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Posted on: May 12, 2020

Plaquemines Parish Curfew Lifted

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 In cooperation with Parish President Kirk Lepine and the Plaquemines Parish Government, Sheriff Gerald A. Turlich, Jr. announces the Plaquemines Parish Curfew will be lifted effective on Friday, May 15, 2020.

Although May 14 will be the final night the parish-wide curfew will be enforced, Sheriff Turlich urges everyone to continue to practice individual discipline including social distancing, washing your hands regularly, and staying home if exhibiting symptoms associated with COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

Please review the following guidelines from Governor John Bel Edwards:

Gov. Edwards will issue an updated proclamation, the Roadmap to a Resilient Louisiana: Phase One, on Thursday, May 14 that removes the Stay at Home order for Louisianans, encouraging people who are at a higher risk of becoming ill from COVID-19 to continue to Stay at Home. However, all individuals are still Safer at Home and should limit their exposure to the novel coronavirus when in public by wearing a facial covering like a cloth mask, practicing good hygiene, including frequent handwashing, and maintaining at least six feet of social distance from people who are not in their households.

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