Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said he will extend the state's executive order to stay at home until April 30.
In the order, Edwards listed all businesses and services that should be closed; he did not mention anything about religious services.
Some context: Earlier this week, the pastor of a Louisiana church was charged with misdemeanors for holding church services despite the order on gatherings from the government.
Edwards did say that there should be no gatherings in groups of more than 10.
Schools will remain closed through April 30 and new guidance will come from the Department of Education in the coming days on what the rest of the school year will look like, Edwards said.