Multiple states surrounding Ohio confirm cases of coronavirus

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Indiana state health officials confirmed the first case of coronavirus in Indiana. Gov. Eric Holcomb made the announcement during a news conference Friday. He's declared a public health emergency in Indiana related to coronavirus and COVID-19.

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UPDATE:

Indiana, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania have all confirmed cases of coronavirus on Friday.

Pennsylvania has confirmed its first 2 cases, according to state Governor Tom Wolf and state officials and the Associated Press.

Kentucky Governeor Andy Beshear has confirmed the state’s first case in Lexington and has declared a state emergency, according to our news partner at WCPO.

INITIAL: 

The first case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Indiana.

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb declared a public health emergency in Indiana related to the confirmed case, according to our affiliates at CBS 4 in Indianapolis.

The person diagnosed recetnly travled to Boston and interacted with people who had been exposed, Indiana State Health Commissioner Kristina Box told CBS 4.

The individual is quarantined and will remain so for 14 days.

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