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Sat Jul 11, 2020, 04:46 PM

Arkansas by the numbers 7/11/20.


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ArkansasCovid
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By the numbers for July 11:
- 27,864 (+1,061) cumulative cases
- 6,361 (+513) active cases
- 313 (+0) deaths
- 21,190 (+548) recoveries

This is the largest single-day increase and the 1st day with more than 1,000 new cases. The 2nd largest was 878 on July 2.
3:32 PM Jul 11, 2020

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Arkansas Granny Jul 2020 OP
calguy Jul 2020 #1
Arkansas Granny Jul 2020 #2
calguy Jul 2020 #3

Response to Arkansas Granny (Original post)

Sat Jul 11, 2020, 06:35 PM

1. We're spiking for sure

Asass is a trump chump after all. Me&the Mrs don't leave the homestead unless we have to.
Stay safe AG.

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Response to calguy (Reply #1)

Sat Jul 11, 2020, 07:21 PM

2. We need mandatory masking at the very least. Without that, I don't see how we avoid a shutdown.

I go to work, but, my employer has let me arrange my schedule so I have little contact with anyone else. Between Insta Cart and Amazon, I haven't had to go shopping in person since March.

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Response to Arkansas Granny (Reply #2)

Sat Jul 11, 2020, 07:31 PM

3. Luckily I'm retired

and my wife is able to work from home as has been for the past three months. We have ten acres to play on so the only thing we really miss is going to the gym. Our gym is open but we're not about to go until this thing is over.
I don't see ASAss imposing mandatory anything unless trump gives the ok. I'm surprised we don't have more cases. We're probably fortunate there aren't as many big population areas in the state compared to others.
In the end it's always up to us to stay safe but it would help if our government was more responsible.

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