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Coronavirus in Louisiana 

The latest update from the LA Dept. of Health have the number of cases in the State at 12,496. These numbers list 11 cases in Vernon, 15 cases in Beauregard, 39 cases in Allen, 97 cases in Rapides, 135 cases in Calcasieu, and 15 cases in Natchitoches Parish. The numbers also show 409 deaths in the State. The LA Dept. of Health lists cases by the patient's residence, not hospital location.

The Dept. of Health has gone to releasing their information once a day at the Noon hour. The number of cases per Parish is listed at the bottom of this page. The Louisiana Department of Health updates case numbers once a day online at LDH.Louisiana.gov/coronavirus.

STAY AT HOME POLICY FOR ENTIRE STATE OF LOUISIANA:  

Sunday, March 22nd Gov. Edwards held a press conference announcing he is implementing a "stay-at-home" order for the entire State of Louisiana directing all Louisiana residents to shelter at home and limit movements outside of their homes beyond essential needs. 

YOU CAN:

  • Go to the grocery, convenience or warehouse store
  • Go to the pharmacy to pick up medications and other healthcare necessities
  • Go to medical appointments (check with your doctor or provider first)
  • Go to a restaurant for take-out, delivery or drive-thru
  • Care for or support a friend or family member
  • Take a walk, ride your bike, hike, jog and be in nature for exercise — just keep at least six feet between you and others.
  • Walk your pets and take them to the veterinarian if necessary
  • Help someone to get necessary supplies
  • Receive deliveries from any business which delivers

YOU SHOULD NOT:

  • Go to work unless you are providing essential services as defined by this Order
  • Visit friends and family if there is no urgent need
  • Maintain less than 6 feet of distance from others when you go out
  • Visit loved ones in the hospital, nursing home, skilled nursing facility or other residential care facility, except for limited exceptions as provided on the facility websites.

What is the difference between “Safer at Home” and “social distancing”?

Safer at home is a stricter form of social distancing. Safer at home means:

  • Stay home (stay unexposed and do not expose others)
  • Only go out for essential services
  • Stay six feet or more away from others
  • Don’t gather in groups

For businesses, the new Stay at Home order has limits on the following:

  • All places of public amusement, whether indoors or outdoors, including but not limited to, locations with amusement rides, carnivals, amusement parks, water parks, trampoline parks, aquariums, zoos, museums, arcades, fairs, pool halls, children’s play centers, playgrounds, theme parks, any theaters, concert and music halls, adult entertainment venues, racetracks, and other similar businesses.
  • All personal care and grooming businesses, including but not limited to, barber shops, beauty salons, nail salons, spas, massage parlors, tattoo parlors, and other similar businesses.
  • All 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 as listed in the order can conduct necessary activities such as payroll, cleaning services, maintenance or upkeep as necessary.
  • Any business not covered by the guidance from the CISA discussed in Section 3 of the order and not ordered to temporarily close must reduce operations to continue with minimum contact with members of the public and essential employees, while requiring proper social distancing, adhering to the 10-person limitation on gathering size.
  • Early learning centers and child care facilities adhering to the guidance issued by the Louisiana Department of Education and Office of Public Health may continue to operate.

Examples of Essential Worker Functions under the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) guidelines include:

  • Healthcare workers and caregivers
  • Mental health and Social Service workers
  • Pharmacy employees
  • Workers supporting groceries, pharmacies and other retail sales of food and beverage products
  • Restaurant carryout and quick-serve food operations and food delivery employees
  • Farmworkers
  • Electricity and Utility Industry Employees
  • Critical Manufacturing Employees (medical supply chains, energy, transportation, food, chemicals)
  • Petroleum, Natural and Propane Gas Workers
  • Transportation and Logistics Workers
  • Communications and Information Technology Employees

Because of the critical need for healthcare workers, the State of Louisiana has created a volunteer website for students, graduates, or retirees of the health care profession. If you are qualified, willing and able to volunteer, please visit: covid-19lavolunteers.org

Burn Ban

State Fire Marshal H. “Butch” Browning, along with Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain, have issued a statewide cease and desist order for all private burning, pursuant to authority under R.S. 40:1602. Private burning shall only be allowed by permission of the local fire department or local government. This order is effective as of 8 a.m., Wednesday, March 25, 2020 and shall remain in effect until rescinded. Violation of this Fire Marshal order could result in criminal and/or civil penalties.

