UPDATE (Monday at 7:30 p.m.) — The Arkansas Department of Health updated its website of confirmed cases of COVID-19. The website shows 201 confirmed cases of the virus in the state. It also shows 6 people have recovered since the first case was reported on March 11.
UPDATE (Monday at 4:30 p.m.) — The Arkansas Department of Health updated its website of confirmed cases of COVID-19. The website shows 197 confirmed cases of the virus in the state. According to the ADH’s website, Crawford County is reporting its first case.
In a press conference early this afternoon, Dr. Nate Smith, Secretary of ADH announced 5 people have recovered from the first since the first cases were reported in the state.
Positive Cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas
As of Monday at 1 p.m., the Arkansas Department of Health updated its website showing 174 COVID-19 cases confirmed in the state.
UPDATE (Sunday, March 22nd): The Arkansas Department of Health updated the state Sunday and confirmed that there are now 165 cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas.
Positive Cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas: As of 6:50 p.m. Sunday
|County||Confirmed Cases||Negative Cases|
|Status Update as of March 22, 2020, 12:45 pm|
|Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas||165|
|Arkansas Department of Health Lab positive test results||84|
|Commercial lab positive test results||81|
|Persons Under Investigation (PUI)||119|
|Persons being monitored by ADH with daily check-in and guidance because of an identified risk||517|
|Past PUIs with negative test results||711|
|Arkansas Department of Health Lab negative test results||419|
|Commercial Lab negative test results||292|
Positives of COVID-19 in Arkansas
Current as of 3.22.20, 12:45pm