INDIANAPOLIS (WFFT) -- The Indiana State Department of Health now confirms three adults and a juvenile have tested "presumptive positive" for the Coronavirus COVID-19 as of Monday afternoon.
A man diagnosed Sunday at Parkview Noble Hospital in Kendallville is among the cases.
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The first case was confirmed Friday in Marion County.
The Department of Health says the other two were in Hendricks County.
The second is a juvenile, leading Avon Community School Corporation in Hendricks County to close schools through March 20.
The school corporation says the move comes after a second student displayed symptoms of COVID-19.
All school activities have been canceled.
Meanwhile, E-Learning will be used through March 20.