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Louisiana Announced A Staggering 23,501 New COVID Cases Since Monday

As of Thursday, July 29, 2021, according to the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana has 536,366 COVID-19 cases across the state with 10,968 deaths resulting from COVID-19.

Posted: Jul 29, 2021 11:56 AM
Updated: Jul 29, 2021 4:15 PM

(News15) - As of Thursday, July 29, 2021, according to the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana has 536,366 COVID-19 cases across the state with 10,968 deaths resulting from COVID-19.

Cases- 536,366
Deaths- 10,968

Hospitalized-1,620
Ventilators-162
Acadia- 7,344 cases, 200 deaths
Evangeline-3,939 cases, 100 deaths
Iberia- 8,391 cases, 166 deaths
Jeff Davis-3,425 cases, 99 deaths
Lafayette-27,382 cases, 306 deaths
St. Landry- 10,004 cases, 267 deaths
St. Martin- 6,243 cases, 122 deaths
St. Mary- 6,083 cases, 147 deaths
Vermilion-6,535 cases, 129 deaths

4,413 new cases reported in the state with 20 new deaths resulting from COVID-19.

Louisiana reported 4,413 new COVID cases. We have 1,620 people in the hospital with COVID, an increase of 96 COVID patients since yesterday. Louisiana has announced a staggering 23,501 new COVID cases since Monday, the vast majority of which are in people unvaccinated against COVID-19.

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