St. Mary, St. Martin and Assumption have three new COVID-19 cases each in the midday Tuesday report from the Louisiana Office of Public Health. One new fatality was reported for St. Mary.
St. Mary's COVID-19 case count was adjusted downward, while nine new cases were reported for St. Martin and Assumption at midday Monday, according to the Louisiana Office of Public Health.
Eighteen new COVID cases were reported in three local parishes for the 48 hours ending at midday Sunday, according to the Louisiana Department of Health.
Republicans in the Louisiana House of Representatives say they have gathered enough signatures to suspend Gov. John Bel Edwards’ COVID-19 emergency declaration for seven days.
Fourteen new COVID cases, 10 of them in St. Martin, and one new fatality in St. Mary were reported for three local parishes Friday by the Louisiana Office of Public Health.