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Some COVID-19 restrictions lifted

Allowable capacity in restaurants, bars and music venues will increase March 1. Looking at data in Marion County, Mayor Joe Hogsett and Dr. Virginia Caine,...

Health officials address COVID-19 vaccine concerns

Centuries of medical mistreatment and trauma have left many African Americans and other minority populations hesitant to get vaccinations. This poses a significant issue...

New free COVID-19 testing sites in Indianapolis

The Marion County Public Health Department announced two new COVID-19 testing sites at Warren Central High School and Indianapolis Motor Speedway.The testing site at...

New free COVID-19 testing sites in Indianapolis

The Marion County Public Health Department announced two new COVID-19 testing sites at Warren Central High School and Indianapolis Motor Speedway.The testing site at...

County to start free COVID-19 testing in hot spots

The Marion County Public Health Department will begin a free COVID-19 testing program aimed at residents in parts of the city that have been...

County to start free COVID-19 testing in hot spots

The Marion County Public Health Department will begin a free COVID-19 testing program aimed at residents in parts of the city that have been...

African Americans twice as likely as whites to die from COVID-19 in Marion County

African American residents in Marion County are three times as likely as whites to have a confirmed case of COVID-19, 2 1/2 times as...

African Americans twice as likely as whites to die from COVID-19 in Marion County

African American residents in Marion County are three times as likely as whites to have a confirmed case of COVID-19, 2 1/2 times as...

African Americans disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 across county and state

African Americans represent 42% of COVID-19 deaths in Marion County, which translates to a death rate of 18 per 100,000 African Americans.Dr. Virginia Caine,...

African Americans disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 across county and state

African Americans represent 42% of COVID-19 deaths in Marion County, which translates to a death rate of 18 per 100,000 African Americans.Dr. Virginia Caine,...
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