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Arkansas School Districts with high community rates reflect uncontrolled spread; up from 150 a week ago to 182

LITTLE ROCK ? There are now 182 Arkansas school districts that have had 50 or more new known COVID-19 infections per 10,000 district residents over a 14-day period — up from 150 a week ago — which is a new record high for the second week in a row, the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement said Wednesday, December 23. Forty-one school districts were added to the list this week, and 132 remained on the list.

Funds and bonuses primary discussions by QC

Funds and bonuses primary discussions by QC

The Clay County Quorum Court met on Monday, December 21, 2020 at 7 p.m. at the Western District Courthouse in Corning. All were in attendance with the exception of Justice Jody Henderson. Some items on the agenda were the matters of passing Ordinance 2020- 16 - the 2021 Budget and an emergency ordinance, Ordinance 2020-17 creating the official position of county jail healthcare provider. The panel also discussed filling the position of a library board member.

Arkansas School Districts with high community COVID-19 infection rates hit new record

LITTLE ROCK - On Thursday, Dec. 17, ACHI reported there are now 150 Arkansas school districts that have had 50 or more new known COVID-19 infections per 10,000 district residents over a 14-day period, up from 113 a week ago and a new record high, the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement said Thursday. Forty-three school districts were added to the list this week, and 107 remained on the list.

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