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Louisiana Corona Thread...Current numbers pg 13

 
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Hey all.....wanted to set up a page for ALL info pertaining to Louisiana so everything is in one place. It may ended up being a good source for us as things deteriorate to keep informed on our area. Please post any info or news you have or have heard.

Recap of numbers taken from [link to ldh.la.gov]

3/18 Wed
240 cases

3/20 Fri 9:30 am
899 st test
392 conf
10 deaths

3/20 Fri 5:30 pm
1047 st test
479 conf
10 deaths

3/21 Sat 9:30 am
1230 st test
1535 comm test
585 conf
16 deaths

3/21 Sat 5:30 pm
1294 st test
2008 comm test
763 conf
20 deaths

3/22 Sun
1385 st test
2113 comm test
873 conf
20 deaths

3/23 Monday
1634 St test
4314 Comm test
1172 Conf
34 Deaths


It looks as if they will now be only updating this once at 12:30

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Governor issues Stay at Home Order beginning Monday at 5 pm. The order could expire April 12 and may be extended.

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For businesses, the order limits the following examples:

Places of public amusement, whether indoors or outdoors – amusement rides, carnivals, water parks, aquariums, zoos, museums, arcades, children’s play centers, playgrounds, theme parks, theaters, concert and similar venues, adult entertainment places, racetracks and other like businesses.

Barber shops, spas, salons, massage parlors, tattoo businesses, similar businesses.

Indoor malls (except for stores in a mall that have a direct outdoor entrance and exit that provide essential services and products as provided by the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) guidelines)

Businesses closed to the public can conduct necessary activities without opening to customers. Activities include payroll, cleaning, maintenance or upkeep.

Businesses should see if operations adhere to the the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) guidelines posted HERE for more information.

Some businesses not ordered to temporarily close must have minimum contact with members of the public and essential employees should use proper distancing and adhere to the 10-person gathering limit on number of people involved in a closed area.

Child care and early learning centers should adhere to guidelines issued by the state education department and may continue to operate, the order allowed.

State offices are closed to the public.

Workforce functions allowed:

Healthcare workers and caregivers

Mental health and social service workers

Pharmacies

Grocery stores and workers involved with supporting operations from pharmacies and other food and beverage products.

Restaurants operating under the previous carry-out and take-out or delivery rules.

Electricity and utilities

Critical manufacturing and its employees ((medical supply chains, energy, transportation, food, chemicals)

Farm workers

Petroleum, natural and propane gas workers

Transportation and logistics workers

Communications and information technology operations and its employees

Financial, banking operations and its employees

Business managers should consult the federal reference material posted here.

The Department of Health has issued new guidance limiting all surgeries unless the procedure is for the treatment of a medical emergency or life-saving measures.

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Nothing has really changed for me...essential business and my kid's daycare is allowed to stay open.

Not sure if this is good or not, as far as spreading the virus goes.
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Nothing has really changed for me...essential business and my kid's daycare is allowed to stay open.

Not sure if this is good or not, as far as spreading the virus goes.
 Quoting: Head2Bunker


I think they need to re-evaluate what is essential and really get strict. We are all going to have to get uncomfortable and inconvenienced to get through this. It really sucks too bc my husband isn’t working now....he’s in oilfield....I’m essential so I will be employed but I can’t support us. So I get the financial concern but I don’t want to bury him or one of my children either.
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Atleast 7 nursing homes in LA dealing with Corona

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New Orleans Archbishop asks for prayer....has been diagnosed with CV
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NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond - who served mass as recently as yesterday (Sunday) has told his fellow priests that he has tested positive for the coronavirus.

The Archbishop said in his note to fellow priests that he had not been feeling well lately and took the test, which came back positive.

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Nothing has really changed for me...essential business and my kid's daycare is allowed to stay open.

