The Arkansas Department of Health announced that COVID-19 cases in Arkansas increased by 76 on Monday.
The state announced three new deaths as a result of the virus, bringing the total number of deaths in the state as a result of the pandemic to 5,764.
Hospitalizations were up by three, bringing the total number of Arkansans hospitalized in the state to 169. There are 41 patients on ventilators, up five from yesterday.
There are currently 2,053 cases of COVID-19 considered active in the state, which includes those that have tested positive by both PCR and antigen testing methods. The ADH dashboard currently lists 180 active cases in Washington County, and 245 in Benton County.
There were 1,074 PCR tests conducted in the state, and 255 antigen tests.
The new cases bring the total cumulative count in Arkansas to 337,586 since the pandemic began.
The top counties for new cases on Monday were Pulaski (17), Benton (8) and Lonoke (7).
The state announced that 4,511 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered since last count yesterday, bringing the total number of doses given by the state to 1,813,895. The state lists 251,659 individuals as partially immunized, and 810,325 individuals as fully immunized.
All Arkansans 16 and older are currently eligible for a vaccine.
Local pharmacies, including Collier Drug, Medical Arts Pharmacy, and Heartland Pharmacy in Fayetteville are working to vaccinate Arkansans now, as are several Walgreens, CVS, Walmart and Sam’s Club locations around the state.
The NWA Council recently announced plans for weekly vaccine clinics in Washington and Benton Counties.
UAMS is also now giving vaccine at their Fayetteville facility.
Here are links/info for the waiting lists for pharmacies in Washington County.
» Collier Drug Stores – Visit this website
» Medical Arts Pharmacy – Visit this website
» Community Pharmacy – Visit this website
» Heartland Pharmacy – Visit this website
» Walmart – Visit this website
» Sam’s Club – Visit this website Pharmacy
A list of other pharmacies around the state vaccinating right now is available here.
If you need assistance locating a vaccine, you can call 1-800-985-6030.