Gov. John Bel Edwards announced that small businesses in all 64 Louisiana parishes will have access to federal Small Business Administration disaster aid in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza confirmed that Louisiana’s more than 440,000 small business are eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans, which will be made available to eligible firms suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Louisiana Office of Public Health continue to closely monitor this outbreak. 

GOV. JOHN BEL EDWARDS SIGNS PROCLAMATION CLOSING ALL K-12 LOUISIANA SCHOOLS UNTIL APRIL 30, 2020. 

The Louisiana Dept. of Education has released some information for students who were supposed to be graduating High School this year on Taylor Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS) scholarships and recaps the various regulatory flexibilities granted by the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE), the Board of Regents, the Governor, and the U.S. Department of Education to make graduation and promotion possible during this extraordinary time. You can find this information online by clicking here. You can also visit the louisianabelieves.com website by clicking here.

There is a testing site at the Rapides Parish Coliseum parking lot is Tuesday, March 31st and Thursday, April 2nd from 1 PM-3 PM. The dates and times for testing will be announced each week. 

Oakdale Federal Correctional Complex: according to the BOP.gov website there are currently 18 inmates and 4 staff members who have tested positive for Covid-19. Five inmates have died from the virus since March 28th. 

SCHOOL MEALS: 

  • Vernon and Allen have had to discontinue their meal service programs due to limited resources and the safety of those involved.
  • Beauregard Parish Schools resume their meal program on Friday, April 3rd from 10 AM-12 PM. Pickups will take place each Friday until further notice. Anyone 18 years and younger will be able to pick up 5 breakfast/5 lunch packages for the week at the following distribution sites: Carver Elementary, DeRidder Junior High, East Beauregard Elementary, South Beauregard Elementary, Merryville High School, and Singer High School. There is also a meal delivery program which is separate from the pick-ups you can take part in. Visit the Beauregard Parish School Board website by clicking here for information on their program

The Vernon Parish School Board is providing supplemental learning materials on their website vpsb.us/. Please contact the School Board for information on how to receive those.

Beauregard Parish School Board also has learning materials on their website: beau.k12.la.us/

CURFEWS:

Jeff Davis Parish/Elton: 11 PM – 5 AM

Merryville: 8 PM – 6 AM

LOUISIANA PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ON APRIL 4, 2020 HAS BEEN POSTPONED. The Presidential Preference Primary and Municipal Primary election will be held on June 20. Early Voting will be conducted June 6 through June 13 (excluding Sunday, June 7). The May 9 Municipal General election will be held on July 25. Early Voting will be conducted July 11 through July 18 (excluding Sunday, July 12).

Louisiana Court System: Following Gov. Edwards extended Stay At Home order date (through April 30th) Louisiana Court and Trials Dates have been postponed or moved, except in emergency situaytions. Find more information online at the Louisiana Supreme Court website by clicking here

Leesville City Court is closed until further notice. All Criminal, Traffic, Civil, Probation and Juvenile cases scheduled for April 2020 are continued and will be reset for a later date. Notice of a new court date will be issued and mailed to the last known address on file

Louisiana OMV: As of March 20th all Office of Motor Vehicle locations are closed. Online services are still available at expresslane.org. Licensing and registration requirements waived through Governor John Bel Edwards’ Emergency Proclamation. Visit their website here for more details: www.expresslane.org

Local health care facilities are following new guidelines put in place by the Louisiana Department of Health which include restrictions on visitors to patients, limited entrances in to the facilities, and pre-screening of anyone entering the building. Contact the hospitals for more information.

DENTAL VISITS: The State of Louisiana has prohibited all routine non-essential dental visits and all routine non-essential dental procedures/surgeries in Louisiana through April 30, 2020. 

