Covid cases in Arkansas drop by 312, Department of Health report on Sunday

Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations from the disease appeared to be down on Sunday, according to data from the Arkansas Department of Health.

There were 15,770 active cases of covid-19 as of Sunday. The number was down 312 from Saturday and 958 from the 16,728 reported last Sunday.

As of Sunday, there had been 903,931 cases of covid-19 in the state since the start of the pandemic with 376 new cases reported as of Sunday. This is the smallest increase on a Sunday since July 3.

The new seven-day rolling average for cases was 1,176 on Sunday, with 8,230 cases reported last week. This is the lowest average since the week of July 7.

There have been 876,212 recoveries from covid-19 in the state, with 688 reported as of Sunday. There have been 9,033 recoveries statewide.

There are 386 people hospitalized with covid-19 in the state. The number has fallen by 31 since the last hospital figures were reported on Friday. It is down 11 from the 397 reported last Sunday.

Intensive care patients fell by 12, for a total of 72. The number was last reported by the state on Friday. The number fell by one patient last week.

There were 20 ventilators on duty on Sunday, the number dropping by four since Friday. The number has increased by three since last Sunday.

No new deaths were reported on Sunday. There have been 11,719 deaths from covid-19 in the state since the start of the pandemic.

The seven-day average death toll was 6.57 on Sunday, with 46 deaths reported last week. It is tied with Saturday for the highest average since April 9.

There are 1,651,051 fully vaccinated people in the state, with 126 new fully vaccinated people since Saturday.

There have been 801,589 recalls administered in the state, with 489 new recalls reported Sunday.

Pulaski County leads the state with 57 new covid-19 cases. Washington and Jefferson counties followed with 30 and 20 cases.

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