LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The hours and some services at Arkansas state parks are being limited because of the coronavirus.

The state health department on Saturday reported 2,245 newly confirmed or probable cases and 34 additional deaths for totals of 169,382 cases and 2,620 deaths since the pandemic began.

Data from Johns Hopkins University shows the seven-day rolling average of daily new cases in the state rose 1,656.8 on Nov. 20 to 1,922.8 per day on Friday and deaths fell slightly from 24.7 per day to 21.4.

The parks department’s visitor information centers and museums will be open five days a week on what are typically their busiest days while restaurants will reduce seating and end buffets, the department said in a statement Friday.

Marinas at DeGray Lake and Lake Ouachita will limit services through February.

“Flexibility is necessary during these unprecedented times,” said Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism Secretary Stacy Hurst. “Due to the impact of COVID-19 on our parks system, we must make adjustments in order to ensure that our most-used amenities and facilities continue to be available to the public during the days and hours they use them the most.”

Cabins, campgrounds, and lodges remain open with contactless check-in.