Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett says the city will continue its current COVID-19 restrictions.

Governor Eric Holcomb this week announced the state was lifting most of the coronavirus restrictions, however, he announced local governments could still implement theirs.

In a media briefing, this morning Mayor Hogsett and Public Health Director Dr. Virginia Cain said the mask mandates and capacity restrictions would stay in place for the time being.

Dr. Cain said the restrictions would be lifted when the County met three conditions, herd immunity, o35 cases a day for two weeks, and a five percent positivity rate for three weeks.

Both Hogsett and Cain said the county was working to get more citizens vaccinated as well.

You can hear them in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.

It runs for about 56 minutes.