Not a lot of movement in the latest numbers on Covid-19 in the Texarkana area.
The Joint Operations Center in Texarkana says three more people have died from complications of Coronavirus in Bowie County.
The Joint Operations Center is reporting another death associated with Coronavirus in Bowie County.
Today we have two press releases. Bowie County and Miller County report a significant rise in active cases. Bowie County reports a total of COVID19 related deaths over the weekend and a total of
The news continues to be mostly good concerning Coronavirus in the Texarkana area.
The numbers involving Covid-19 in the Texarkana area continue to move in the right direction.
Beginning Monday April 20, people that believe they may have contracted or been exposed to COVID-19 and meet CDC-based screening criteria can get curbside testing at the Healthcare Express Arkansas Boulevard location.
According to officials the count of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Miller County is now at least seven.
Miller County and Texarkana, Arkansas authorities are set to open their own Emergency Operations Center to deal with the local Covid-19 crises situation.
The hot and dry weather is beginning to dry vegetation to the point that its becoming dangerous to burn anything.