LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas surpassed 1,000 total deaths from the illness caused by the coronavirus on Tuesday, including more than 100 newly-counted fatalities from probable cases over the past several weeks. The state reported 17 new deaths among confirmed coronavirus cases, and 139 from probable cases. The probable cases come from people who tested positive through antigen testing or had COVID-19 listed as a cause of death but did not have lab results. The latest figures bring Arkansas’ total COVID-19 deaths since the pandemic began in March to 1,149. It’s not clear how far back the probable cases go.
DALLAS (AP) — Four more people in Texas with COVID-19 have died, as the number of people with the disease caused by the novel coronavirus swelled to nearly 2,900 statewide. The state health department said […]
The Texas health department reported 10,291 new positive COVID-19 cases Thursday. The health department says there are a total of 292,656 confirmed cases since the pandemic began. There were 129 more deaths reported from COVID-19 […]
By SEAN MURPHY OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The head of the Tulsa-County Health Department says President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in late June “likely contributed” to a dramatic surge in new coronavirus cases there. Tulsa […]