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Covid-19 Resources for New Orleanians

While not the definitive list, we hope this page will give you some helpful information for living in the age of Covid-19 in New Orleans.

Where to find aid, advocacy & entertainment during Phase 2

July is halfway over and we’re still dealing with the fallout of Covid-19. Here’s an update to the aid, advocacy, and...

Help Jackson Square Artists get back on their feet!

When misfortune strikes, New Orleanians come together to help. Last month the Jackson Square Artists cart yard was broken into and carts...
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Expanded outdoor dining in New Orleans streets starts soon, and here's a glimpse of how it'll work https://www.nola.com/entertainment_life/eat-drink/article_988516be-d820-11ea-a8c0-a7dc2cb76c1a.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share via @nolanews #itsyournola #nola

#TESTING open until 6pm: Free #covid19 testing available at drive-thru & walk-up sites in this week. @CityOfNOLA will now be operating three federally-supported drive-thru sites across the city Monday - Saturday (4th on the Westbank at the Alario Center). http://ready.nola.gov/mobile-testing

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Were you downtown on Friday? Did you get out to see the Saints Pep Rally that was held at the Hancock Whitney Building (former 1 Shell Square)? Here is a taste of what it looked like.

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