INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's governor is directing all state employees to return to their offices by early July.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has told state workers the transition from a March 2020 stay-at-home order starts with senior staff, who must return by June 7th. Other employees should spend at least 50% of their time at the office by June 21 and return full-time by July 6.
In an email to state employees, the governor says face-to-face conversations "lead to innovation" and productive work.
The state will offer a vaccination clinic at the Indiana Government Center in Indianapolis on June 21-22.
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