Coronavirus in Louisiana: 136,737 COVID-19 Cases Across State; 4,307 Deaths Reported

Coronavirus in Louisiana: 136,737 COVID-19 Cases Across State; 4,307 Deaths Reported

Posted: Aug 14, 2020 12:11 PM

As of Friday, August 14, 2020 according to the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana has 136,737 COVID-19 cases across the state and 4,307 deaths reported.

Cases- 136,737 (+1,298)
Deaths- 4,307 (+28)
Presumed Recovered-103,512 as of 8/10/2020
Hospitalized- 1,243
Ventilators- 197

As of Friday, August 14, 2020 Acadiana has 23,261 COVID-19 cases, with a death toll of 529. Here's a break down of the numbers:

Acadia- 2,684 (+11) cases, 89 (+1) deaths
Evangeline- 958 (+12) cases, 9 deaths
Iberia- 2,602 (+14) cases, 75 (+1)deaths
Jeff Davis-1,071 (+15) cases, 29 deaths
Lafayette-7,916 (+123) cases, 100 deaths
St. Landry- 2,866 (+25) cases, 93 (+1) deaths
St. Martin- 1,784 (+24)cases, 47 deaths
St. Mary- 1,666 (+8) cases, 59 deaths
Vermilion-1,714 (+25) cases, 28 deaths

*Due to recent changes in federal reporting requirements, hospital related data has been delayed. LDH will update these data as soon as possible.

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