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Miller County, Arkansas, reported a new COVID-19 death over the weekend, while Cass County, Texas' death toll rose by two.

From Friday to Monday, Miller County's number of deaths rose from two to three, according to the Arkansas Department of Health, and Cass County's number increased from two to four, according to the local emergency Joint Operations Center.

Miller County's case count increased from 385 to 423, with 342 recoveries and 78 active cases. Cass County's moved from 105 to 136, with 48 recoveries and 84 active cases.

Elsewhere in Northeast Texas, Bowie County's case count went up from 557 to 574, with 261 recoveries and 35 deaths, according to the JOC. There are currently 278 active cases being traced in the county.

Morris County's count rose from 70 to 79 and Titus County's from 1,044 to 1,080, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. Red River County's tally held at 131 cases.

In Southwest Arkansas, Lafayette County's cases rose from 43 to 47, Pike County's from 49 to 58, Little River County's from 77 to 82, Nevada County's from 119 to 126, Hempstead County's from 159 to 174, Howard County's from 222 to 246 and Sevier County's from 893 to 906, according to ADH.

Caddo Parish in Northwest Louisiana added 276 cases from Friday to Monday, for a total of 5,745, and Bossier Parish added 118 cases to reach 1,894, according to the Louisiana Department of Health.

Statewide, Arkansas reported 39,477 cases with 408 deaths. Louisiana reported 109,917 cases with 3,674 deaths, and Texas reported 385,923 cases with 5,713 deaths.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 4,225,687 total cases so far in the U.S., with a national death toll of 146,546.

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