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News for Friday August 14th, 2020


The Louisiana Health Department announced eleven-hundred new coronavirus cases Thursday, bringing the state’s total to 135-thousand. But Governor Edwards says the percentage of tests that show a positive coronavirus case is decreasing. The number of COVID-19 patients in the hospital has also fallen below 13-hundred to 1,281. However, the state reported 41 more COVID-19 deaths as the death toll rose to 42-hundred.


The Southland Conference has decided to postpone league competition for football and other fall sports to the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


LSU begins its staggered move-in for students living on campus Saturday. LSU Residential Life spokesperson Catherine David (Da-veed) says more than 7,000 students will be settling into their new homes, and given assigned days to do so.


The new 300 dollar federally enhanced weekly unemployment benefits are expected to begin shipping in the next few weeks and will be retroactive to August 1st.


Step Up Louisiana’s unemployed worker committee says it collected 1,200 petitions to call on Governor John Bel Edwards to stop the work search policy that would require Louisianans to apply for three jobs per week. The group says the pandemic, not higher unemployment benefits, is keeping people from going back to work.


Deputy Chief of Staff for the Trump Administration and member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force Dr. John Fleming offered a look at what is on the horizon for combatting COVID-19.  Fleming, a former 4th District Congressman, says there is a feeling of optimism for the several vaccines and there will be no shortage available upon getting the green light for distribution.


US District Judge Martin Feldman is set to hear further arguments in New Orleans today in an effort from 22 southeast Louisiana bar owners to put a stop to the enforcement of Governor Edwards’ bar closure order.



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