Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards urged people to keep social-distancing for the Easter holiday.
"This Easter is not going to look like previous Easters, but it doesn't mean that you can't find some significant way to meaningfully worship and to celebrate," Edwards, a Democrat, said. "There was no Easter exemption from the stay-at-home order. There was no Easter exemption from the 10 person limit. Because that virus isn't going to honor that."
"The virus is very much in control and that's why we're trying to do things that will actually limit the impact of the virus," Edwards said.