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Active cases continue to decrease, still over 50 cases in Montgomery County

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online

Montgomery County finally has a little bit of good news with active COVID-19 cases dropping into the 50’s after several weeks in the 60s and 70s. The state of Arkansas continues to report an increase in active cases with 22,158 active cases reported across Arkansas.

Montgomery County is reporting 39 new cases since last Tuesday with 438 cumulative cases being reported. That includes 369 confirmed cases and 70 probable. Active case counts are down to 54 this Tuesday with 35 confirmed cases and 19 probable cases. Deaths are on the rise in Montgomery County with 17 (15 confirmed, 2 probable) being reported in the same time frame.

Statewide there have been 203,107 cumulative cases (171,672 confirmed, 31,435 probable) reported with 177,629 recoveries and 3,295 COVID related deaths.

Scott County is the only bordering county to report fewer active cases this week. As of Tuesday morning they were reporting 40 active cases (33 confirmed, 7 probable) and 496 cumulative cases (401 confirmed, 95 probable). They have 449 recoveries (361 confirmed, 88 probable) and seven deaths.

Garland County is reporting 590 active cases (452 confirmed, 138 probable) and 5,083 cumulative cases (4,487 confirmed, 596 probable). They have 4,354 recoveries (3,912 confirmed, 442 probable) and 137 deaths (121 confirmed, 16 probable).

Yell County is reporting 269 active cases (214 confirmed, 55 probable) and 2,157 cumulative cases (1,984 confirmed, 173 probable). They have 1,849 recoveries (1,735 confirmed, 114 probable) and 39 deaths (35 confirmed, 4 probable).

Hot Spring County is reporting 250 active cases (207 confirmed, 43 probable) and 3,349 cumulative cases (3,161 confirmed, 188 probable). They have 3,045 recoveries (2,904 confirmed, 141 probable) and 54 deaths (50 confirmed, 4 probable).

Clark County is reporting 207 active cases (168 confirmed, 39 probable) and 1,215 cumulative (1,029 confirmed, 186 probable). They have 989 recoveries (845 confirmed, 144 probable) and 19 deaths (16 confirmed, 3 probable).

Polk County is reporting 99 active cases (85 confirmed, 14 probable) and 1,118 cumulative cases (1,008 confirmed, 110 probable). They have 989 recoveries (894 confirmed, 95 probable) and 29 deaths (28 confirmed, 1 probable).

Howard County is reporting 96 active cases (44 confirmed, 52 probable) and 1,023 cumulative cases (754 confirmed, 269 probable). They have 910 recoveries (694 confirmed, 216 probable) and 17 deaths (16 confirmed, 1 probable).

Pike County is reporting 79 active cases (47 confirmed, 32 probable) and 566 cumulative cases (477 confirmed, 89 probable). They have 479 recoveries (424 confirmed, 55 probable) and eight deaths (6 confirmed, 2 probable).

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