Indiana – Amid the reopening of schools in Indiana, health officials are noting an uptick in COVID-19 cases among the student population.
There’s a shift in the prevalent symptoms associated with the virus; individuals are now primarily presenting with fatigue and nasal congestion, as opposed to the previously common loss of taste or smell. Recent weeks have witnessed an increase in emergency room visits linked to these symptoms.
While these developments are cause for concern, there is currently no move towards implementing fresh lockdown protocols. The authorities remain committed to managing the situation with the current resources and established communication channels.
It’s also worth noting that booster shots for the COVID-19 vaccine are expected to be accessible by mid-September. The standing guidance for the community is consistent: should you experience any symptoms, it’s prudent to remain at home.