BATON ROUGE, La. — During Gov. John Bel Edwards COVID-19 update on Wednesday, he announced that we have reached a plateau when it comes to the number of cases being reported daily.
This does not mean that we are out of the woodwork just yet, but things may be finally turning around for Louisiana.
As reported by our sister station KLFY, Louisiana in now 5th in the nation when it comes to cases per-capita.
During his press briefing, Gov. Edwards announced that the newly created Louisiana Resilience Commission held it’s first meeting on Wednesday to address Louisiana’s economy and public health.
Gov. Edwards also stated that he will be making announcements within the coming days on how the state will move forward with its “new normal.”
As of Wednesday, Louisiana is reporting 25,258 cases and 1,473 deaths. This is an increase of 404 cases and 68 deaths from Tuesday’s update.
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