With the impact of coronavirus quickly escalating, this will serve as a guide for Fayetteville-area updates on the situation.
Arkansas COVID-19 daily case info for 2020
Dec. 31, 2021 – Arkansas reports 3,957 new coronavirus cases and 8,884 vaccine doses The number of COVID-19 cases in Arkansas reached 566,486 on Friday, an increase of 3,957 since Thursday. Hospitalizations are up 40 to 625, and patients on a ventilator are down one to 103. There are currently 21,734 active cases. There were
Sales tax deliveries were up in all of the four major cities across the region.
A list of items up for approval and links to downloadable PDFs for more information on each item of business.
Approving a contract for pre-approved home designs, freeing up more pandemic relief money for nonprofits, changing the permit process for short-term rentals, and more.
Putting $100,000 toward pandemic aid for small nonprofits, 11 rezoning requests, and more.
Trail economic development, short-term rental regulations, police department policies, a new parking deck, a rezoning at the Wedington/I-49 interchange, and changes of permitted uses in two zoning districts.
Allowing prosecutors to present evidence that a misdemeanor crime was hate-based, encouraging landlords to ensure the habitability and safety of rentals, and more.
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This week’s count averages to about 213 new cases per day in the state, up from from 194 the previous week.
The Arkansas Department of Health announced that COVID-19 cases in Arkansas increased by 212 on Wednesday.
The Arkansas Department of Health announced that COVID-19 cases in Arkansas increased by 2,944 on Friday.
It’s still early in the season with just one of 18 conference games down.
Changes to the residential parking plan near Wilson Park, expanding the footprint of the Farmers’ Market and more.