St. Mary, St. Martin and Assumption had two new COVID-19 cases each in Tuesday's midday report from the Louisiana Office of Public Health.
One local hair dresser has closed her doors, with COVID-19 playing a role, while two others said last week there have been challenges with new restrictions, but they are happy to be at work.
Hancock Whitney has pledged a $45,000 investment to local food pantries as part of the bank’s COVID-19 community relief efforts.
Swiftships in Morgan City donated food to Ochsner St. Mary employees to thank them for all they do for the community. Pictured are Sabrina Williams, Ochsner St. Mary marketing director, and Gary Beadle with Swiftships.
Rio Fuel & Supply and Stazione donated ExxonMobil Drivers Cash Cards to all full-time employees of Ochsner St. Mary. Pictured from the left are Tyra Newcomb, quality director, Jennifer Wise, CNO, Chris Mayon, Dean Duplantis, Mark Zerangue, Kevin Busse and Ochsner CEO Fernis LeBlanc.
M C Bank & Trust donated cupcakes made by Jodi Grizzaffi to Ochsner St. Mary employees. Pictured from M C Bank are Sadie Rankin, assistant vice president consumer lender, Reina Fernandez, project manager, and Emily Berry, marketing director with Heather Arcement and Tyra Newcomb from Ochsner St. Mary.
Local businesses continue to donate time, food and other goods to the staff at Ochsner St. Mary.
Thirteen new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths were reported Monday in St. Mary, St. Martin and Assumption.