The numbers continue to tick downward in our area, however, you will notice the vaccination percentages have gone down as well. Here's why, in Texas, as of 11/4/21, 5-year-olds and up are now included in the vaccine numbers which increases the overall possible number of vaccine recipients which will therefore decrease the overall vaccination rates.

In Arkansas this week they started using the new 2020 census figures and added individuals ages 5 - 11 to the numbers as well. So if you noticed a drop in vaccination rates, that's what's going on.

Here are your latest COVID-19 numbers for Texarkana and the immediate surrounding area. Stay healthy my friends.

Bowie County

New Cases: 3
Probable Cases: 6
Total All-Time Cases: 7634
Total Deaths: 342

Fully Vaccinated age 12 - 64: 35%
Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 63%

Cass County

New Cases: 0
Probable Cases: 0
Total All-Time Cases: 2753
Total Deaths: 152

Fully Vaccinated age 12 - 64: 34%
County Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 58%

State of Texas

Age 12 and over % Fully Vaccinated: 58%
Age 65 and over % Fully Vaccinated: 82%


Effective 11/15/2021 - The Arkansas Department of Health has changed the population count using the 2020 Census population for Arkansas and added individuals age 5-11 years old. This change resulted in a decrease in the percent of individuals partially and fully immunized as reported on the COVID-19 dashboard.

Miller County

Active Cases: 48
Total All-Time Cases: 6596
Total Deaths: 141

Partially Vaccinated: 4.0%
Fully Vaccinated: 14.0%

Little River County

Active Cases: 25
Total All-Time Cases: 2113
Total Deaths: 80

Partially Vaccinated: 5.3%
Fully Vaccinated: 29.6%

State of Arkansas

Partially Vaccinated ages 12 and up: 10.8%
Fully Vaccinated ages 12 and up: 50.1%

Vaccine Updates

Texas State Data
Arkansas State Data [NEW]

Free COVID-19 testing is available at 902 W. 12th Street in Texarkana, Texas from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. To make an appointment visit or call 877-862-4647.

Texarkana Area Chart Updates: (Open the images in a new browser to see them larger)

As of 11/4/21, 5-year-olds and up are now included in the vaccine numbers.

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