Keeping Physicians in Mind and Informed.
COVID-19 Update, 1/5/21
January 5, 2021 |
Status Update as of 1/5/21 from ADH Website: 

  • Total cumulative cases in Arkansas - 238,888
  • New confirmed cases since 1/4 - 4,107
  • Active cases - 24,408
  • Recovered patients - 175,818
  • Deaths - 3,836
  • Patients in the hospital - 1,323
  • Patients on ventilators - 224
ADH Resources on Monoclonal Antibodies

In November, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an Emergency Use Authorization to allow the use of monoclonal antibodies for the treatment of mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19 in adults and pediatric patients.

Physicians are encouraged to contact sites directly for additional information if they have patients who may benefit from this therapy and meet the criteria set by FDA and the entity administering the infusion.

ADH has created an informational flyer for physicians and their patients. Click here to download the Monoclonal Antibodies flyer in English and Spanish.

For more information, visit the ADH Monoclonal Antibodies web page.
View our information on personal protective equipment at
or visit for Arkansas PPE vendors.
View the latest information from insurance carriers, HIPAA, and other sources on telemedicine during the COVID-19 crisis at
Financial Resources
We've compiled all of the financial resources that you may need for your clinic or practice during the COVID-19 crisis at
Got Questions? Let Us Help.

The Arkansas Medical Society is here to serve our physician members and their medical teams. On our website, we have a place that you can send us questions or share what you're experiencing. Visit and click on the Got Questions box. We will respond to your question as soon as possible. Thank you for your hard work and together we will make it through this crisis.
For more AMS COVID-19 Resources, visit