Every school district has high rates of Covid-19 Infections

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In a Thursday afternoon press release, the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement, said that for the first time, all of Arkansas’s 234 contiguous public school districts have Covid-19 infection rates of 50 or more new known infections per 10,000 district residents over a 14-day period, up from 226 ― the previous record high from last week ― as the ACHI cited its analysis of Arkansas Department of Health data current as of Monday.

Beginning last week, ACHI added a new color, pink, to the maps on its Covid-19 dashboard, available at achi.net/covid19, to signify an infection rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10,000 district residents over the past 14 days, or at least 2% of the district’s population. A district with 100 to 199 new known infections per 10,000 residents is shaded purple, and a district with 50 to 99 new known infections per 10,000 residents is shaded red.

The map released Thursday includes seven districts in red, 57 in purple, and 170, or 73% of districts, in pink. Last week, ACHI reported that 48 districts were in red, 120 were in purple, and 58 were in pink.

“Every school district being in red, purple, or pink on our map means that COVID-19 is spreading uncontrolled in all our communities.” said ACHI President and CEO Dr. Joe Thompson. “In nearly three-fourths of the districts, at least 2% of the local population is infected. In four districts, more than 5% of the population, or one out of every 20 people, is newly infected.”

The districts with more than 5 percent of the local population newly infected are Brookland, Clarendon, Marmaduke, and Stuttgart.

Thompson urged school boards and school leaders to act to protect students and staff.

“Every available tool needs to be used to halt this hopefully short-term surge driven by the highly infectious omicron variant,” he said. “That means requiring masks indoors; it means employing social distancing, good hand hygiene, and optimal ventilation; it means being prepared to make a temporary shift to virtual learning; and it means encouraging vaccination and ensuring everyone eligible gets boosted. With omicron, full vaccination and a booster shot are necessary for maximum protection, but unfortunately, only about a third of Arkansans are both fully vaccinated and boosted.

School districts are listed below. Those with 14-day infection rates of 100 or more new known infections per 10,000 district residents are identified as such. An asterisk indicates that a district is new to the list this week.

Alma – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Alpena – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Arkadelphia – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Armorel – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Ashdown – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Atkins – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Augusta – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Bald Knob – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Barton-Lexa – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Batesville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Bauxite – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Bay – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Bearden – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Beebe – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Benton – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Bentonville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Bergman – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Berryville – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Bismarck – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Blevins – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Blytheville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Booneville – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Bradford – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Brinkley – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Brookland – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Bryant – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Buffalo Island Central – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Cabot – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Caddo Hills – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Calico Rock – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Camden Fairview – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Carlisle – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Cave City – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Cedar Ridge – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Cedarville – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Centerpoint – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Charleston – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Clarendon – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Clarksville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Cleveland County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Clinton – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Concord – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Conway – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Corning – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Cossatot River – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Cotter – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

County Line – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Cross County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Crossett – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Cutter-Morning Star – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Danville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Dardanelle – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Decatur – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Deer-Mt. Judea – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

De Queen – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Dermott – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Des Arc – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

DeWitt – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Dierks – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Dover – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Drew Central – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Dumas – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Earle – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

East End – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

East Poinsett County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

El Dorado – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Elkins – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Emerson-Taylor-Bradley – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

England – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Eureka Springs – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Farmington – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Fayetteville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Flippin – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Fordyce – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Foreman – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Forrest City – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Fort Smith – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Fouke – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Fountain Lake – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Genoa Central – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Gentry – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Glen Rose – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Gosnell – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Gravette – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Green Forest – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Greenbrier – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Greene County Tech – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Greenland – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Greenwood – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Gurdon – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Guy-Perkins – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Hackett – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Hamburg – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Hampton – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Harmony Grove (Clark, Dallas, and Ouachita Counties) – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Harmony Grove (Saline County) – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Harrisburg – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Harrison – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Hazen – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Heber Springs – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Hector – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Helena-West Helena – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Hermitage – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Highland – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Hillcrest

Hope – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Horatio – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Hot Springs – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Hoxie – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Huntsville – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Izard County Consolidated – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Jackson County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Jacksonville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Jasper – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Jessieville – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Jonesboro – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Junction City – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Kirby – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Lafayette County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Lake Hamilton – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Lakeside – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Lakeside (Ashley and Chicot Counties) – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Lamar – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Lavaca – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Lawrence County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Lead Hill – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Lee County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Lincoln – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Little Rock – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Lonoke – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Magazine* – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Magnet Cove – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Magnolia – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Malvern – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Mammoth Spring – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Manila – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Mansfield – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Marion – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Marked Tree – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Marmaduke – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Marvell – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Mayflower – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Maynard

McCrory – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

McGehee – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Melbourne – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Mena – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Midland – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Mineral Springs – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Monticello – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Mount Ida*

