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Aubri Juhasz / WWNO

New Orleans is battling another surge of the coronavirus and while health officials insist school buildings remain safe, they’re concerned outside cases may start making their way inside.

Paula Burch-Celentano / Tulane University

Tulane University will receive 5,000 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines early next week, kicking off the school’s vaccination rollout, according to a press release on the university’s news site.

Phoebe Jones / WWNO

About 20 people gathered in Duncan Plaza on Thursday for a protest called by socialist organization Worker's Voice Newspaper to show their opposition to the siege on the U.S. State Capitol by Trump supporters and political extremists.

Ryan Kailath / WWNO

Five of the six Republican members of Louisiana’s congressional delegation sided with President Donald Trump on Wednesday night in an attempt to stop President-elect Joe Biden taking office.

Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office

Collin Arnold, director of New Orleans Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (NOHSEP) was arrested early Thursday morning on charges of drinking and driving.

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