COVID-19 coronavirus As Schools Begin To Reopen, Many Teachers Still Concerned About Safety At Work By Justin Hicks • Jul 30, 2020 (Justin Hicks/IPB News) Listen Listening... / 1:10 Listen to a broadcast version of this story. A few Indiana school districts returned to in-person learning Wednesday for the first time since the start of the pandemic and some teachers say, despite precautions, it may not be enough to keep them and their students safe from COVID-19. Indiana Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths Jump By 1,000 In A Little Over A Month By Lauren Chapman • Jun 2, 2020 (Lauren Chapman/IPB News) Listen Listening... / 1:05 Listen to a broadcast version of this story. A total of 2,022 Hoosiers have died from COVID-19, one month after Indiana began reopening businesses. State officials say their analysis of the data still supports reopening.