LABEOC Update - 4/6/2020

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LABEOC Update - 6 April 2020

As of noon (12:00 PM) today, Louisiana has 14,867 diagnosed cases, 512 deaths and 1,809 patients hospitalized (563 requiring ventilators)associated with the outbreak. All data is available at

DHS CISA Cross Sector Coordination Call. Tuesday, April 7, 2pm Central
Dial in: 1-800-593-7177
PIN: 7963614

Texas Travel (UPDATED). Texas has implemented checkpoints at all border crossings into the state. Commercial vehicles are to use the left most lane and enter unimpeded. Passenger vehicles may be stopped and required to fill out 14-day quarantine information. Follow the Louisiana State Police & LABEOC social media for updates.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce Tracker. The U.S. Chamber is actively monitoring and tracking nationwide information. Download Tracker Here

COVID-19: Simple Answers to Top Questions. The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials has published a guide book with in-depth answers to the top questions surrounding COVID-19, travel, protection, transmission, response, and control.

GNOpivot Resource Database. The database was created to connect local businesses that are pivoting to serve the community’s immediate needs as a result of the coronavirus. This at-a-glance resource page allows you to filter companies by their products or services. There is a wide range of companies in the list, all offering something to assist in flattening the curve and sustaining our economy.

Businesses Seeking to Do Business with the State. Vendors and companies seeking to do business with the state during the COVID-19 response should use the LaPAC website. Bids on requirements are released daily to support on-going response and recovery efforts.

Seeking Business or Support from the Federal Government?

Thank you again for your support of Louisiana!


Chris J. DeGuelle 
LABEOC Director

The LA BEOC is designed and developed by the NIMSAT Institute under the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the Louisiana Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP)

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