The health department said it has received at least 100 reports of patrons and staff testing positive for COVID-19. The managers added the bars were undergoing an intensive cleaning. The Chimes attracted a small crowd of customers last month, and its curbside and takeout service was still booming. Adams said his businesses, JL’s Place and Reggie’s, had just reopened on June 5 after the state went into the second phase of eased social distancing measures and followed all the state’s safety protocols and more. Students will get their test results via email in two to four days. LSU is scheduled to start its national title defense Sept. 5 against the UTSA Roadrunners. of The Athletic confirmed the news, noting the number of positive tests on the football team was "in the teens," with some testing positive following a Tigerland event that led to an outbreak. If you do not have a health care provider, you can call 211 who can help you identify one. LSU postpones Phase 3 reopening of campus; officials hopeful to start fall semester on schedule, After coronavirus cluster linked to Tigerland, Fred's to host drive-thru testing for students, What could LSU's fall semester look like? Three have turned up positive, while 14 to 15 are negative. THE LATEST NUMBERS HERE ON THE CORONAVIRUS STAND AT 48,500. As of Monday, people ages 18 to 29 lead the state in positive cases with a total of 8,456. “Through our Relief Telemed platform, we have become the leading provider of onsite COVID testing solutions to employers and schools. CNN's Erin Burnett discusses the struggles President-elect Joe Biden is facing during his transition to the presidency because Trump GSA appointee Emily Murphy is refusing to start the process. Trevor says he ‘didn’t really feel that bad’ before positive test, but is cautious about virus having lingering impact. To reach the newsroom or report a typo/correction, click HERE. So we have to do better. The Louisiana Department of Health confirmed Friday an outbreak connected to multiple Tigerland bars in Baton Rouge. The state doesn’t either. Testing has shown that five employees have tested positive at Reggie's and four at JL's with about 10 negative tests so far among both bars, Adams said. Raphael Warnock head to runoffs in January. At least three bars near the LSU campus have employees who have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19), owners of the establishments confirmed Friday. The Department has received at least 100 reports of patrons and staff testing positive for COVID-19. A statement on Facebook said that the bar and restaurant would be "temporarily closed as a precautionary measure related to the influx of Covid 19 cases in the LSU area.". We were prepared from the get-go for a lot of virus. Many of these people are asymptomatic, and we know that young people are more likely to remain asymptomatic than older individuals, but they yet or contagious on. The Chimes announced on Friday that it would close its original location along Highland Road at the North Gates of LSU until further notice. "LDH is receiving increased reports of individuals testing positive for COVID-19 after visiting bars and private social gatherings. Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated reported the news, noting they were not all placed into quarantine because they tested positive for COVID-19, as some were "found to have contacted positives.". "It's a pandemic. The Trump legal team held a press conference at the Four Seasons…Total Landscaping. It said it had received more than 100 reports of patrons and bar employees testing positive for COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the virus. BATON ROUGE, La. Several of the employees who tested positive were apartment roommates. They are places where people go to meet others and be seen, she said, and don’t offer a high probability that patrons will employ social distancing measures, especially with physically uncomfortable and socially counterintuitive measures like face coverings. Uh, I would ask young people, old people, people in the middle, everybody, uh, toe where u mass keep socially distance from people who are not part of your immediate household. The latest data comes after multiple outbreaks were reported across southeast, Louisiana over the weekend. At least 30 LSU Tigers football players are reportedly in quarantine because of the COVID-19 pandemic. At least 30 LSU Tigers football players are reportedly in quarantine because of the COVID-19 pandemic. BATON ROUGE - The Department of Health confirmed Friday that at least 100 COVID-19 cases were reported among people who worked in or visited Tigerland this past weekend. Multiple LSU football players have tested positive for coronavirus and are now in self-quarantine, multiple sources told The Advocate. Anyone who visited Tigerland bars over the weekend should consider themselves exposed to COVID-19 and should self-quarantine for 14 days and monitor for symptoms, according to the Louisiana Department of Health. LSU, in conjunction with the Louisiana Department of Health, is continually monitoring conditions related to COVID-19 and will keep the university community informed through this dashboard. Anyone who visited Tigerland bars over the weekend should consider themselves exposed to COVID-19 and should self-quarantine for 14 days and monitor for symptoms, according to the Louisiana Department of Health. Local and national elections & political news, delivered to your inbox. None had required patrons to wear masks, however. "It's a pandemic. Emails