Mountain Home – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Mountain Pine – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Mountain View – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Mountainburg – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Mt. Vernon-Enola – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Mulberry-Pleasant View – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Nashville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Nemo Vista – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Nettleton – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Nevada – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Newport – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Norfork – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

North Little Rock – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Omaha – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Osceola – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Ouachita – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Ouachita River*

Ozark – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Ozark Mountain – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Palestine-Wheatley – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Pangburn – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Paragould – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Paris – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Parkers Chapel – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Pea Ridge – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Perryville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Piggott – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Pine Bluff – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Pocahontas – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Pottsville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Poyen – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Prairie Grove – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Prescott – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Pulaski County Special – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Quitman – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Rector – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Rivercrest – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Riverside – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Riverview – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Rogers – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Rose Bud – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Russellville – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Salem – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Scranton*

Searcy – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Searcy County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Sheridan – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Shirley*

Siloam Springs – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Sloan-Hendrix – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Smackover – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

South Conway County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

South Pike County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

South Side – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Southside – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Spring Hill – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Springdale – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Star City – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Strong-Huttig – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Stuttgart – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Texarkana – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Trumann – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Two Rivers – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Valley Springs – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Valley View – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Van Buren – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Vilonia – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Viola*

Waldron* – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Warren – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Watson Chapel – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

West Fork – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

West Memphis – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

West Side – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

Western Yell County – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Westside Consolidated – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Westside* – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

White County Central – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

White Hall – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Wonderview – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Woodlawn – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Wynne – rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residents

Yellville-Summit – rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residents

The infection rates reported by ACHI are based on infections among community residents living within the geographical boundaries of each school district and not only on cases among school employees and students.

Known infections include confirmed and probable cases. Probable cases are based on verbal reporting and antigen test results, as identified by the Department of Health. Reported rates do not include complete results from at-home testing, thus the true level of infections is likely higher than that reported.

Infection rates and counts are not reported for districts with fewer than five reported infections to reduce the possibility of identifying individuals. School district counts do not include infections among incarcerated populations, in nursing homes, or in human development centers.

ACHI also updated the maps and tables on its website displaying vaccination rates by public school district, community, and ZIP code, using Department of Health data current as of Monday. Twenty-four school districts have achieved vaccination rates of at least 50% of district residents, one of them over 60 percent: Bentonville, at 61 percent.

## Every school district has high rates of Covid-19 Infections

## Every school district has high rates of Covid-19 Infections

## Every school district has high rates of Covid-19 Infections

In a Thursday afternoon press release, the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement, said that for the first time, all of Arkansas’s 234 contiguous public school districts have Covid-19 infection rates of 50 or more new known infections per 10,000 district residents over a 14-day period, up from 226 ― the previous record high from last week ― as the ACHI cited its analysis of Arkansas Department of Health data current as of Monday.

Beginning last week, ACHI added a new color, pink, to the maps on its Covid-19 dashboard, available at achi.net/covid19, to signify an infection rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10,000 district residents over the past 14 days, or at least 2% of the district’s population. A district with 100 to 199 new known infections per 10,000 residents is shaded purple, and a district with 50 to 99 new known infections per 10,000 residents is shaded red.

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The map released Thursday includes seven districts in red, 57 in purple, and 170, or 73% of districts, in pink. Last week, ACHI reported that 48 districts were in red, 120 were in purple, and 58 were in pink.

“Every school district being in red, purple, or pink on our map means that COVID-19 is spreading uncontrolled in all our communities.” said ACHI President and CEO Dr. Joe Thompson. “In nearly three-fourths of the districts, at least 2% of the local population is infected. In four districts, more than 5% of the population, or one out of every 20 people, is newly infected.”

The districts with more than 5 percent of the local population newly infected are Brookland, Clarendon, Marmaduke, and Stuttgart.

Thompson urged school boards and school leaders to act to protect students and staff.

“Every available tool needs to be used to halt this hopefully short-term surge driven by the highly infectious omicron variant,” he said. “That means requiring masks indoors; it means employing social distancing, good hand hygiene, and optimal ventilation; it means being prepared to make a temporary shift to virtual learning; and it means encouraging vaccination and ensuring everyone eligible gets boosted. With omicron, full vaccination and a booster shot are necessary for maximum protection, but unfortunately, only about a third of Arkansans are both fully vaccinated and boosted.

School districts are listed below. Those with 14-day infection rates of 100 or more new known infections per 10,000 district residents are identified as such. An asterisk indicates that a district is new to the list this week.

