4,025 state 185 deaths have been reported59 communities with reported cases 1,480 cases in New Orleans The order to stay at home could be extendedLouisiana’s order to stay at home could be due to the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, of which now 59 of 64 states affected, will be renewed According to the Louisiana Department of Health on Monday, there are 4,025 coronavirus cases in the state of Bayou. According to health officials, 185 Louisians died of COVID-19. The Louisiana Department of Health has also released what they know about the baseline conditions among previous COVID 19 deaths on March 29: lung cancer (12%), heart diabetes (21%), diabetes (40%), chronic kidney disease ( 23%), chronic liver disease (2%), immunodeficient (4%), neurological (4%) 6%) obesity (25%) No underlying conditions (3%) In New Orleans, where the coronavirus is most severely affected in the state there have been 1
- 4,025 cases in the state
- 185 deaths reported
- 59 municipalities with reported cases
- 1,480 cases in New Orleans
- The order to stay at home could be extended
Louisiana’s order to stay at home could be extended due to the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, which now affects 59 of the state’s 64 parishes.
According to the Louisiana Department of Health on Monday, there are 4,025 coronavirus cases in the state of Bayou.
According to state health officials, 185 Louisians died of COVID-19.
The Louisiana Department of Health has also released what they know about the underlying conditions in COVID 19 deaths through March 29:
- Lungs (12%)
- Heart (21%)
- Diabetes (40%)
- Chronic kidney disease (23%)
- Chronic liver disease (2%)
- Immunocompromised (4%)
- Neurological (6%)
- Obesity (25%)
- No underlying conditions (3%)
In New Orleans, where the state’s coronavirus is most affected, there have been 1,480 cases since Monday’s last update. Officials said 86 people who lived in the city died from COVID-19.
Some of these deaths were residents of a New Orleans community and supported the residential center. State health agencies have classified Lambeth House as a COVID-19 cluster site because several of its residents have tested positive for coronavirus.
Experts for disease control and prevention centers have been sent to the Uptown facility.
Elsewhere in Louisiana, coronavirus cases have appeared in the communities of Jefferson, Caddo, East Baton Rouge and St. Tammany. There are more than 1,000 COVID-19 patients in hospitals, while more than 300 of them are also ventilated.
The need for more hospital beds is becoming increasingly important on the New Orleans subway, where the city’s convention center has become a makeshift hospital for coronavirus patients who no longer need to be hospitalized.
The center will have 1,000 beds, but will have additional capacity if needed.
New Orleans has garnered national attention since it was identified as a new hot spot for the country’s COVID-19 health crisis. President Donald Trump issued a federal disaster statement for Louisiana last week, acknowledging the scale of the Louisiana outbreak and freeing up millions of dollars in federal aid for the state’s response.
The name requested by the governor adds Louisiana to a list that includes California, Washington, and New York for reimbursement for certain January 20 expenses and other forms of support.
In New Orleans, doctors and hospital officials said they cope with an increased number of patients who need intensive care and are working to avoid the potential overload of their systems. Dr. John Schieffelin, an assistant professor at Tulane Medical School, who also practices in the LCMC hospital system in New Orleans, said hospitals are stressed but so far they are finished.
Edwards plans to stay updated on the COVID-19 situation in Louisiana daily.
In the United States, there are over 143,000 cases, according to Johns Hopkins University. Nationwide at least 2,500 people have died.
The social distancing guidelines that cities in the United States have closed have been extended until April 30, as a leading US health official warns that 100,000 or more people in the United States may die from the novel corona virus.
“We are trying not to allow this to happen,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases on Sunday.
Hopkins reports that the number of cases worldwide has exceeded 724,000 with more than 34,000 deaths.
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