Fort Polk is in Health Protection Condition (HPCON) “Charlie” which is defined as “Substantial: Sustained Community Transmission.”  Ft. Polk has reduced their travel radius for soldiers to 50 miles. There will be no physical services at the Main Post chapel. All services will be done over Facebook live. Rotation 20-06 scheduled to take place in April has been shifted to fiscal year '21. Fort Polk will remain using the Trusted Traveler protocol for the gate entrances. Only the driver of the vehicle will have to scan their license at the gate pedestal. 

Fort Polk does have a drive-thru screening center set up on the installation. It remains open from 9 AM-3 PM for any BJACH beneficiaries. You must have a valid I.D. card for anyone 10 years of age or older. The screening site is located on Texas Avenue on Fort Polk.

Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital has opened their curbside pharmacy, Third Street upper level. Hours will be Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 4:30 PM. Those with prescriptions ready for pick-up will be directed to park in a designated pharmacy parking spots. BJACH requests beneficiaries wait patiently in their vehicle as medications are delivered.

Fort Polk: with the new Stay At Home Order, Ft. Polk has closed many services that had initially stayed open. These include:

  • all fitness centers
  • Home of Heroes Rec Center
  • Warrior Hills Golf Course & Warrior Store
  • Alligator Lake Rec Site
  • Toledo Bend Rec Site
  • Recreational Shooting Range
  • Arts & Crafts Center
  • Auto Skills Center
  • Warrior Center
  • Allen Memorial Library & Education Center
  • Batting Cages
  • Leisure Travel Services
  • Klubs and Karts
  • Anvil Bar/Forge Bar
  • Intramural Sports
  • Huddle House
  • Tax Center
  • AAFES mini-mall
  • Army Wellness Center
  • some retail stores located in the Main PX

AAFES PX operating hours will be Mon.-Sun. from 10 AM-6 PM- the Barber Shop will consolidate operations at the Main PX location and move to one shift. You can find more detailed information on Ft. Polk services operating hours on the JRTC and Fort Polk Facebook page by clicking here.

Fort Polk Commissary has purchasing limits on certain products.

There is a 1 per customer limit on: 

  • package of toilet paper
  • package of paper
  • bag or box of rice
  • club pack wipes

There is a limit 2 per customer on:

  • Antibacterial hand gels, wipes, and sprays
  • hygienic or baby wipes
  • hand soap
  • bleach
  • facial tissues
  • pasta sauce
  • dried pasta
  • loaves of bread
  • milk (WIC included)
  • eggs (WIC included)
  • bagged potatoes
  • bagged onions
  • bagged apples
  • banana bunches
  • 24 pack water

There is a 3 per customer limit on: 

  • fresh chicken

There is a limit 4 per customer on gallon containers of water

Fort Polk Vet Clinic will be open Monday through Friday from 9 AM-3 PM, closed on Thursdays.

The Department of Defense has also halted all domestic travel, including Permanent Change of Station, and Temporary Duty (medical TDY remains authorized) effective Monday, 16 March through 11 May 2020.

Tax Deadline: The federal government will provide an additional 90 days for business filers and individual filers to defer income tax payments beyond the April 15 deadline without incurring interest or penalties.

The Louisiana Workforce Commission has announced you may be eligible for assistance if your work hours have been reduced because of lack of work due to Coronavirus, or if your workplace closes or instructs employees not to go to work, while not paying employees. Workers may be eligible for up to $247 per week in unemployment assistance. For more information, click here: http://www.laworks.net/PublicRelations/COVID_19_Information.asp

The City of Leesville City Hall will be closed to the public effective Tues., March 17th. They will be available by phone during regular business hours. Utility payments may be made through the online payment system, mail or placed in the drop box behind City Hall. As of Monday, March 23rd of City Parks, including the golf course, are closed until further notice

Vernon Parish Police Jury has closed public parks and recreation sites to the public, including Vernon Lake Spillway Park. Congregating at any public park or recreation site is not allowed and will be enforced by the Vernon Parish Sheriff's Office. Public boat launches and fishing are still being allowed as long as you are not congregating in groups and are practicing social distancing.

The City of DeRidder offices are also remaining open, however, they too are asking that residents use the drop box, mail in payments, or pay online whenever possible. The have put out a press release that states "Late fees will not be assessed and all fees on credit card payments made after March 13th, 2020 will be credited to your April bill". They have also restricted their public transit system to medical appointments only. Party and facility rentals at City Parks will be suspended until further notice. The Beauregard Parish Museum is closed. The Beauregard Library is closed.

