May Litebox: Solitary Streets

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Nick Beckman, Clare Dierckman

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, few people remain on the streets of Carmel and other cities. At a press conference on May 1, Gov. Holcomb revealed a five-phase plan to reopen Indiana. He said most businesses can expect to reopen by the start of the plan’s fifth phase on July 4, and a decision would be made about the 2020-21 school year by this date as well.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, few people remain on the streets of Carmel and other cities. At a press conference on May 1, Gov. Holcomb revealed a five-phase plan to reopen Indiana. He said most businesses can expect to reopen by the start of the plan’s fifth phase on July 4, and a decision would be made about the 2020-21 school year by this date as well. (Nick Beckman, Clare Dierckman)
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