Louisiana Coronavirus: More than 1,300 new cases, 33 more deaths in 2 days; View data Coronavirus

The Louisiana Department of Health reported 1,353 more coronavirus cases and 33 more deaths in its daily afternoon update on Sunday.

The number of hospitalized people declined by 43 and the number of patients requiring ventilators declined by 10.

Sunday totals reflect two days of data as LDH does not provide updates on Saturday to ease the burden on its officers and on lab testing.

Here are some key statewide statistics as of Sunday:

– Total cases: 1,353

– Total Death: 5,065

– Currently hospitalized: 680

– Currently on ventilator: 107

– Recovered: 140,440 September 7 (updated weekly)

– Possible Cases: 935 as of September 9 (weekly update)

pay attention: The Advocate and The Times-Picayune staff calculate an increase in daily case numbers based on the difference between today’s total and yesterday’s confirmed coronovirus cases. The Louisiana Department of Health issues a daily case count on Twitter based on the removal of duplicate cases. This case calculation may differ from the one listed here.

You can see more graphs and charts, breaking down the data by clicking here.

Louisiana began reopening for Phase 1 on May 15–16, then transferred to Phase 2 on June 5. Louisiana Government John Bel Edwards extended Louisiana’s Phase 2 restrictions twice in August before being moved to the state’s Phase 3 in August.

This is a developing story. More details and analysis to come.