INDIANAPOLIS — Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in Marion County, masks will be required in the City-County Building, Juvenile Justice Complex, and Traffic court beginning Tuesday.
The mandate applies to everyone, regardless of vaccination status.
Over the last week, Marion Superior Court has experienced the highest simultaneous number of positive cases amongst employees, lawyers, and jurors since the beginning of the pandemic, the county said Monday. Marion County’s COVID-19 positivity rate has increased to 10.5-percent.
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