- Parkview Warsaw and Lutheran Health Network, including Kosciusko Community Hospital, have cancelled or postponed elective, medically non-urgent surgical procedures.
- Woodlawn Hospital in Rochester announced it is implementing a “no visitor” restriction to all of its locations. There will be no visitors permitted inside the hospital or the physician’s medical clinics. Exceptions include children under the age of 18, women in labor, and individuals who require ambulatory assistance.
- Beginning Saturday, March 21, Lake City Bank will transition all offices to limited lobby accessibility until further notice. The bank plans to restore normal operations as soon as possible, but that timeline will be determined by recommendations of public health officials. Drive-up facilities will continue to provide services through these facilities for common transactions, including check and cash deposits, change orders, making payments, cash withdrawals and more. For other requests that cannot be completed at the drive-up facilities as well as at locations where no drive-up service is available, customers will be given access to the branch lobbies by appointment to transact their business. For these requests, please call your Lake City Bank office to schedule an appointment or identify your need at a drive-up facility and the staff will handle it appropriately.
- Horizon Bank announced its lobbies at all bank locations throughout Indiana and Michigan will be open by appointment only. The bank’s drive up, ATM, and Live Video Banking facilities will remain open and hours of operation will remain unchanged at this time. In addition, all offices and departments will be staffed and available to assist by telephone.
Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation
AKRON – TVSC will continue its E-Learning plan as previously sent out. The grab and go lunch locations will remain open Monday through Friday as previously announced. During the week before Spring Break, the school will be providing an updated schedule for E-Learning activities for after spring break until May 1. This will allow the school’s team sufficient time to plan the most effective instruction possible.
FORT WAYNE – Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana is immediately closing its office to walk-in visits. People in need of assistance are encouraged to call at (260) 484-9560 or toll-free at (866) 484-9560, email at [email protected] or visit www.cancer-services.org for assistance. Agency staff will be available on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.