Notre Dame Women's Basketball Impacted By COVID-19 By Diane Daniels • Feb 13, 2021 ShareTweetEmail (FILE) Notre Dame guard Dara Mabrey handles the ball during an NCAA basketball game against Boston College, Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021, in Boston. Credit (AP Photo/Elise Amendola/FILE) The Notre Dame women's basketball team has been impacted by COVID-19, forcing the postponement of a game on Monday. You can read more below. Credit Screenshot of an ACC press release posted online Tags: Notre DameWomen's BasketballCovid-19LocalShareTweetEmail Related Content "Darkest Days Are Behind Us." St. Joe Co. & SB City Leaders Provide COVID-19 Update By Diane Daniels • Feb 12, 2021 Screenshot from Facebook Live The latest update on the status of COVID-19 in South Bend and St. Joseph County had all leaders participating in a Friday briefing expressing cautious optimism. Indiana Officials Say Some Special Educators Can Get Their COVID-19 Vaccine Now By Jeanie Lindsay • Feb 11, 2021 (Provided by IU Health) Listen Listening... / 1:03 Listen to a broadcast version of this story. Indiana is the only state in the region with no plans for when teachers will become widely eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, but the state's health commissioner says a specific group of special educators should get their shots now.