An employee at Arkansas State University has tested positive for COVID-19, a campus security notice said Friday morning.
Sharp County is shown to have it’s first case with 1-4 positives being added to the map in the most recent updates to the Arkansas Department of Health’s COVID-19 page.
The White House announced a grim expectation of at least 100,000 US deaths from COVID-19 this week.
The Arkansas Department of Health announced on Tuesday. Columbia, Newton, and Perry counties were added to the list.
On Thursday, the first coronavirus case was confirmed in Randolph County. Three deaths also have been reported.
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Lawrence County’s first case was confirmed on Monday. So was Cross County’s, later in the evening.
Numbers released on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 12:45 pm show 165 cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas
The latest numbers from the Arkansas Department of Health released Saturday afternoon, March 21.
Starting Tuesday, Dollar General will dedicate the first hour of operations to seniors.