WATCH LIVE: Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb Provides Briefing On COVID-19 At 2:30pm Today By Diane Daniels • Dec 30, 2020 ShareTweetEmail Gov. Eric Holcomb, (R) Indiana Credit Screenshot from online news conference April 17, 2020 Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb will hold a news conference to update Hoosiers on the state's efforts to combat COVID-19. You can watch the news conference live below. Governor Holcomb Indiana COVID-19 update from State of Indiana on Vimeo. Tags: Gov. Eric HolcombIndianaCovid-19CoronavirusLocalShareTweetEmail Related Content Holcomb Announces 5-Stage Plan To Get Indiana "Back On Track" By July 4 By Diane Daniels & Associated Press & Stephanie Weichmann • Mar 29, 2020 BREAKING (Posted May 1 at 3:15pm): Gov. Holcomb announced a complex plan for reopening the state. Holcomb says parts of the state will reopen for business on Monday…with the goal of having the state fully open by July 4th. NEW: Notre Dame's 2020 Commencement Moves Online By Diane Daniels • Mar 30, 2020 Photo provided by the University of Notre Dame Notre Dame just announced that, like many other universities, the Spring 2020 graduation will not be held in person due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Braun Says Indiana Well-Positioned To Respond To COVID-19 Crisis By Brandon Smith • Mar 30, 2020 Drew Daudelin/WFYI News U.S. Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) says Surgeon General Jerome Adams’s warning about Indianapolis being an upcoming COVID-19 hotspot should “put the scare factor into everyone.” Yet Braun also says Indiana is well-positioned to respond to the crisis. New Training to Create More Health Care Workers By Jennifer Weingart • Mar 30, 2020 Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/ Alissa Eckert, MS Mishawaka High School is teaming up with a local company to train temporary helpers for the health care industry. Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb granted a temporary waiver that allows for people with basic training to help medical personnel with simple tasks like dressing, feeding and taking temperatures. These new medical workers are called Personal Care Attendants, or PCAs.