Most Indiana counties covered by CDC mask guidance

Courtesy: CDC (click link below for full access)

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – A little over 70-percent of counties in Indiana have enough new coronavirus cases to be covered by the CDC’s newest mask recommendations.

The CDC says anyone living in an area with ‘high’ or ‘substantial’ coronavirus spread should mask up, regardless of whether they’ve been vaccinated.

A new map from the CDC shows counties in central and southern Indiana are most at risk.

You can see the map, guidance, and search for your area here