Active COVID-19 cases in Arkansas have dropped by more than 120 on Monday.
The Arkansas Department of Health reported that there are 1,789 active COVID-19 cases in the state as of Monday, April 19. This is a decrease of 121 cases from Sunday.
According to the ADH report, there are 1,269 confirmed active cases and 520 probable active cases.
There have been 333,511 total COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic. Of this total, 261,472 cases have been confirmed in Arkansas and 72,039 have been confirmed. The Department of Health reported that there was an increase of 59 cases from Sunday.
Both deaths and hospitalizations rose on Monday. There were five more deaths added to the statewide toll on Monday, bringing Arkansas’ total to 5,699. There were three additional COVID-related hospitalizations, bringing the state’s current total to 164. There was also one new ventilator user, with 22 COVID-related ventilator users.
The number of COVID-19 vaccine doses given out increased by 6,487 on Monday. To date, the state has received 2,262,130 doses and given out 1,538,762 doses for a 68 percentage.
In total, 626,397 individuals have been fully immunized and 338,832 individuals have been partially immunized.