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Arkansas State did not update its COVID-19 numbers or “dashboard” on Saturday due to website maintenance. New information will not be available until Monday. The information below is repeated from Friday.

COVID-19 statistics as reported by the Arkansas Department of Health on Friday. Symbols (+) or (-) signify changes in numbers since Thursday.

Note: Many people use self-tests for the COVID-19 virus. Their infections may not be reflected in the totals below.

COLUMBIA COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 4,888+50. One month ago: 3,610. One year ago: 1,906.

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 357-67. One month ago: 128. One year ago: 94

Total recovered – 4,454 + 96. One month ago: 3,401. One year ago: 1,762

Total number of deaths – 77. A month ago: 77 deaths. A year ago: 50 deaths

PCR tests percent positivity – 11.05, down from 10.95

Antigen test positivity percentage – 14.24, vs 14.15

Total positive PCR tests – 2,570 + 26

Total positive antigen tests – 2,574 + 24

Total negative PCR tests – 20,710 + 35

Total negative antigen tests – 15,502 + 31

Percentage of population fully immunized (50-80% considered minimum for herd immunity) – 45.6, no change

Percentage of population partially vaccinated – 10.9, no change

MAGNOLIA SCHOOL AREA

Active cases by campus.

Last updated January 27.

Magnolia High – 0 staff, 10 students

Freshman Academy – 0-1 staff, 5 students

Magnolia Middle – 2 staff, 16-4 students

Central Elementary – 2 staff, 9-3 students

East Side Elementary – 3 staff, 5-1 students

Kindergarten center – 1 staff, 5 + 1 students

Walker Pre-K – 0 staff, 3 students

District-wide staff – 2

Total active cases – 63-8

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN ARKANSAS

Current active cases – 40-10 students, 2-2 staff, 2+1 faculty

Current active cases in isolation on campus – 3-4

Current total in quarantine – 41+1

Cumulative positive cases since July 6, 2020 – 812+11

LAFAYETTE COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 1,193+6

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 68-8

Total Recovered – 1,096 + 14

Total number of dead – 28

Percentage of population fully immunized (50-80% considered minimum for herd immunity) – 35.5, down from 35.4

Percentage of population partially vaccinated – 6.4, down from 6.7

NEVADA COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 2,013+9

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 186-17

Total recovered – 1,785 + 27

Total number of dead – 42-1

Percentage of population fully immunized (50-80% considered minimum for herd immunity) – 42.4, down from 42.5

Percentage of population partially vaccinated – 12.0, down from 12.1

OUACHITA DEPARTMENT

Total confirmed and probable cases – 5,017+35

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 447-27

Total recovered – 4,478 + 62

Total number of dead – 92

Percentage of population fully immunized (50-80% considered minimum for herd immunity) – 55.6, down from 55.5

Percentage of population partially vaccinated – 8.5, down from 8.7

UNION COUNTY

Total confirmed and probable cases – 8,613+70

Current confirmed and probable active cases – 710-69

Total recovered – 7,742 + 138

Total number of deaths – 159+1

Percentage of population fully immunized (50-80% considered minimum for herd immunity) – 44.2, no change

Percentage of population partially vaccinated – 11.2, down from 11.1

REGIONAL SCHOOLS

January 24 report

(Current active cases by district, reported twice weekly to ADH. Districts with less than 5 unreported cases.)

Hamburg, 113

Monticello, 106

McGhee, 94

Watson Chapel, 93

Crossett, 85

Star City, 76

Drew Central, 70

Malvern, 67

Parker Chapel, 59

Camden Fairview, 58

Emerson, 56

Fouke, 55 years old

Cleveland County, 53

Prescott, 47

Dumas, 39 years old

Ashdown, 38

Smackover, 36 years old

spring hill, 32

Central Genoa, 28

The Queen, 27

Harmony Grove, 26

Junction City, 25

Hope, 23

El Dorado, 22 years old

Arkadelphia, 21

Christian Colombia, 17 years old

Hermitage, 16

Barden, 12 years old

Nevada, 12

Lafayette County, 9

Texarkana, 8

Nashville, 7

RETIREMENT HOMES IN THE REGION

(Report of January 25)

Advance Health & Rehab of Union County/The Springs of El Dorado: 18+7 active patient cases, 9+4 active staff cases.

Arkansas Nursing & Rehab, Texarkana: 33 + 5 active patient cases, 8-16 active staff cases.

Bailey Creek Health & Rehab, Texarkana: 3+2 active patent cases, 11+4 active staff cases.

Bentley Rehab & Healthcare, Texarkana, 9+6 active patient cases, 18+4 active staff cases.

Courtyard Rehabilitation, El Dorado: 4+1 active patient cases, 9+2 active staff cases.

Dudneywood Assisted Living, Magnolia: 2 active patient cases, 1 active staff case.

Heather Manor Rehabilitation, Hope: 3+2 active patient cases, 22+6 active staff cases.

Hillcrest Care and Rehab, Prescott: 9 active patient cases, 18 active staff cases.

Hudson Memorial Nursing Home, El Dorado: 3+1 active patient cases, 6-18 active staff cases.

Oak Ridge Health and Rehabilitation, El Dorado: 11 + 2 active staff cases.

Somerset Senior Living, Camden: 3+1 active patient cases, 9-4 active staff cases.

Southern Pines Nursing, Prescott: 0-2 active patient cases, 6+1 active staff cases.

Summit Health & Rehab, Taylor: 5+2 active patient cases, 9+8 active staff cases.

Wentworth Place, Magnolia: 10+10 active patient cases, 22+2 active staff cases.

Les Sources de Magnolia: 2 active patient cases, 8 active staff cases.

The Blossoms at Stamps, Stamps: 2+2 active patient cases, 12+7 active staff cases.

Timberlane Health, El Dorado: 7+3 active patient cases, 23-3 active staff cases.

SOUTH WEST ARKANSAS HOSPITAL STATUS

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

Total Hospital Staff Bed Capacity in Southwest Arkansas – 1,140-2

Flexible bed maximum capacity – 1,072

Current COVID-19 Positive Admissions – 247-4

Current COVID-19 positive patients in ICUs – 81-3

Patients currently positive for COVID-19 on ventilators – 26-2

BORDERING PARISHES IN LOUISIANA

Changes from previous totals.

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

Bossier – 33,419, compared to 33,243 cases in total. 432+1 deaths.

Webster – 9,807, compared to 9,749 total cases. 157-1 deaths.

Claiborne – 2,902, compared to 2,879 total cases. 67 deaths.

Union – 5,958, compared to 5,894 cases in total. 119+3 deaths.

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