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COVID-19 cases skyrocket in state

“If you wait for these numbers to grab your attention, guess what? You just let the virus win,” a visibly distressed Governor John Bel Edwards reiterated of Louisiana’s new Coronavirus cases at a Thursday afternoon press conference. State COVID-19 cases soared Thursday to a one-day record of 2,726 new cases as a tidal wave of test results arrived mostly from private testing companies.

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Wrigley takes a Christmas photo with his family, Jacob, AnnMarie and MaryClair.

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Family in Delcambre wants to know who murdered Wrigley

DELCAMBRE - Who murdered Wrigley?
Recently, there was a murder on Country Drive, a dead-end street, located next to Landry Park in Delcambre.
Thursday morning, deputies from the Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office were searching for the killer. They spent the morning questioning those who live on Country Drive.

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Louisiana COVID-19 cases rise again

Coronavirus numbers were up again Wednesday in Louisiana by 1,187 additional cases over a 24-hour period. Louisiana Department of Health reports a moderation in the death rate, posting 34 more deaths when 54 Louisianans had died the day before. LDH reports 6,424 Louisianans have the Coronavirus of which nearly 1,500 have been admitted to hospitals. Nearly 500 are on ventilators and hospital officials say they are running out of the machines. Ventilators enable patients to cut recovery times by up to 75%.

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