Get detailed information about COVID-19, including how to protect yourself and current case statistics, from the Louisiana Department of Health.
View Parish-wide updates and information from St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper.
To view current COVID-19 vaccine information, including eligibility requirements and vaccine locations on the Northshore, visit here.
The Louisiana indoor mask mandate has been lifted. Read more.
Governor Bel. Edwards extends the indoor mask mandate through October 27.
Governor Bel. Edwards extends the indoor mask mandate through September 29.
Governor Bel. Edwards reinstates state-wide, indoor mask mandate.
In new mandate, Governor Edwards eases COVID-19 restrictions and the statewide mask mandate has been lifted starting today.
Gov. Edwards eases COVID-19 restrictions as hospitalizations decline and vaccine distribution increases. This current mandate will expire on April 28.
Governor Edwards announced Louisiana will move forward into Phase 3 of the COVID-19 reopening guidelines. This current mandate will expire on March 31.
Starting today, Gov. Edwards expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to teachers, pregnant persons, non-emergency transportation staff, and persons over 55 with certain health conditions, among others. View here for more information.
Starting the week of January 4, 2021, extremely limited quantities of the COVID-19 Moderna vaccine will be available across the state of Louisiana, including in St. Tammany Parish, to a select portion of the population. Visit here for eligibility and pharmacy information.
Louisiana "steps back" into Phase 2 to curb the rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Read more.
Gov. Edwards, again, extends Louisiana's current Phase 3 guidelines until December 4.
Governor Edwards extends Louisiana's current Phase 3 guidelines until November 6.
Governor Edwards announces Louisiana will move forward with Phase 3 guidelines until October 9.
Bel Edwards signs order to extend current phase two guidelines in Louisiana until September 11.
Gov. Edwards extends Louisiana's current Phase 2 guidelines to August 28.
Gov. Edwards extends Louisiana's current Phase 2 guidelines to August 7.
Governor Edwards issues a statewide mask mandate and closes bars as COVID-19 continues to spread across the state.
Gov. John Bel Edwards confirms Louisiana will continue to operate under Phase 2 guidelines (and not move forward with implementing Phase 3) for an additional 28 days as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Gov. Edwards announces Louisiana will begin Phase 2 of Louisiana's Roadmap to Resilience on June 05, 2020.
St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper holds a hurricane preparedness press conference, to discuss plans as they relate to COVID-19. View the press conference by clicking photo below.
Louisiana Department of Health announces Louisiana's Plan to Expand Contact Tracing throughout the State.
Ochsner Health announces community COVID-19 testing in St. Tammany at Church of the King - Little Creek Campus in Mandeville, with no doctor's order required. Read full announcement below.
Gov. Bel Edwards confirms Louisiana will move forward with implementing Phase One of opening local businesses on May 15, and the Stay At Home Order will expire as expected.
Businesses can utilize the Open Safely online resource for helpful guidance specific to their industry.
Gov. Bel Edwards extends Stay At Home Order, originally set to expire on April 30, through May 15.
St. Tammany President Mike Cooper announces St. Tammany Economic Recovery and Resiliency Advisory Council, as part of the Live Safe. Work Safe. Shop Safe. Action Plan and Re-opening Strategy for the Parish, to be carried out following the expiration of the current Stay At Home Order on April 30, 2020. Read more.
St. Tammany Corporation, in connection with the Advisory Council, is taking public comment and input "to help shape the back to work and re-opening plan for St. Tammany Parish".
To submit your feedback, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gov. Bel Edwards signs order to close schools state-wide for the remainder of 2019 - 2020 school year. Remote learning will continue.
Parish President Mike Cooper signs an Executive Proclamation to extend the Stay At Home Order for St. Tammany residents through April 30, 2020. Read the full details of the proclamation.
St. Tammany Health System (STHS) Mandeville Diagnostic Center will operate as a drive-through COVID-19 testing center for patients with doctor's orders and coronavirus symptoms, Monday - Friday, 1-5 pm.
201 St. Ann Drive, Ste. A,
Mandeville, LA 70471
"Gov John Bel Edwards issued a statewide Stay at Home order that goes into effect at 5 p.m. Monday, March 23, to further fight the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana, as the number of confirmed cases have topped 800 and spread to more than half of our parishes."
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Oschner Urgent Care Center in Mandeville designated for COVID-19 assessment and testing if recommended by the Louisiana Department of Health and the patient's provider.
2735 US-190, Suite D
Mandeville, LA 70471