Vernon Parish Sheriffs Office will be closing their office. Please call the following numbers for any information concerning traffic citations, property taxes , or occupational licenses.

The Beauregard Parish Police Jury offices are closed. They can still be reached by phone at 337-463-7019 or their website beauparish.org

Beauregard Sheriff's Office:

  • The Senior Care Unit will suspend home visits
  • If you need to obtain a copy of an Incident Report, Crash Report, or some other type of paperwork from our office, call 337-463-3281
  • The main lobby of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff’s Office will allow limited civilian entrance (i.e. putting money on an inmate’s commissary account). All background checks and fingerprint requests cannot be processed at the present time.-There will be NO inmate visitation allowed (including clergy) except as provided by the video visitation currently available.
  • The Animal Control Division will not be accepting surrenders of dogs or responding to Animal Control matters at residences unless the situation involves an aggressive animal or a dog bite complaint. You can still call about an Animal Complaint.
  • If you have received a Traffic Citation with a court date of April 14th, 2020, the court date has been extended until May 12th, 2020.
  • The Civil Office lobby is closed. You can call at 337-462-2400. Should you need to make a payment, there is a drop box located next to the front door of the Civil Office. You can also mail payments to the Beauregard Parish Sheriff’s Office, P.O. Box 370, DeRidder, La., 70634.

The Town of New Llano offices will remain open during regular business hours however, the lobby of City Hall will be closed. The drive-up window will remain open for all business with the Town. 

Wal-Mart stores (nationwide) have changed their hours to 7 AM to 8:30 PM each day. From March 24 through April 28, Walmart have hour long senior shopping each Tuesday for customers aged 60 and older beginning one hour before they open. They have also placed limits on the amounts of certain items a customer can buy. There items include  milk, eggs, paper products, cleaning supplies, water, hand sanitizer, diapers, wipes, formula, and baby food. Their Auto Center will also temporarily be closed to focus on restocking. The Vision Center will be open for essential services only. Wal-Marts in Leesville and DeRidder have only one entrance/exit open and are offering curbside pickup for Pharmacy customers. 

Dollar General and Brookshire Brothers Stores have dedicated the first hour of their stores shopping time for seniors only. They are asking all other customers to wait until after the first hour of their day to come in

The Vernon Parish Library is closed to the public until at least April 6th. They still have their wifi on if you need to use from the parking lot in your car. They will also bring a book or video to the door for you if you would like to call and request a specific title. They will close each day at 8 PM. 

The Vernon Parish Tourism Commission Information Center and the Museum of the New Llano Colony have both been closed for the time being. The Tourism Commission has also announced MayFest 2020 will be cancelled

Beauregard Electric Cooperative, Inc (BECi) offers easy and convenient ways to pay utility bills: MyBECi Mobile App, IVR Phone Payments, BECI member portal online (www.beci.org), Night Deposit Boxes/Drop Boxes, Postal Mail and BECi Office Drive Through Windows. BECi will temporarily suspend member disconnects for the next 30 days and may extend the period if necessary including those on the PowerPay Pre-Pay Program.

CLECO is temporarily suspending service disconnects and late fees on customer accounts effective today until further notice. Cleco offers multiple payment options that don’t require customers to physically go inside a Cleco customer service office or visit an authorized pay agent, these include using their MyAccount, KUBRA - a one-time electronic payment system, by Mail, or payment may be dropped in the night deposit box.

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) offices throughout the state will be closed indefinitely to the public beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020. To alleviate any additional public burden, LDWF is providing the public alternatives to process applications via mail, email and online. Visit wlf.louisiana.gov/ for more information

The Vernon Council on Aging is asking for donations of small plastic travel bottles, antibacterial hand soap or bar soap and antibacterial hand wipes for care packages to be distributed to senior citizens in Vernon and Beauregard parishes. Please drop off Mon-Fri at the Vernon Council on Aging at 200 North Third St. Leesville, La 337-239-4361 

The Leesville Area Ministerial Alliance is offering free meals to senior citizens with free delivery service. Visit their Facebook page for more information by clicking here.

