Conway, Arkansas – After the first weekend with no daily Covid-19 reports, Arkansas Department of Health released the latest Covid-19 report on Monday, June 28.
According to the report, Arkansas added a total of 276 cases on Monday. In the same report, a total of 3 more deaths were reported.
Since the start of the pandemic, there have been a total of 348,220 confirmed cases reported in Arkansas. The total number of deaths is now 5,897.
Currently, there are 3,169 active cases in the state. 314 people are hospitalized of which 63 are on ventilators.
The Delta variant is more and more present and state and the health officials are again urging people to get vaccinated.
This is what Gov. Asa Hutchinson said on Twitter:
While we saw rising hospitalizations and active cases over the weekend, we also saw one of the better weekends for vaccinations in a number of weeks. The increasing case numbers and hospitalizations can decline but only by more Arkansans getting the COVID vaccine.
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