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Crowley Mayor Home from Hospital

"After being hospitalized for COVID-19, I am happy to be home."

Posted: Aug 10, 2020 9:57 AM

Crowley, LA – Today, Mayor Tim Monceaux issued the following statement:

“After being hospitalized for COVID-19, I am happy to be home. I am following my doctor’s orders to quarantine at home for the next couple of weeks before returning physically to work at City Hall. I want to thank the doctors and nurses who provided me with excellent medical care, and, I ask for your continued prayers for them and for all who are fighting COVID-19. It is a hard-fought battle for even the healthiest among us, and I encourage you to wear a mask when out in public and keep a social distance of 6’.

My family and I are grateful for the prayers and support of the citizens of Crowley, and I am certain those prayers were heard and answered by the Good Lord up above.”

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