Not sure if this is good or not, as far as spreading the virus goes.
 Quoting: Head2Bunker


I think they need to re-evaluate what is essential and really get strict. We are all going to have to get uncomfortable and inconvenienced to get through this. It really sucks too bc my husband isn’t working now....he’s in oilfield....I’m essential so I will be employed but I can’t support us. So I get the financial concern but I don’t want to bury him or one of my children either.
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I think you are right... I work security in a refinery and still have to work but Im 50 and have health problems myself due to a previous battle with an unknown virus back in my 30s... We are in a major turnaround right now with hundreds of extra contractors coming in every day.. Members of one contractor crew were confirmed to have the virus and all they did was ban that crew and set up some temperature check tents... To top it off, my daughter lives with me and works at Lowes, no staying at home for her either.
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SAN DIEGO, March 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE) today announced that the Sempra Energy Foundation will donate up to $250,000 to help small to medium-sized nonprofits in Louisiana as they continue to serve critical needs related to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
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New Orleans ER Workers Say Hospitals Are Verging on 'Systemic Collapse'

COVID-19 is spreading faster in Louisiana than anywhere else in the world. The Pelican State trails New York and Washington for the highest number of confirmed cases per capita. On March 22, Edwards issued a statewide “stay at home” order, citing fears that the Louisiana health care system could run out of capacity in as short a time as a week.

In New Orleans, where most Louisiana cases are concentrated, doctors and nurses think a breakdown might come sooner than that. “Systemic collapse is a true concern,” said Kenneth, a New Orleans emergency physician. “It's not Lord of the Flies today, but our supplies—face masks, personal protective equipment [PPE], gowns, beds and ventilators—are dwindling, and everyone’s getting nervous.”

Kenneth and other emergency department nurses and doctors said their hospitals are at or close to capacity. Because health care infrastructure is sized to meet the population—393,000 people live in Orleans Parish—New Orleans’ soaring caseload could easily overwhelm an already strained system. Right now, doctors are sending home patients who should be in the hospital.
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Nothing has really changed for me...essential business and my kid's daycare is allowed to stay open.

Not sure if this is good or not, as far as spreading the virus goes.
 Quoting: Head2Bunker


I think they need to re-evaluate what is essential and really get strict. We are all going to have to get uncomfortable and inconvenienced to get through this. It really sucks too bc my husband isn’t working now....he’s in oilfield....I’m essential so I will be employed but I can’t support us. So I get the financial concern but I don’t want to bury him or one of my children either.
 Quoting: Presley Page


I think you are right... I work security in a refinery and still have to work but Im 50 and have health problems myself due to a previous battle with an unknown virus back in my 30s... We are in a major turnaround right now with hundreds of extra contractors coming in every day.. Members of one contractor crew were confirmed to have the virus and all they did was ban that crew and set up some temperature check tents... To top it off, my daughter lives with me and works at Lowes, no staying at home for her either.
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I work for a garbage company so we have to keep the trucks rolling but it seems that we could do more and cut back on who is essential. I mean why the big stores like Lowe’s and Home Depot? Sure there’s a logical reason and if there is why not limit to ONE and set a limited time frame each day or every other day. Same with groceries and limit how many go in and only open a certain amt of stores? OR why not do the SIP and enforce it? If it’s a case of becoming an Italy repeat...I would think they’d pull out all stops.

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“I would say that Louisiana was not on and still is not on a very good trajectory compared to other countries in the world who have been exposed to the virus longer than we have,” Wagner said. “What a lot of people are worried about — and you can see this happening in Italy — you have this huge growth in cases and you have a huge percentage of people diagnosed that require hospitalization. You can quickly overwhelm the ability to provide health care services.”

In two weeks, Louisiana has gone from zero to 837 confirmed cases and 20 deaths in 36 of its 64 parishes. While most of the cases were reported in the New Orleans area, more parishes are starting to report their first cases as testing is become more widespread.
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BATON ROUGE – Due to the public health emergency created by the coronavirus pandemic, the Louisiana Department of Revenue (LDR) is extending the deadline for state income taxes to July 15, 2020.

The extension applies to Louisiana individual, corporation, fiduciary and partnership income tax returns and payments.

“We recognize that the coronavirus pandemic has caused significant disruptions in the lives of Louisiana citizens,” Secretary of Revenue Kimberly Lewis Robinson said. “We believe providing more time to file and pay their taxes can help to ease the stress they might be feeling during this public health emergency.”