Alma

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsAlpena

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsArkadelphia

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsArmorel

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsAshdown

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsAtkins

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsAugusta

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBald Knob

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBarton-Lexa

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBatesville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBauxite

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBay

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBearden

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBeebe

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBenton

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBentonville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBergman

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsBerryville

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsBismarck

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsBlevins

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBlytheville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBooneville

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsBradford

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBrinkley

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBrookland

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBryant

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsBuffalo Island Central

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCabot

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCaddo Hills

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsCalico Rock

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsCamden Fairview

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCarlisle

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCave City

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsCedar Ridge

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCedarville

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsCenterpoint

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCharleston

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsClarendon

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsClarksville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCleveland County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsClinton

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsConcord

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsConway

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCorning

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCossatot River

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCotter

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsCounty Line

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCross County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCrossett

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsCutter-Morning Star

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDanville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDardanelle

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDecatur

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsDeer-Mt. Judea

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDe Queen

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDermott

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDes Arc

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDeWitt

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDierks

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDover

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDrew Central

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsDumas

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsEarle

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsEast End

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsEast Poinsett County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsEl Dorado

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsElkins

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsEmerson-Taylor-Bradley

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsEngland

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsEureka Springs

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsFarmington

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsFayetteville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsFlippin

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsFordyce

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsForeman

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsForrest City

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsFort Smith

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsFouke

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsFountain Lake

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsGenoa Central

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsGentry

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsGlen Rose

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsGosnell

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsGravette

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsGreen Forest

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsGreenbrier

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsGreene County Tech

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsGreenland

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsGreenwood

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsGurdon

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsGuy-Perkins

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHackett

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHamburg

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHampton

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsHarmony Grove (Clark, Dallas, and Ouachita Counties)

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsHarmony Grove (Saline County)

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHarrisburg

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHarrison

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHazen

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHeber Springs

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHector

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHelena-West Helena

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHermitage

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHighland

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsHillcrest

Hope

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHoratio

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHot Springs

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsHoxie

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsHuntsville

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsIzard County Consolidated

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsJackson County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsJacksonville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsJasper

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsJessieville

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsJonesboro

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsJunction City

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsKirby

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLafayette County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLake Hamilton

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLakeside

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsLakeside (Ashley and Chicot Counties)

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLamar

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsLavaca

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLawrence County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLead Hill

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsLee County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLincoln

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLittle Rock

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsLonoke

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMagazine*

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMagnet Cove

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMagnolia

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMalvern

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMammoth Spring

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsManila

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMansfield

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsMarion

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMarked Tree

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMarmaduke

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMarvell

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMayflower

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMaynard

McCrory

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsMcGehee

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMelbourne

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMena

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsMidland

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMineral Springs

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMonticello

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMount Ida*

Mountain Home

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsMountain Pine

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMountain View

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsMountainburg

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsMt. Vernon-Enola

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsMulberry-Pleasant View

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsNashville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsNemo Vista

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsNettleton

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsNevada

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsNewport

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsNorfork

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsNorth Little Rock

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsOmaha

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsOsceola

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsOuachita

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsOuachita River*

Ozark

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsOzark Mountain

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPalestine-Wheatley

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPangburn

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsParagould

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsParis

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsParkers Chapel

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsPea Ridge

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPerryville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPiggott

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPine Bluff

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPocahontas

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsPottsville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPoyen

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPrairie Grove

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPrescott

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsPulaski County Special

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsQuitman

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsRector

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsRivercrest

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsRiverside

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsRiverview

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsRogers

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsRose Bud

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsRussellville

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSalem

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsScranton*

Searcy

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSearcy County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSheridan

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsShirley*

Siloam Springs

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSloan-Hendrix

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsSmackover

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSouth Conway County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSouth Pike County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSouth Side

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSouthside

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsSpring Hill

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsSpringdale

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsStar City

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsStrong-Huttig

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsStuttgart

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsTexarkana

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsTrumann

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsTwo Rivers

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsValley Springs

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsValley View

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsVan Buren

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsVilonia

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsViola*

Waldron*

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsWarren

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWatson Chapel

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWest Fork

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWest Memphis

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWest Side

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsWestern Yell County

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWestside Consolidated

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWestside*

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsWhite County Central

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsWhite Hall

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWonderview

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWoodlawn

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsWynne

– rate of 200 or more new known infections per 10K residentsYellville-Summit

– rate of 100 to 199 new known infections per 10K residentsThe infection rates reported by ACHI are based on infections among community residents living within the geographical boundaries of each school district and not only on cases among school employees and students.

Known infections include confirmed and probable cases. Probable cases are based on verbal reporting and antigen test results, as identified by the Department of Health. Reported rates do not include complete results from at-home testing, thus the true level of infections is likely higher than that reported.

Infection rates and counts are not reported for districts with fewer than five reported infections to reduce the possibility of identifying individuals. School district counts do not include infections among incarcerated populations, in nursing homes, or in human development centers.

ACHI also updated the maps and tables on its website displaying vaccination rates by public school district, community, and ZIP code, using Department of Health data current as of Monday. Twenty-four school districts have achieved vaccination rates of at least 50% of district residents, one of them over 60 percent: Bentonville, at 61 percent.