Moving away from the pandemic in Arkansas

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Moving away from the pandemic in Arkansas

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This article details a sharp decline in the number of Arkansans on ventilators due to COVID-19. It further provides information on a new oral drug to combat the pandemic in Arkansas. While cases in Arkansas regularly fluctuate, it is encouraging to see individuals off ventilators which removes some of the strain most Arkansas hospitals have been experiencing over the last two years. A rise in vaccinations and a greater understanding of the disease allows for a return to normalcy that many states are now experiencing. Additionally, and oral drug to combat COVID-19 is helpful and will allow the disease to be easily managed.

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Arkansas Democrat Gazzette

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This item was submitted on July 11, 2022 by Brett Reinert (He/Him) using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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