STATEWIDE — Indiana hospitals are handling a surge in coronavirus patients so far, but they’re warning that could change. More than 1,600 Hoosiers are hospitalized with COVID. Indiana hasn’t seen numbers that high since April. Indiana Hospital Association president Brian Tabor says hospitals are better able to handle the flood of patients now than they were then. They’re now confident of their supply of ventilators, and while the pipeline for masks and other protective equipment isn’t perfect, Tabor says it’s vastly improved from where it was in the spring.