Ninety-two new confirmed COVID cases, including 48 in St. Mary, and two fatalities were reported in three local parishes.
Louisiana residents who are at least 70 years old and some health care workers can begin scheduling appointments to receive COVID-19 vaccinations on Monday, Gov. John Bel Edwards said Thursday.
Ninety-two new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported by the Louisiana Office of Public Health for three local parishes in the 24 hours ending at midday Wednesday.
Eighty-three new confirmed cases of COVID-19, 65 of them in St. Martin, were reported Tuesday for three local parishes. St. Mary and St. Martin have one newly reported fatality each.
Specifics have not been released about the third round of Paycheck Protection Program money that will be available to businesses in a $900 billion coronavirus relief package President Donald Trump