Indiana Pro-Lifers Ask Governor to Close Abortion Clinics to Help Fight Coronavirus

State   Indiana Right to Life   Mar 25, 2020   |   7:24PM    Indianapolis, Indiana

Your action is needed immediately in urging Gov. Eric Holcomb to order all elective surgical abortions halted in Indiana as part of the state’s emergency response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

In spite of state and federal directives ordering the suspension of elective surgical procedures, Indiana’s surgical abortion centers are continuing to do a booming business.

These surgical abortion clinics are using much-needed medical supplies such as masks, gowns, gloves, and blood supplies in a time of critical shortages. In addition, crowded waiting rooms and recovery rooms may offer prime conditions for the spread of the Coronavirus, placing all Hoosiers at risk.

Yesterday, representatives of 30,000 physicians issued a national call for the suspension of all elective abortions in accordance with current CDC recommendations pertaining to elective procedures and office visits.

Texas, Ohio, Louisiana, Maryland and Mississippi have already taken action to suspend elective surgical abortions in those states.

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Please take action now by contacting Governor Holcomb.

Although the situation is fluid, here are the latest reports from LifeNews.com on the status of abortion and orders to stop non-essential medical services:

Texas: Abortion centers are temporarily closed after Governor Greg Abbott’s order.

Maryland: Abortion centers are included in the abortion order to close but whether they have officially closed is unknown.

Louisiana: Abortion centers are included in the order to close and all three have closed.

Ohio: Abortion centers are included in the order to close but they are refusing to close.

Mississippi: Abortion centers are included in the order and the state’s sole abortion business has closed.

Alabama: Alabama Shuts Down Non-Essential Health Care, Allows Abortion Clinics to Keep Killing Babies

New Mexico: New Mexico Shuts Down Non-Essential Health Care, But Allows Abortion Clinics to Keep Killing Babies

New Jersey: Shut down non-essential health care but abortion centers are excluded.

Washington: Shut down non-essential health care but abortion centers are excluded.

California: Shut down non-essential health care but abortion centers are excluded.

Pennsylvania: Shut down non-essential health care but abortion centers are excluded.

Maine: Shut down non-essential health care but abortion centers are excluded.

Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico Shuts Down Pregnancy Center Over Coronavirus, Lets Abortion Clinics Stay Open

Massachusetts: Shut down non-essential health care but abortion centers are excluded.