Forty-three new confirmed COVID-19 cases, more than half of them in St. Martin, were reported at midday Friday for three local parishes, according to the Louisiana Office of Public Health.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards will not be loosening any of the state’s anti-COVID-19 restrictions when the current order expires next week, Edwards said Thursday.
Forty-seven new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported at midday Thursday for St. Mary, St. Martin and Assumption, according to the Louisiana Office of Public Health.
Wednesday was a historic day at Terrebonne General Medical Center, when the COVID-19 vaccinations arrived bright and early to be distributed to front line health care personnel.
The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education on Tuesday voted to ask Gov.