sent to two bar officials were not immediately answered Friday. The Department has received at least 100 reports of patrons and staff testing positive for COVID-19. Well, it's high school graduation parties in New Orleans and elsewhere around the state. At least 30 LSU … If an exposed individual tests negative for COVID-19 prior to the end of the quarantine period, they still need to remain quarantined for the remainder of the 14 days. Researchers were able to document that after one infected person barhopped one night among three bars in Seoul’s nightclub district, as many as 40 people turned up infected, the New York Times reported. The push to check students comes a week after the Louisiana Department of Health declared an outbreak connected to a night out at the bars near LSU’s campus. Dellenger noted some of the quarantined players have participated in modified outdoor workouts with the quarantined group. Email notifications are only sent once a day, and only if there are new matching items. The Louisiana Heath Department reported that over 100 cases of COVID-19 linked to an outbreak at Tigerland bar in Baton Rouge. We were prepared from the get-go for a lot of virus. A worker answering the telephone at The Chimes declined to comment and provided a contact email. The bar and restauarant closed Friday until further notice, a statement said Friday, June 19, 2020, due to an influx of coronavirus cases in the LSU area. Over 100 COVID-19 cases linked to outbreak at Tigerland bars in Baton Rouge, THIS IS WDSU NEWS AT NOON. The Louisiana Department of Health confirmed Friday an outbreak connected to multiple Tigerland bars in Baton Rouge.The health department said it has received at least 100 reports of patrons and staff testing positive for COVID-19. Local and national elections & political news, delivered to your inbox. It is very clear that is not happening, not going to happen, So we do have a new normal whether we like it or not. The Louisiana Department of Health can confirm an outbreak connected to multiple Tigerland … Complicating their decisions about whether to remain open for business: some employees were worried about working at the establishments and then returning home to their parents for the Father’s Day weekend, the owners said. All rights reserved. We should not be shocked. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19: Anyone with known exposure and any of the above symptoms should contact their healthcare provider to get tested. Fred's in Tigerland will host a drive-thru coronavirus testing site on Thursday for college students and staff who work at nearby bars. Brody Miller of The Athletic confirmed the news, noting the number of positive tests on the football team was "in the teens," with some testing positive following a Tigerland event that led to an outbreak. And again, this is just according to the testing. There are also 10 deaths reported for the age group. (WAFB) - Two healthcare companies, Relief Telemed and Neighborhood Health, partnered with Fred’s bar to offer drive-thru COVID-19 screenings Thursday (June 25) to local college students and bar staff who work in Tigerland. And several signature bars and restaurants near campus closed temporarily as workers tested positive, owners and managers said. At Least 30 LSU Football Players Quarantined Due to COVID-19 Outbreak LSU’s situation is on par with a nationwide uptick in the virus related to the … Young people lead Louisiana in positive COVID-19 cases. He, like other bar managers, said the employees, mostly college-age students in their 20s, were either asymptomatic or had minimal symptoms and didn't know they were ill before being tested. Now, the bars are using an app called LineLeap to ensure they don’t exceed maximum capacity. Jason Nay, the manager, said the approximately 20 employees at bar have been getting tested. The temporarily closures at the popular college hangouts came less than two weeks after the state shifted into Phase II of eased social distancing restrictions that allowed bars to reopen for the first time since mid-March and granted restaurants greater customer capacity. Baton Rouge bars reopened Sept. 30 after Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome and the Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control gave approval. Young people are leading the Louisiana in positive COVID-19 cases, according to the most recent data from the Louisiana Health Department. And in fact, we've had 13 people under 29 who have died as result of this pandemic. LDH has a list of COVID-19 test sites on its website. National columnist: As LSU, other schools combat coronavirus, what are athletes signing up for? The latest data comes after multiple outbreaks were reported across southeast, Louisiana over the weekend. “You contract it here and then you get tested for it here, so it’s like full-circle,” Johnathan Pham, a recent LSU grad taking a test, said. He said two employees who are roommates turned up positive and that led to the decision to have all workers tested. According to the CDC, testing is recommended for all close contacts of those who have tested positive for COVID-19, especially during an outbreak due to the high likelihood of exposure. Gatherings where people are interacting without a mask and within 6 feet of one another present inherent risk of virus spread.LDH urges the public, in the strongest terms possible, to wear a mask when in public spaces to reduce the spread of COVID-19, and to adhere to the orders contained in the Governor's Phase Two Reopening Proclamation.