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Concordia Parish on Wednesday reports more COVID case

On Wednesday, the Concordia Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness received four new verified COVID-19 cases.

The parish now has a total of 105 verified cases and six deaths.

Wednesday’s reported cases were in a 57-year-old black male, who tested on June 15 at an unknown location and his current status is not known; a 35-year-old black male, who tested on June 15 at an unknown location and his current status is not known; a 22-year-old black female, who tested on June 15 at an unknown location and her current status is not known; and a 38-year-old black female, who tested on June 15 at an unknown location and her current status is not known.

Also, the Concordia Parish OHSEP in cooperation with the Louisiana Department of Health and the Louisiana National Guard will be sponsoring free COVID-19 Testing June 25-26.

The test sites are opened to anyone with a valid identification and 18 years old or older. The testing is pain free and you never leave the comfort of your vehicle.

Testing will be from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. June 25 at Monterey High School and 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. June 26 at the Old Concordia Parish Library in Clayton.

 

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