The Lord Clinic is asking anyone who can sew to download the CDC recommended mask pattern here: MASK PATTERN. You can bring your sewn mask to the Lord Clinic and they will sanitize and distribute them to places that are in need of them. 

EZ Street Delivery is extending their hours and delivery radius. They have also increased staff and added restaurants and new services to their existing locations.

Merchants and Farmers bank has their lobby open by appointment only. They ask that customers use drive-thru, ATMs or our mobile and online banking options

Barksdale Federal Credit Union is open normal business hours. You can visit BFCU.org to stay up-to-date on any circumstances. To limit social interaction, they encourage everyone to use drive thru lanes and digital banking services.

Faith Training Christian Academy's daycare is open to accommodate those essentials workers who need child care. Call 337-239-6553 if you are requiring day care for your child.

The First United Methodist Church of Leesville has their food pantry open to those who are in need Mondays from 9 AM-1 PM. They are also in need of donations. Call 337-239-3828 for more information

The Natchitoches Jazz and Heritage Festival originally scheduled for May 15th & 16th has been postponed. Rodney Harrington has shared that they will either try to put on some sort of event later in the year or come back next spring. 

FORT POLK UPDATES

1. All access control points will have "Trusted Traveler Technology". Drivers will scan their ID Card using a pedestal mounted on the driver's side of each ACP lane and wait for the system to determine access. A green light will display and MP/DES guard will allow drivers to proceed onto the installation. Passengers will not need to scan their ID cards, providing they meet the entry criteria. Passengers who do not meet entry criteria will need to process through the Visitor's Center. MP's/DES guards retain the authority to halt a vehicle that presents threat concerns.

2. PT will be conducted at Squad and Team levels only. 

3. All gyms on Fort Polk are closed. 

4. The Department of the Army halted overseas and domestic travel including Permanent Change of Station, and Temporary Duty (medical TDY remains authorized); this new guidance is effective Monday, 16 March through 11 May 2020. Individuals pending retirement or separation within the next 60-days are exempt. These orders were made to counter the threat of the COVID-19 virus with the intent to protect our Soldiers, DA Civilians, and their Families. We are coordinating with Fort Polk Families that were in the process of PCS-ing and had already shipped household goods, but who will remain on the Installation until 11 May 2020

Symptoms

For confirmed infections, reported illnesses have ranged from infected people with little to no symptoms (similar to the common cold) to people being severely ill and dying. Symptoms can include:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing

CDC believes at this time that symptoms of COVID-19 may appear in as few as 2 days or as long as 14 after exposure.

Health experts are still learning the details about how this new coronavirus spreads. Other coronaviruses spread from an infected person to others through:

Questions about Coronavirus?

If you have questions about Coronavirus, please contact the Coronavirus general information line at 1-855-523-2652 from 8 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.

Cases per Parish 

Orleans  -  3,476 case(s)  |  148 death(s)  |  1,692 state tests  |  12,193 commercial tests

Jefferson  -  2,495 case(s)  |  85 death(s)  |  616 state tests  |  2,478 commercial tests

St. Tammany  -  435 case(s)  |  10 death(s)  |  155 state tests  |  1,934 commercial tests

East Baton Rouge  -  389 case(s)  |  13 death(s)  |  312 state tests  |  3,382 commercial tests

Caddo  -  377 case(s)  |  10 death(s)  |  126 state tests  |  9,920 commercial tests

St. John the Baptist  -  290 case(s)  |  17 death(s)  |  4 state tests  |  102 commercial tests

Lafayette  -  276 case(s)  |  2 death(s)  |  82 state tests  |  5,054 commercial tests

Ascension  -  222 case(s)  |  7 death(s)  |  27 state tests  |  1,254 commercial tests

St. Charles  -  210 case(s)  |  11 death(s)  |  1 state tests  |  76 commercial tests

St. Bernard  -  196 case(s)  |  7 death(s)  |  5 state tests  |  196 commercial tests

Lafourche  -  185 case(s)  |  3 death(s)  |  155 state tests  |  801 commercial tests

