TIMELINE: Mid-South coronavirus updates April 26

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Below are the latest updates for Sunday, April 26, 2020:

UPDATE: (8:16 p.m.) Numbers in Arkansas continues to increase with 3,001 positive cases, 50 deaths, and 987 recoveries in the state.

County Crittenden, Ark. has 171 positive cases, 968 negative cases, 82 recoveries, and 5 deaths.

UPDATE: (4:30 p.m.) The Arkansas Department of Health reported that as of April 25, 2020, there are 2,941 positive cases, 49 deaths, and 985 recoveries in the state.

County Crittenden, Ark. has 170 positive cases, 968 negative cases, 82 recoveries, and 5 deaths.

UPDATE: (2:00 p.m.) The Tennessee Department of Health reports there are 9,667 cases of the coronavirus in the state and 181 deaths.

UPDATE: (10:10 a.m.) The Mississippi Department of Health said there are 5,911 cases of the coronavirus, an increase of 193, with 227 deaths.

UPDATE: (10:05 a.m.) The Shelby County Health Department reports there are 95 news cases of COVID-19, totaling 2,133 cases.

There has been one more death, totaling 45 and over 23,900 people have been tested.

UPDATE: (9:15 a.m.) The Arkansas Department of Health reports there are 2,938 cases of the coronavirus in the state with 48 deaths and close to 1,000 who have recovered.

There has been over 39,000 people who have been tested for COVID-19.

UPDATE: (6:10 a.m.) The coronavirus cases worldwide continue to increase as the leaders hope to find a better way to combat the virus.

Worldwide:

  • Cases: over 2.9 million
  • Deaths: over 203,000
  • Recovered: over 824,000

United States:

  • Cases: over 939,000
  • Deaths: over 53,000
  • Recovered: over 105,000

Arkansas:

  • Cases: 2,909
  • Deaths: 48
  • Recovered: 985

Mississippi:

  • Cases: 5,718
  • Deaths: 221

Tennessee:

  • Cases: 9,189
  • Deaths: 178
  • Recovered: 4,467

Shelby County:

  • Cases: 2,038
  • Deaths: 44
  • Recovered: 956