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Active COVID-19 cases down to 14 in Montgomery County

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY

montcnews2@windstream.net

Montgomery County Nursing Home Director Tommy Johnston has announced that the nursing home is free of any positive COVID-19 cases as reported active COVID-19 cases continue to decline in Montgomery County.

Johnston stated last Wednesday that the most recent test results from the nursing home facility were free of any positive cases among residents and staff. This is great news for the facility as they can now begin to work toward accepting visitors once again.

Johnston has stated that once the facility is free of positive cases for 14 consecutive days they can begin to accept visitors with restrictions. A date has not been set yet, but will be announced as soon as possible.

Countywide numbers of active cases have dropped to 14, all are confirmed cases. There have been 176 cumulative cases reported with 173 confirmed cases and three probable cases. There has been 155 recoveries with 152 being confirmed cases and three probable cases.

Montgomery County is reporting seven COVID-19 related deaths, one more than last week.

Montgomery County is reporting 2,474 negative test results with 2,441 being PCR negatives and 33 antigen negatives. There have been a total of 2,649 tests administered.

Arkansas has conducted a total of 1,183,427 tests with 88,870 PCR positives and 5,081 antigen positives reported for a total of 93,951 cumulative positive cases.

Arkansas was reporting 7,839 active cases as of Tuesday morning. There are 6,929 active confirmed cases and 910 active probable cases. 1,586 COVID-19 related deaths reported in Arkansas. There have been 84,055 recoveries reported.

Hot Spring County has edged ahead of Garland County among surrounding counties with 117 active cases (116 confirmed, 1 probable), 2,052 cumulative cases (2,040 confirmed, 12 probable), 1,906 recoveries (1,897 confirmed, 9 probable) and 29 deaths (27 confirmed, 2 probable).

Garland County is down to 113 active cases (105 confirmed, 8 probable), 2,116 cumulative cases (2,074 confirmed, 42 probable), 1,947 recoveries (1,947 confirmed, 29 probable) and 56 deaths (51 confirmed, 5 probable).

Clark County is reporting 43 active cases (37 confirmed, 6 probable), 425 cumulative cases (394 confirmed, 31 probable), 377 recoveries (352 confirmed, 25 probable) and 5 deaths (5 confirmed).

Polk County is reporting 35 active cases (33 confirmed,2 probable), 308 cumulative cases (304 confirmed, 4 probable), 269 recoveries (267 confirmed, 2 probable) and 4 deaths (5 confirmed).

Yell County is reporting 29 active cases (29 confirmed), 1,293 cumulative cases (1,284 confirmed, 9 probable), 1,234 recoveries (1,228 confirmed, 6 probable) and 30 deaths (27 confirmed, 3 probable).

Howard County is reporting 22 active cases (17 confirmed, 5 probable), 520 cumulative cases (486 confirmed, 34 probable), 486 recoveries (457 confirmed, 29 probable) and 12 deaths (12 confirmed).

Pike County is reporting 15 active cases (14 confirmed, 1 probable), 249 cumulative cases (244 confirmed, 5 probable), 231 recoveries (228 confirmed, 3 probable) and 3 deaths (2 confirmed, 1 probable).

Scott County is reporting 13 active cases (13 confirmed), 128 cumulative cases (126 confirmed, 2 probable), 114 recoveries (112 confirmed, 2 probable) and 1 death (1 confirmed).

 

 

 

 

 

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