Brookshire Grocery Co. (BGC), in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is actively preparing for the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccination once it’s approved and available for distribution.
As the Thanksgiving holiday nears, and as coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket nationally, tens of millions of Americans are expected to venture away from home to see loved ones, according to a recent report from AAA.
It has already been a rollercoaster ride of ups and downs in Louisiana in 2020, amidst the slow reopening of the state’s economy. So the possibility of reverting back to Phase II is a big blow to business owners, some of whom hoped the worst was behind us.
As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue on a concerning trend across Louisiana, leaders from Caddo Parish Schools, as well as local medical experts urge families to remain vigilant during Thanksgiving break.
Coronavirus cases are spiking in nearly every state across the country, yet only 34 states have mask mandates. That list does include Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas. But enforcing statewide orders can be easier said than done.
Officials with North Caddo High School have announced they will be moving to an all virtual instruction model during the week of Nov. 16, with students returning to campus Nov. 30 after Thanksgiving break.
As people begin to prepare for the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday, local grocery stores are stocking up to make sure they are ready for anything even with Turkey Day looking a little different this year thanks to COVID-19.
The 94th annual Natchitoches Christmas Festival carries on this year, amid the coronavirus pandemic, after the Louisiana State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Department of Health approved a proposed plan.