- As of this advisory, there are 1,472 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.
- There are an additional 16 deaths:
- Six in Tulsa County: a male in the 18-35 age group, a female in 50-64 age group, and three females and a male older than 65.
- One in Adair County, a female older than 65.
- One in Cherokee County, a female older than 65.
- One in Cleveland County, a female older than 65.
- One in Creek County, a male older than 65.
- One in Kay County, a female older than 65.
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The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) announced today more than 11,000 negative COVID-19 tests were processed by private labs dating back to early February. Due to this newly reported data, OSDH has identified 13,148 COVID-19 tests have been administered in Oklahoma to date.
In an effort to prepare for medical surge and prolonged response to COVID-19 in the state, the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps (OKMRC) is recruiting volunteers to serve in medical and non-medical positions.
- As of this advisory, there are 1,252 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.
- There are an additional four deaths:
- Three in Cleveland County, two males and a female older than 65.
- One in Seminole County, a male older than 65.
- There are 46 total deaths in the state.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health would like to provide acknowledgement of community spread in our state. Community spread means that individuals who have no travel history or contact with someone with the disease have become infected with the virus.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) has been working aggressively to establish four satellite testing locations in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Kay, and Pittsburg counties.
The State is well positioned to increase access to COVID-19 testing and delivery of test results as long as national manufacturers and our federal partners can continue to assist with replenishing COVID-19 testing supplies.
In order to comply with State and Federal Privacy requirements of individuals affected by COVID-19 and other illnesses, the Oklahoma State Department of Health refrains from releasing the town/city of residence.The OSDH regularly updates the Oklahoma-specific COVID-19 website found at w