Roundup: Tech Park Academy / COVID-19 immunity / State AG race

    Tax credits discussion: Stephanie Hartman, director of small business services for Louisiana Economic Development, will be speaking at this month’s Tech Park Academy event with Nexus Louisiana. On April 15, at 11:30 a.m., Hartman and her team will discuss LED services and tax credits that entrepreneurs and small business owners can access. Register for the event here. 

    How long? Research is underway to clearly define how long people will be immune from COVID-19 after receiving one of the vaccines. In the meantime, health experts say that vaccine-induced protection should last a minimum of about three months, The Washington Post reports. As researchers continue to study the vaccines, that shelf life is expected to grow. Read the full story. 

    Early announcement: Third District Attorney John Belton of Ruston will run for Louisiana attorney general in 2023 if incumbent Attorney General Jeff Landry runs for governor as expected. Belton, who isn’t affiliated with a political party, made the announcement Monday at the Louisiana District Attorneys Association midyear meeting in Gulf Shores, Alabama, and confirmed his intentions with USA Today network