Gov. Holcomb Signs Executive Order To Resume Elective Medical Procedures

As of Sunday, April 26, elective procedures will resume in Indiana.

(Indianapolis, Ind.) - As of Sunday, elective procedures will resume in the Hoosier state.

On Friday, Indiana Governor Holcomb signed Executive Order 20-24 to allow these procedures as long as they have "adopted policies and best practices that protect patients, physicians, and staff."

These providers that will allow elective procedures include hospitals, veterinarians, dentists, and others listed in Executive Orders 20-02, 20-13, and 20-22. 

For all executive orders signed by Governor Holcomb, visit

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