In an effort to address the rising number of COVID-19 cases, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett unveiled new coronavirus restrictions.
The biggest one was having schools go to virtual learning at the end of the month.
The city and county public health departments are also reducing indoor seating in bars to 25 percent capacity and 50 percent for restaurants.
And the city is also extending the closing time to all non-essential businesses to midnight.
The new restrictions begin at midnight on Monday.
You can hear Hogsett, as well Dr. Virginia Caine and other administration officials in the Leon-Tailored audio above. It runs for about an hour.