Hospitalizations took a large jump in Tuesday’s report from the Arkansas governor
St. Bernards will again offer free, comprehensive student-athlete pre-participation evaluations for area high school students on August 1 at First National Bank Arena after delaying the examinations due to COVID-19.
Haag Brown is developing a huge, new stand-alone building that will house NEA Baptist’s Pediatrics and Dermatology clinics.
Arkansas continued to see growth in COVID-19 numbers over the weekend.
A restaurant in NEA shut down its dining room this week because customers refused to wear masks.
On Monday, 522 new COVID-19 cases were added, the governor’s report said.
As phase 2 began Monday, Arkansas continued adding new COVID-19 cases
731 new cases were added on Friday, bringing active totals to over 3,700.
Over 2,100 active Covid cases were active in Arkansas as Wednesday began.
Arkansas has had 7,443 cumulative cases of COVID-19 to date but most have recovered.