INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s call center, intended to field industry questions about the impact from Gov. Eric Holcomb’s directive to stay-at-home, is back online after a temporary problem.
A spokesperson for the governor said it was back online late this morning and that it was already experiencing high call volumes.
Holcomb instituted a statewide stay-at-home order Monday that will run until April 7.
The Critical Industries Hotline is also available by emailing [email protected]. The center is for business and industry questions only, said a news release from Holcomb’s office.
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