The state filing extension follows the U.S. Treasury Department’s decision to move the federal income tax deadline from April 15 to July 15.
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Link to the question and answer session aired today with the Gov., health officials and various other government types.
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Link for tomorrow's 2:30 pm presser with Gov. Edwards:
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Well I have been reading the bill and it looks good for the people whom have lost work over this bullshit. Rents and mortgages will be protected meaning You can't get evicted or foreclosed due to losing work over this quarantine. You will be allowed a 120 days grace period after the quarantine has been lifted to start paying back the missed notes and rent. Also utility companies can not shut off Your service for non payment and they will have to wait in line like the rest of the bill collectors. So don't freak out because once that bill is passed You will get some funny money and Your bills will be paid.
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Well I have been reading the bill and it looks good for the people whom have lost work over this bullshit. Rents and mortgages will be protected meaning You can't get evicted or foreclosed due to losing work over this quarantine. You will be allowed a 120 days grace period after the quarantine has been lifted to start paying back the missed notes and rent. Also utility companies can not shut off Your service for non payment and they will have to wait in line like the rest of the bill collectors. So don't freak out because once that bill is passed You will get some funny money and Your bills will be paid.
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Yeah but the asshats are determined to go against anything he does and to hell with us. Pisses me off. With my husband not working I don’t know what we’ll do and I’m trying not to worry. I make decent money but not enough to support us. He keeps waiting to get called out but I worry about how safe it would be on a rig.
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1st full day of SIP....how’s it looking in everyone’s area??
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Anyone heard a rumor about twinspan shutting down?
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I'm in Baton Rouge, still working as an essential employee. I'm hearing that they are only testing the worst cases. Even known exposure to a positive case and running fever does not get you tested. This is crazy to me.

Thanks for this thread. I've been hoping someone would start one. Hope everyone stays well and has what they need. hf
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New Orleans on track to run out of health care capacity by 1st week of April, John Bel Edwards says

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Posting from north Louisiana, I run a sales route for a beer distributor. From my perspective it looks like business as usual out here. Pawn shops open, laundromats, oil change places, liquor stores. It’s fucking insane.

The governor admitted Sunday there will be no checkpoints or real enforcement for SIP, so what was the point?

I just talked to a Walmart employee from a store in Shreveport. At her store they have had 3 employees test positive, but store is open, Management has warned to keep quiet about it, crew is freaking out.

wtf 10
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hf Hello from Metairie.
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People are still out on the roads and shopping here in Ponchatoula. Not surprising honestly. People just aren't going to take it seriously until thousands more are sick and ded.
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We are starting even stricter guidelines at our office so they sent me to Walmart to get stuff to set up certain areas. I have never been to a Walmart that dead so maybe people ARE listening....I hope
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JBE request Major Disaster Declaration
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Love to Louisiana! My family lives in Alexandria, LA
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People are still out on the roads and shopping here in Ponchatoula. Not surprising honestly. People just aren't going to take it seriously until thousands more are sick and ded.
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Same here in western St. Tammany. People just refuse to comply.
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We are starting even stricter guidelines at our office so they sent me to Walmart to get stuff to set up certain areas. I have never been to a Walmart that dead so maybe people ARE listening....I hope
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Well that's good to hear. Still see too many cars on the road to feel comfortable that it's just "essential" business people are engaging in.
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We are starting even stricter guidelines at our office so they sent me to Walmart to get stuff to set up certain areas. I have never been to a Walmart that dead so maybe people ARE listening....I hope
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Well that's good to hear. Still see too many cars on the road to feel comfortable that it's just "essential" business people are engaging in.
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I agree! My business there was essential....and it was dead but there were a few people with kids shopping toys and clothes. SMH
I’d like to work in my yard but that’s not essential!
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Author:
Kevin Dupuy
Published:
1:08 PM CDT March 24, 2020
Updated:
1:11 PM CDT March 24, 2020
NEW ORLEANS — Louisiana health officials reported 12 new deaths due to COVID-19 Tuesday, which averages to one death in the state every two hours from the respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus.

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3/24/20
1388 Confirmed
46 RIP


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