Is indiana on central time right now?

Indiana observes Eastern Time, except for 12 of its 92 counties, which observe Central Time. The state of Indiana is in the Eastern Time Zone of the United States. Eastern Standard Time (EST) is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), but there are exceptions and this has changed over time. In Indiana, 80 counties are in the eastern time zone, while 12 counties in the Evansville and Gary metropolitan areas of Indiana are in the central time zone.

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