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Arkansas has reported at least 2,276 confirmed coronavirus cases and 42 deaths.

In a press briefing the Governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson stated that a total of 42 deaths and 2,276 confirmed cases were recorded in Arkansas.

The Governor of Arkansas said that on 22 April 2020, 2,276 positive cases of COVID-19 were recorded in the state. On 23 April, 162 extra cases were reported which added to the total of 2,438 and the death count went up to 42 to 45.

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