COVID-19 IN ARKANSAS: Declining numbers that are declining
COVID-19 IN ARKANSAS: Declining numbers that are declining

COVID-19 IN ARKANSAS: Declining numbers that are declining

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – A decline in COVID-19 in Arkansas continues, while declining drastically over the past two weeks

Data from the Arkansas Department of Health show that the number of active cases in the state dropped by 603 to 11,306 within the last 24 hours. The figures show that there have now been a total of 814,728 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, with new cases increasing by 803 since the previous reporting on Saturday.

The ADH data reported 747 patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19, a decrease of 37 since Saturday. The figures also showed 114 patients currently on respirator, nine fewer than on Saturday and 236 patients in the intensive care unit, with a drop of five.

Tuesday’s update also showed an increase of one in the number of Arkansans who have died due to COVID-19, increasing the total number to 10,292.

ADH also reported that there are now 1,563,232 Arkansans fully immunized, with a further 370,789 partially immunized.

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