LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — The Arkansas Department of Health recorded 3,804 new COVID-19 cases and 12 additional deaths due to the virus in Arkansas on Sunday, January 23.
There are 100,797 cases statewide considered active by the ADH, a decrease of 1,779.
A total of 1,633 people are hospitalized which is a decrease of 26. There are 196 people on ventilators, a decrease of 11.
Top counties reporting new cases:
- Pulaski – 466
- Benton – 374
- Faulkner – 245
The statewide death toll due to COVID-19 increased to 9,510.
Of the state’s 4,859,090 vaccine doses, 3,851,576 have been administered, according to the Arkansas Department of Health. 372,507 people have received only their first dose, while 1,535,907 people are fully vaccinated.
“The decline in active cases and hospitalizations is a good start for the week,” Gov. Asa Hutchinson said on Twitter. “Both hope and action are important in our state and nation. If you feel sick, get tested and stay home. We know the steps to take to protect ourselves and our neighbors.”