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Secretary of Health to update press on presumptive positive case of COVID-19

Dr. Nate Smith, Secretary of Health, Arkansas Department of Health and Dr. Jennifer Dillaha, Medical Director of Immunizations and Outbreak Response have scheduled a press update to discuss the first presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in Arkansas.

The press update is scheduled for 2:30 p.m., today at the ADH Fifth Floor Briefing Room in Little Rock. 

Statewide media is reporting that the patient is in isolation in Pine Bluff.

The press update will be streamed live on ADH’s Facebook page. We will try to update as often as possible regarding this situation.

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