COVID-19(Coronavirus)

Plaquemines Parish COVID-19 Data Update


Here is today’s COVID-19 data update for Plaquemines Parish: August 18, 2023


Plaquemines Parish Cases:

    Hospital Admissions(PAST WEEK): 43

    % Change in COVID-19 Hospital Admissions:-33.8%

    COVID-19 Hospital Per 100,000(Past Week): 4.3

    COVID-19 Hospital Admissions Level: Low(<10.0)


To track the latest impact of COVID-19, click the link below:

https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#maps_new-admissions-rate-county   

To learn how this federal measure applies to Plaquemines Parish, click the link below:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/end-of-phe.html

Hospital Admission Levels by Parish notice

                   

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COVID-19 data update for Plaquemines Parish as of  August 12, 2021


Plaquemines Parish Cases & Deaths: 

    Confirmed Cases: 2350 (+132 since August 5th) (+466 since July 1st)

    Deaths:  29 (+2 since last week.  Awaiting official word from the Coroner’s Office on dates of deaths)

    Positivity Rate                                   14.7% (-2.8% since 8/4)

Plaquemines Vaccination Rates:

Currently ranks 9th in the state for vaccines completed

    Series Initiated:11,345 (+562 since 8/5)

    Series Completed: 9,384 (+227 since 8/5)


                                 Initiated                           Completion:

Total Population:      48.5%                        40.15%



Delta Drugs of Port Sulphur

27136 Highway 23

(504) 564-3141

Plaquemines Parish Health Department 

3706 Main St, Belle Chasse, LA 70037

(504) 934-6690

Plaquemines Medical Center

27136 Highway 23

https://www.plaqueminesmedicalcenter.com/

(504) 564-3344 ext. 2330

Plaquemines Pharmacy

8443 Highway 23

https://plaqueminespharmacy.com/

(504) 393-1648


We urge all residents and businesses to please continue to follow all Executive Orders set out by the Governor and all CDC suggestions and rules including wearing face masks/covers as well as social distance.