COVID-19

COVID-19 statistics as reported by the Arkansas Department of Health on Tuesday. Symbols (+) or (-) mean changes in numbers since Monday.

COLUMBIA COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 3,183+14. Month ago: 2,743. Year ago: 345

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 118-4. Month ago: 129. Year ago: 30

Total recovered – 3,000+13. Month ago: 2,554. Year ago: 297

Total number dead – 65+1 (fourth death in three days). Month ago: 60 deaths. Year ago: 18 deaths.

Test figures below are changes since yesterday.

PCR tests percent positivity – 9.36, up from 9.35

Antigen tests percent positivity – 13.42, down from 13.43

Total positive PCR tests – 1,767+4

Total positive antigen tests – 1,670+12

Total negative PCR tests – 17,115+24

Total negative antigen tests – 10,773+81

Percent of population age 12+ fully immunized (50-80 percent considered minimum for herd immunity) – 39.6, up from 39.5

Percent of population age 12+ partially immunized – 11.1, no change

MAGNOLIA SCHOOL DISTRICT

Updated through Monday, September 13

Active cases by campus.

Magnolia High – 0 staff. 1 student.

Freshman Academy – 0 staff. 0-1 student.

Magnolia Middle School – 0-2 staff. 6+1 students.

Central Elementary – 0 staff. 1 student.

East Side Elementary – 0 staff. 1 student.

Kindergarten Center – 0 staff. 0-1 student.

Walker Pre-K – 0 staff. 0 student.

Total: 0 staff, 9 students.

Current positively rate: 13.0 percent

SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY

Southern Arkansas University cumulative positive cases since July 6, 2020 – 451+4

SAU total active cases – 22+3 students. 0-1 staff. 0 faculty.

SAU current number in quarantine on campus – 0

SAU current number in quarantine – 28-1

LAFAYETTE COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 776+3

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 29-3

Total recovered – 735+6

Total number dead – 11

Percent of population age 12+ fully immunized (50-80 percent considered minimum for herd immunity) – 31.4, down from 31.5

Percent of population age 12+ partially immunized – 6.6, down from 6.9

NEVADA COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 1,188+10

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 66+2

Total recovered – 1,093+6

Total number dead – 29

Percent of population age 12+ fully immunized (50-80 percent considered minimum for herd immunity) – 34.7, no change

Percent of population age 12+ partially immunized – 13.9, up from 13.8

OUACHITA COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 3,272+8

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 119-11

Total recovered – 3,081+19

Total number dead – 72

Percent of population age 12+ fully immunized (50-80 percent considered minimum for herd immunity) – 51.5, up from 51.2

Percent of population age 12+ partially immunized – 8.2, no change

UNION COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 5,187+22

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 154-18

Total recovered – 4,905+39

Total number dead – 126+1

Percent of population age 12+ fully immunized (50-80 percent considered minimum for herd immunity) – 35.4, up from 35.1

Percent of population age 12+ partially immunized – 8.5, down from 8.6

SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS HOSPITAL STATUS

(Totals for Southwest region of Arkansas, which includes hospitals in Magnolia, El Dorado, Camden, Hope, Fordyce, Arkadelphia, Malvern, Hot Springs and others)

Total staff bed capacity of Southwest Arkansas hospitals – 1,120-10

Max Flex Bed Capacity – 1,072

Current COVID-19 positive admissions – 206-21

Current COVID-19 positive patients in ICUs – 81-6

Current COVID-19 positive patients on ventilators – 50-6

Active pediatric cases -- 375

BORDERING PARISHES IN LOUISIANA

Changes since previous totals.

The State of Louisiana does not update its totals on weekends.

The totals below are the first updates since Friday provided by the State of Louisiana.

Bossier – 20,372, up from 20,195 total cases. 363+3 deaths.

Webster – 6,057, up from 6,001 total cases. 135+2 deaths.

Claiborne – 1,922, up from 1,909 total cases. 58 deaths.

Union – 3,682, up from 3,638 total cases. 92+1 deaths.

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