Arkansas experiencing a second peak, governor says
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says the state is experiencing its second peak of Covid-19 cases.
We're having a second peak right now and they're really about 30 days apart," Hutchinson said at a briefing Saturday.
The first peak saw 160 cases in one day followed by a "deep dip," Hutchinson says. On Saturday, there were 163 new cases of Covid-19 in Arkansas in what the governor calls a second peak.
There are "enough hospital beds in Arkansas to accommodate the number of Covid-19 patients that need that hospital care," according to Hutchinson.
"We’re in good shape now with that, and we will be in the future," the governor said.
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