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Arkansas records 584 new COVID-19 cases, 688 hospitalizations

The CDC says COVID-19 will be a Top 10 leading cause of death for 2020. Data from 2018, the...
The CDC says COVID-19 will be a Top 10 leading cause of death for 2020. Data from 2018, the most recent year available, indicates the virus will rank third behind heart disease and cancer.(Source: CDC via CNN)
Published: Nov. 2, 2020 at 10:57 PM CST
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KAIT) - The state of Arkansas recorded 584 new COVID-19 cases, 688 hospitalizations on Monday up 33 from Sunday.

Gov. Asa Hutchinson reports 113,641 total cumulative cases.

Of the cases reported, 10,135 are active, and an additional 27 have died, making the total 1,985.

State officials said 12 more people are on ventilators with a total of 119.

Two Northeast Arkansas counties are listed on the list of most new confirmed cases.

Craighead County ranks third with 33 new cases. White County ranks fifth at 28 new cases.

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