25 additional deaths.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Wednesday reported 6,059 new COVID-19 cases, the 15th straight day that it has reported more than 5,000 new cases.
Experts say the national fixation on scrubbing sparked by the pandemic can sometimes be overkill.
In Indiana, 20,454 people filed initial unemployment claims in the week ended Nov. 21, up from an adjusted number of 15,422 the previous week. Prior to the pandemic, the state was typically seeing fewer than 3,000 claims per week.
State Rep. Christy Stutzman said she needed to devote more time to her family’s business after the family and business partners earlier this year bought the former Amish Acres tourist attraction that they renamed The Barns at Nappanee.
Amazon’s willingness to risk dissension in the ranks reflects a dawning reality: Many Americans are reluctant to reenter the workforce, despite a national unemployment rate of 6.9%, double the pre-pandemic level.
Indiana on Tuesday reported 5,702 additional COVID-19 cases, the 14th straight day that it has reported more than 5,000 new cases.
Guitar Center, based Westlake Village, California, has about 300 stores across the United States, including two in the Indianapolis area. It also has local warehouse operations.
Clorox Co. has added 10 additional third-party manufacturers and is running its own facilities 24 hours a day to make disinfecting wipes as fast as possible. But it’s not fast enough.
The National Retail Federation, the nation’s largest retail trade group, expects holiday sales to actually exceed growth seen in prior seasons, even amid all the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic.
Indiana on Monday issued its weekly COVID-19 data for schools. The state said more than 1,755 schools have reported one or more cases, 220 schools have reported zero cases and 391 schools have provided no data.
AstraZeneca is the third major drug company to report late-stage results for a potential COVID-19 vaccine as the world anxiously waits for scientific breakthroughs that will bring an end to a pandemic.
The acceleration of coronavirus cases is causing an existential crisis for America’s retailers and spooking their customers just as the critically important holiday shopping season nears.
Promising news about a coronavirus vaccine has small business owners feeling more upbeat. They also realize many hurdles remain as the pandemic shows no signs of abating heading into the winter.
More than 2 million people were screened at U.S. airports on Friday and Saturday, according to the Transportation Security Administration. Friday was only the second time since mid-March that daily airport screenings topped 1 million.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Sunday reported 6,255 new COVID-19 cases, the 12th straight day that the state has reported more than 5,000 new cases.
It is the second drug of this type—called a monoclonal antibody—to be cleared for COVID-19. The FDA authorized Eli Lilly and Co.’s drug on Nov. 9.
The state on Saturday reported 40 new COVID-19 deaths, raising the cumulative total during the pandemic to 4,992.
The pandemic has reshaped the most important shopping season of the year, forcing retailers to rethink inventory, store layouts and when, even how, they offer their deepest discounts.