COVID-19 in Arkansas: COVID-19 deaths exceed 11,000 in Arkansas
COVID-19 in Arkansas: COVID-19 deaths exceed 11,000 in Arkansas

COVID-19 in Arkansas: COVID-19 deaths exceed 11,000 in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Arkansas Department of Health released data Thursday showing that the number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 in Arkansas has now exceeded 11,000.

Health authorities reported 31 more deaths attributed to COVID-19, increasing the number of people who have died in the state since the start of the pandemic to 11,030.

The ADH data also showed 1,610 active cases of the virus, a decrease of 91 from the previous day. There were 457 new cases of the virus, raising the total number of cases to 828,166 since the pandemic began.

According to the latest figures, there was a decrease of nine admissions during the last 24 hours to 204. The number of patients in respirator increased by three in the last 24 hours to 40, while 70 people are in intensive care units in Arkansas due to virus, an increase of three compared to the day before.

During the last 24 hours, 1,737 new COVID-19 vaccine doses were given to Arkansans. The number of Arkansans fully immunized increased to 1,574,180, with a further 371,067 partially immunized.

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