Parkview Health has seen a significant increase in hospitalizations and patient volumes at clinics across the region due to increasing COVID-19 activity.
Today, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Mayor Tom Henry announced two initiatives aimed at lessening the current COVID-19 surge in the community.
Dr. Matthew Sutter, Allen County Health Commissioner, has issued a Public Health Advisory for the increase in COVID-19 cases in Allen County and Indiana, which is coupled with a rapid increase in hospitalizations.
Today, the City of Fort Wayne Indiana announced the Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry has tested positive for COVID-19.
In response to the surge in COVID-19 cases and Allen County’s return to orange status, the Allen County Circuit and Superior courts have updated their policy on wearing masks and facial coverings in court buildings.
Citing uncertainties stemming from a resurgence of COVID-19 and its Delta variant and working from an abundance of caution for all involved, Tapestry 2021 has been postponed until next spring.
To protect patients, visitors, and co-workers, Parkview Health is reminding the public that health and safety guidelines remain in place at all Parkview facilities.
Beginning Wednesday, August 11, 2021, all staff, students, and visitors to Fort Wayne Community Schools will be required to wear face masks inside FWCS buildings.
Beginning Monday, August 9, masks will be required for all customers and staff at the 11 WorkOne Northeast career centers in northeast Indiana.
Purdue Fort Wayne will require all students, staff, faculty, and visitors—regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status—to wear face masks indoors while on campus, effective Monday, August 9, 2021.