COVID-19

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G&J Curbside crew members Jodie Blanchard, left, and Jasmine Dear load an order in a car Wednesday morning.

The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

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G&J Curbside’s staff features, kneeling from left, Erik Lind and Cedric Wilson. Standing, are Hope Duplantis, Netty Crochet, Barbara LaCoste, Rosalind Ruffin, Celia Coats, Jodie Blanchard, Kim Stelly, Makynlee Boudreaux, Jasmine Dear and Dianna Fuselier.

New ways to work: G&J transitions to curbside service

G&J Land and Marine has added a subsidiary for its company to meet the needs of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Zoe Makepeace, left, and Jessica Makepeace linger over lunch Wednesday at a streetside table outside Morgan City's Cafe JoJo's. Some restaurants began to offer outdoor dining after indoor service was barred by COVID-19 rules. Restaurants will soon be able to offer indoor dining again, subject to social distancing rules and capacity limits.

The Daily Review/Bill Decker

From the Editor: Officials say parish pulled together during COVID-19

Not long after COVID-19 reached St. Mary Parish, Patterson Mayor Rodney Grogan discovered that three infected people lived on his block.

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