Below are the number of COVID-19 cases, active cases, recoveries and deaths recorded on Sunday, April 4, 2021 in Union County, Arkansas, the United States and the world. Additionally, local and state testing, hospitalization and vaccine information is provided.
The data was gathered from the Arkansas Department of Health for Union County and Arkansas, and from Johns Hopkins University for the U.S. and world.
3,946 cases (+2)
2,917 confirmed cases, 1,029 probable cases
16 active cases (+1)
13 confirmed cases, 3 probable cases
3,818 recoveries (+1)
111 deaths (+0)
31,587 tests performed
27,641 negative test results
In the Southwest hospital region of the state, where Union County sits, 11 people were hospitalized due to COVID-19 Sunday. No one in the region was in an intensive care unit and or on ventilator support because of the virus Sunday.
A total of 131,974 COVID vaccine doses had been administered by Sunday afternoon in the Southwest hospital region. The ADH reported that 10.4% of the region’s population were partially immunized Sunday and 15.8% were fully immunized.
331,054 cases (+84)
259,816 confirmed cases, 71,238 probable cases
1,732 active cases (-15)
1,205 confirmed cases, 527 probable cases
323,633 recoveries (+97)
5,643 deaths (+2)
3,406,188 tests performed
3,062,139 negative test results
145 hospitalized; 60 in ICUs; 24 on ventilator support
1,242,842 vaccine doses administered
462,515 Arkansans fully immunized