Friday: 731 new COVID cases reported today; Biggest increase yet for Arkansas

JONESBORO, Ark. – This week has continued to see a large spike in COVID-19 cases across Arkansas.

On Saturday, there were 450 new COVID-19 cases reported in Arkansas. Then on Sunday, another 335 new cases were added. On Monday, 314 cases were added. On Tuesday, 340 cases were added. On Wednesday, it was 288. And on Thursday, 448 new cases were reported.

However, on Friday, with 731 new cases added, it seemed to confirm that a second wave was underway.


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Arkansas COVID Numbers

Cumulative Confirmed Cases: 11,547

Deaths: 176

Recovered: 7,607

Total Active Cases: 3,764

Source: ADH’s map


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Hospitalizations in Arkansas

Currently Hospitalized 203
Ever Hospitalized 979
Currently on Ventilator 49
Ever on Ventilator 160
Total Nursing Home Residents 509

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COVID in NEA

  • Craighead: 346 cases, 98 active, 247 recoveries, 1 death, 7,457 negatives
  • Poinsett: 50 cases, 15 active, 32 recoveries, 3 deaths, 1,014 negatives
  • Greene: 69 cases, 3 active, 66 recoveries, 0 deaths, 2,567 negatives
  • Clay: 9 cases, 4 active, 5 recoveries, 0 deaths, 801 negatives
  • Randolph: 28 cases, 4 active, 24 recoveries, 0 deaths, 1,273 negatives
  • Lawrence: 90 cases, 9 active, 72 recoveries, 9 deaths, 1,035 negatives
  • Crittenden: 508 cases, 104 active, 395 recoveries, 9 deaths, 4,156 negatives
  • Cross: 74 cases, 23 active, 51 recoveries, 0 deaths, 920 negatives
  • Jackson: 15 case, 10 active, 5 recovery, 0 deaths, 557 negatives
  • Mississippi: 89 cases, 12 active, 75 recoveries, 2 deaths, 2,257 negatives
  • Sharp: 51 cases, 5 active, 43 recoveries, 3 death, 670 negatives

Source: ADH’s map


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Tracking the growth in Arkansas

Friend of NEA Report Dr. Pat Carroll of Pocahontas is helping us track the data with numerous informational graphs, all updated daily at his website located here. 


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United States: 2,046,643 positive

114,643 have died. 547,386 have recovered.

Global: 7,629,227 positive

425,330 have died. 3,613,211 have recovered.

Source: Johns Hopkins University.


Always Remember…


To access the Arkansas Department of Health’s coronavirus resource page, click here. 

 




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