Calcasieu  -  119 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  82 state tests  |  2,165 commercial tests

St. James  -  116 case(s)  |  4 death(s)  |  72 state tests  |  159 commercial tests

Ouachita  -  114 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  123 state tests  |  1,607 commercial tests

Terrebonne  -  102 case(s)  |  2 death(s)  |  71 state tests  |  374 commercial tests

Bossier  -  95 case(s)  |  2 death(s)  |  28 state tests  |  1,332 commercial tests

Iberville  -  81 case(s)  |  5 death(s)  |  2 state tests  |  143 commercial tests

Rapides  -  81 case(s)  |  4 death(s)  |  71 state tests  |  883 commercial tests

Iberia  -  78 case(s)  |  3 death(s)  |  87 state tests  |  194 commercial tests

Plaquemines  -  75 case(s)  |  4 death(s)  |  2 state tests  |  40 commercial tests

Acadia  -  72 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  5 state tests  |  172 commercial tests

St. Martin  -  69 case(s)  |  3 death(s)  |  1 state tests  |  101 commercial tests

 St. Landry  -  68 case(s)  |  2 death(s)  |  21 state tests  |  265 commercial tests

Washington  -  57 case(s)  |  2 death(s)  |  51 state tests  |  194 commercial tests

Tangipahoa  -  55 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  6 state tests  |  509 commercial tests

St. Mary  -  47 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  7 state tests  |  187 commercial tests

De Soto  -  46 case(s)  |  2 death(s)  |  7 state tests  |  45 commercial tests

Livingston  -  40 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  1 state tests  |  159 commercial tests

Parish Under Investigation  -  40 case(s)  |  4 death(s)  |  0 state tests  |  0 commercial tests

Avoyelles  -  37 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  1 state tests  |  47 commercial tests

Allen  -  34 case(s)  |  3 death(s)  |  5 state tests  |  67 commercial tests

Assumption  -  33 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  6 state tests  |  76 commercial tests

Webster  -  23 case(s)  |  2 death(s)  |  8 state tests  |  400 commercial tests

West Baton Rouge  -  23 case(s)  |  3 death(s)  |  0 state tests  |  25 commercial tests

East Feliciana  -  19 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  17 state tests  |  26 commercial test

Claiborne  -  18 case(s)  |  2 death(s)  |  7 state tests  |  32 commercial test

Evangeline  -  18 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  15 state tests  |  102 commercial tests

Vermilion  -  18 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  3 state tests  |  180 commercial tests

Lincoln  -  17 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  14 state tests  |  166 commercial tests

Union  -  17 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  3 state tests  |  20 commercial tests

Jefferson Davis  -  14 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  24 state tests  |  361 commercial tests

Beauregard  -  13 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  0 state tests  |  115 commercial tests

Pointe Coupee  -  13 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  7 state tests  |  76 commercial tests

West Feliciana  -  11 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  10 state tests  |  98 commercial tests

Concordia  -  10 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  0 state tests  |  29 commercial tests

Franklin  -  10 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  10 state tests  |  82 commercial tests

Bienville  -  9 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  3 state tests  |  11 commercial tests

Vernon  -  8 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  0 state tests  |  359 commercial tests

Morehouse  -  7 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  5 state tests  |  15 commercial tests

Catahoula  -  6 case(s)  |  1 death(s)  |  1 state tests  |  11 commercial tests

Natchitoches  -  6 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  11 state tests  |  113 commercial test

Grant  -  5 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  1 state tests  |  36 commercial test

Jackson  -  4 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  17 state tests  |  293 commercial test

Richland  -  4 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  3 state tests  |  116 commercial test

Sabine  -  4 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  3 state tests  |  44 commercial test

La Salle  -  2 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  9 state tests  |  118 commercial test

Red River  -  2 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  23 state tests  |  27 commercial test

Winn  -  2 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  3 state tests  |  40 commercial test

Caldwell  -  1 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  6 state tests  |  37 commercial test

East Carroll  -  1 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  0 state tests  |  22 commercial test

Madison  -  1 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  5 state tests  |  2 commercial test

St. Helena  -  1 case(s)  |  0 death(s)  |  2 state tests  |  76 commercial tests

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