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COVID-19 cases in the community Jan. 23, 2023

January 24, 2023 at 12:00 a.m.

Below are the number of COVID-19 cases, active cases, and deaths recorded on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023 in Union County, Arkansas, the United States and the world. Additionally, local and state testing, recovery, 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.

Union County

11,129 cases (+0)

48 active cases (+0)

10,877 recoveries (+0)

202 deaths (+0)

46,643 vaccine doses administered (-17)*

49.1% county population fully immunized

76,734 tests reported

65,295 negative test results

In the Southwest hospital region of the state, where Union County sits, 32 people were hospitalized due to COVID-19 Monday. Six people were in intensive care units and two were on ventilator support due to COVID.

Arkansas

994,310 cases (+124)

206,338 pediatric cases (+14)

4,244 active cases (-432)

769 active pediatric cases (-46)

977,033 recoveries (+556)

12,788 deaths (+0)

253 hospitalized; 47 in ICUs; 20 on ventilator support

4,600,784 vaccine doses administered (+127)

1,696,382 Arkansans fully immunized (+11)

7,910,016 tests reported

6,892,758 negative test results

United States

102,027,632 cases

1,104,326 deaths

World

668,938,773 cases

6,739,623 deaths

* Danyelle McNeill, a spokesperson for the ADH, said previously that any time the number of vaccine doses administered drops in a county, it is because the doses were mistakenly attributed to the county or were moved to another county.

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