Get ready to embrace home living for a little bit longer New Orleans. Mayor Cantrell and the city of New Orleans has announced the coronavirus stay-at-home order will be extended until at least May 16.
The mayor is extending the restrictions to mitigate “the direct and definite public health and safety threats of COVID-19,” according to NOLA.COM, who broke the story earlier today.
The deaths and the total number of cases in New Orleans and the state of Louisiana continue to rise, reaching over 21,000 total cases, and over 200 deaths reported in the state over just this week alone. You can read the full story here.
Say it ain’t so…Mayor Cantrell is extending the stay-at-home mandate into May.
See the new date below ⬇️https://t.co/jJy5HhfD2I
— River Beats NOLA (@RiverBeatsNola) April 15, 2020