Gov. Edwards Extends Stay at Home Order to April 30

Gov. Edwards extended his statewide Stay at Home Order until April 30 to further combat the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana. All residents should shelter at home and limit movements outside of their homes beyond essential needs. 

Gov. Edwards also announced a new text alert system that will provide timely COVID-19 updates and other critical guidance directly from the governor’s office to Louisiana residents.

Louisianans can opt-in to the new system today by texting ‘LACOVID’ to 67283.

To see the Governor’s Updated Stay at Home Order,  Click here.

Updates from this Week

March 30: Statement from Gov. Edwards on the Commitment of Ventilators to Louisiana by the Federal Government

March 31: Gov. Edwards Signs Proclamation Making it Easier for Out of State Medical Professionals to Practice in Louisiana

April 1: Gov. Edwards: State-Led Program to Offer COVID-19 Small Business Help 

April 2: Department of Health Reports More than 2,500 Additional COVID-19 Cases, Most from Commercial Labs

April 2: Gov. Edwards Announces New Text Alert System to Provide Timely COVID-19 Updates 

April 3: State of Louisiana COVID-19 Data Models Show Thousands of New Hospitalizations Daily Without Effective Social Distancing Measures

COVID-19 Resources

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