COVID-19 in Arkansas: Active cases fall to less than 10,000 since late December
COVID-19 in Arkansas: Active cases fall to less than 10,000 since late December

COVID-19 in Arkansas: Active cases fall to less than 10,000 since late December

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. New figures from the Arkansas Department of Health show that the number of active cases of COVID-19 in the state has dropped to less than 10,000 for the first time since December 26th.

The ADH data released on Monday showed that active cases fell by 1,336, bringing the total to 9,970. Data also showed 571 new cases of the virus, raising the total number to 815,299.

There were no further deaths reported in the latest data, keeping the state’s total at 10,190 for the entire duration of the pandemic.

ADH officials also reported that hospital admissions fell by 31, bringing the total number of hospitalized Arkansans with the virus to 716. There were 23 fewer patients reported in the intensive care unit. with 213 ICU cases, and the state reported 109 patients currently on ventilators, a decrease of five.

Health authorities reported that there are currently 1,563,374 Arkansans fully immunized and a further 370,825 partially immunized.

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