Tuesday: Active COVID-19 cases pass 5,000; 522 added Monday

On Saturday, 511 new COVID-19 cases were added to the state’s totals. On Sunday, another 419 cases were added. On Monday, 522 new COVID-19 cases were added, the governor’s report said.

7 PM

Arkansas COVID Numbers

Cumulative Confirmed Cases: 16,083

Deaths: 227

Recovered: 10,793

Total Active Cases: 5,063

Source: ADH’s map


7 PM

COVID in NEA

  • Craighead: 401 cases, 60 active, 336 recoveries, 5 deaths, 8,688 negatives
  • Poinsett: 53 cases, 7 active, 43 recoveries, 3 deaths, 1,440 negatives
  • Greene: 94 cases, 27 active, 67 recoveries, 0 deaths, 3,161 negatives
  • Clay: 46 cases, 37 active, 7 recoveries, 2 deaths, 1,183 negatives
  • Randolph: 39 cases, 10 active, 28 recoveries, 1 deaths, 1,516 negatives
  • Lawrence: 94 cases, 10 active, 75 recoveries, 9 deaths, 1,194 negatives
  • Crittenden: 600 cases, 103 active, 487 recoveries, 10 deaths, 5,144 negatives
  • Cross: 82 cases, 11 active, 70 recoveries, 0 deaths, 1,283 negatives
  • Jackson: 24 case, 13 active, 11 recovery, 0 deaths, 680 negatives
  • Mississippi: 115 cases, 22 active, 90 recoveries, 3 deaths, 3,005 negatives
  • Sharp: 51 cases, 4 active, 43 recoveries, 4 death, 793 negatives

Source: ADH’s map


Monday press conference


JUNE 22:

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. 


7 PM

Hospitalizations

Currently Hospitalized 237
Ever Hospitalized 1,188
Currently on Ventilator 61
Ever on Ventilator 186
Total Nursing Home Residents 619

 

7 PM

United States: 2,310,334 positive

120,384 have died. 640,198 have recovered.

Global: 9,062,837 positive

471,554 have died. 4,499,233 have recovered.

Source: Johns Hopkins University.


11 AM Monday

State rankings

Arkansas ranks 39 (38th without DC) in death totals in the United States. By comparison, Arkansas is 34th in population, meaning Arkansas is slightly better than average.

Of the states bordering it, Arkansas ranks the lowest in overall deaths contributed to the disease. Nearby Mississippi, which has almost the same number of residents as Arkansas, has almost four times as many deaths attributed to COVID-19.

Source: Johns Hopkins University.

1. New York | 31,125 deaths

2. New Jersey | 12,939 deaths

3. Massachusetts | 7,857 deaths

4. Illinois | 6,647 deaths

5. Pennsylvania | 6,423 deaths

6. Michigan | 6,090 deaths

7: California | 5,517 deaths

8. Connecticut | 4,260 deaths

9. Florida | 3,161 deaths

10: Louisiana | 3,105 deaths

11. Maryland | 3,074 deaths

12. Ohio | 2,700 deaths

13. Georgia | 2,643 deaths

14. Indiana | 2,540 deaths

15. Texas | 2,191 deaths

16. Colorado| 1,647 deaths

17: Virginia | 1,620 deaths

18: Minnesota | 1,412 deaths

19: Arizona| 1,349 deaths

20: Washington | 1,270 deaths

21: North Carolina | 1,221 deaths

22: Missouri | 966 deaths

23: Mississippi | 938 deaths

24: Rhode Island | 894 deaths

25: Alabama | 839 deaths

26: Wisconsin | 744 deaths

27: Iowa | 686 deaths

28: South Carolina | 653 deaths

29: District of Columbia | 535 deaths

30: Kentucky | 526 deaths

31. Tennessee | 526 deaths,

32. Nevada | 487 deaths

33. New Mexico | 469 deaths

34. Delaware | 435 deaths

35. Oklahoma | 369 deaths

36. New Hampshire | 339 deaths

37. Kansas | 257 deaths

38. Nebraska | 244 deaths

39. Arkansas | 225 deaths

40. Oregon | 188 deaths

41. Utah | 158 deaths

42. Puerto Rico | 149 deaths

43. Maine | 102 deaths

44. Idaho | 89 deaths

45. West Virginia | 89 deaths

46. South Dakota | 81 deaths

47. North Dakota | 77 deaths

48. Vermont | 56 deaths

49. Montana | 20 deaths

50. Wyoming | 20 deaths

51. Hawaii | 17 deaths

52. Alaska | 12 deaths


 

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