Two weekend deaths from virus bring total WBR deaths to three from COVID-19
PORT ALLEN - Two additional virus-related deaths this weekend brought the number of West Baton Rouge residents dead from coronavirus to three.
Authorities told WBRZ Chief Investigator Chris Nakamoto Sunday, a 67-year-old woman and an 80-year-old both died in the care of doctors at a hospital in Baton Rouge.
One of the people died Saturday night, the other Sunday morning.
The both tested positive for COVID-19, the west side coroner's office told WBRZ.
Earlier, a man in his 70s died at the hospital. He'd been a resident at Legacy nursing home.
WBRZ previously reported the parish says all of its government offices, parks and community services are closed until further notice.
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