Sixty new confirmed COVID-19 cases with no new confirmed fatalities were reported at midday Wednesday for local parishes.
Council on Aging Director Beverly Domengeaux talks with Patterson Mayor Rodney Grogan at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
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PATTERSON — The City Council heard Tuesday about the war on COVID-19 on two fronts: efforts to promote testing and vaccination, and work to overcome the isolation imposed on senior citizens by the
The Louisiana Office of Public Health reported 85 new confirmed COVID cases, plus a COVID fatality in St. Martin, in three local parishes for the 24 hours ending at midday Tuesday.
No area pharmacies were included in the 107 that will begin receiving a limited supply of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine Monday that will be distributed to a tier, including those age 70 and above.
Another confirmed COVID-related fatality and two more deaths probably related to the pandemic were reported in three local parishes for the 24 hours ending at midday Monday.