Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb says the state can expect about 55,000 COVID-19 vaccinations in the coming week.
The Governor made his announcement at his media briefing today. The vaccinations come at a time when a majority of Indiana counties are experiencing increases in coronavirus cases.
Public health Commissioner Dr. Kristy Box says there is not one county that has under 200 patients per 100,000 residents.
To adjust for that increase, the governor also announced today that hospitals should delay all non-emergent care until January 3, in order to make sure there is room for COVID-19 patients.
You can heat the Governor, as well as other members of his administration in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.
It runs for about an hour.