Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb was asked during his daily coronavirus response briefing Tuesday how the state can reopen in the midst of a mini-surge in new cases. Holcomb has said previously he would need to see a sustained decline in new virus cases before the state could reopen. He’s said more recently, though, that he’ll likely begin a gradual, staged reopening of the state beginning Friday, May 1. That comes after the Indiana State Department of Health reported on Saturday a then-record 718 new cases, and on Monday a new record of 963 new cases. Holcomb said Tuesday, though, that he’s focused on more than just case numbers, but rather the capability of the state’s health care system.