Stay-At-Home Mandate Issued For the State of Louisiana
Starting Monday at 5 pm. the state of Louisiana will be under a Stay at Home mandate.
LSU Grad Student Tests Positive For COVID-19
A graduate student at LSU has tested positive for COVID-19.
One South Carolina Man Lied About COVID-19 Diagnosis For Paid Vacation Time
Fox News reports that one South Carolina man is facing charges after being accused of forging a doctor's note with a fake Coronavirus diagnosis.
TV Doctors Including “Grey’s Anatomy” Donates Masks To Hospitals
They may play doctors on TV, but many actors and actresses starring in medical dramas are donating to some of the real heroes on the frontlines of the COVID-19 outbreak that is exponentially spreading across the United States.
GameStop Claims To Be Essential During The COVID-19 Outbreak
Popular gaming vendor, GameStop, claims it is an essential business as hundreds of their stores remain open despite the intensifying coronavirus outbreak.
Hospitals Clarify Testing Protocols For Uninsured People
According to KATC, Lafayette General Health and Our Lady of Lourdes have released a joint statement about testing in Lafayette.
People To Be Screened For COVID-19 At LA Capitol Starting Monday
Starting Monday, lawmakers, staff, and visitors will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19 before being allowed to enter the Louisiana Capitol.
LA COVID-19 Cases Up To 91; 2nd Death Reported
UPDATE: The state of Louisiana reports first death from the COVID-19 virus.
Higgins: Ban On Large Church Gatherings Is Unconstitutional
In a letter to the Governor, Congressman Clay Higgins is expressing concerns that the executive order banning church services with more than 250 people is unconstitutional, citing the First Amendment.
Travel Ban Extends To UK & Ireland; Domestic Restrictions Possible
Trump also says that he is considering domestic travel restrictions in certain areas.
Taxable Sales Higher In 2020
With more than $509 million in taxable sales in January, the year began 4.52% higher than January 2019 and 13.75% higher than January 2018.
No Cases of COVID-19 In Louisiana
That's the verdict from The Louisiana Department of Health via an update from their social media page.