Arkansas has reported a new one-day high deaths from the illness caused by the coronavirus, and the state’s virus cases have exceeded 40,000. The Department of Health on Tuesday reported 20 more deaths from COVID-19, bringing the state’s total fatalities to 428. The state’s health secretary said six of those deaths were late reports and did not occur in the last 24 hours. The state’s total confirmed virus cases rose by 734 from Monday to 40,181. The number of people hospitalized has increased by 12 to 501.
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