ONE-STOP-SHOP: Stats, links related to COVID-19

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Published: Mar. 17, 2021 at 12:16 PM CDT|Updated: Jul. 29, 2021 at 11:53 AM CDT
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LOUISIANA (WAFB) - This is your one-stop-shop guide to everything you need to know about the impact of COVID-19. Categories are listed alphabetically. If you have questions, Louisiana has a statewide call network. Please call 211 or text the keyword LACOVID to 898-211. If you are stressed out and need help from a free, confidential crisis counselor text REACHOUT to 741741.

As of Friday, July 30, the Louisiana Department of Health reported the following coronavirus cases for the state:

  • 541,679 total cases - 5,313 new cases
  • 10,999 total deaths - 31 new deaths
  • 1,740 patients in hospitals - increase of 120 patients
  • 167 patients on ventilators - increase of 5 patients

“Because of the daily removal of newly identified duplicates and out of state cases, the new case increase may not match the difference between today’s and yesterday’s total case count,” LDH says.


LOUISIANA VACCINE INFORMATION (Updated on Mondays and Thursdays)

As of Thursday, July 29:

Current phase of distribution: everyone 12 and older

Vaccine Series Initiated -1,918,202

Total Doses Administered - 3,531,121

Providers Enrolled - 2,444

Completed Vaccine Series - 1,716,161

Vaccine Doses Administered since previous update - 47,830

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)

The Louisiana Department of Health is reporting the following MIS-C cases, as of 07/14/2021:

Confirmed Cases: 154

Deaths: 6

Age Range: 0-20

Median Age: 8

Gender: Female 58 (37.6%) | Male 96 (62.3%)

Clinical Status: Hospitalized 0 (0%) Discharged 1468 (96.1%) | Died 6 (3.9%)

Race: Asian 3 (2.0%) Black 78 (50.6%) Other 17 (11.2%) White 56 (36.7%) Unknown 0

Ethnicity: Hispanic 29 (18.8%) Non-Hispanic 125 (81.2%)

If all of this is a bit overwhelming and you need to lighten your mood, head on over to our section called Reason to Smile. We’re posting uplifting stories and sharing what real people are doing to keep finding joy in everyday life. We also have a corresponding Facebook group.

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