Oklahoma reports 377 new coronavirus cases, one additional death – KOCO Oklahoma City

Updated: 12:24 PM CDT Aug 3, 2020.

Oklahoma reports 377 new coronavirus cases, one additional death.

WE FIRST STARTED TALKING ABOUT IT IN MID JUNE WHEN THEY SAW THE RAMP UP IN CASES, AND HOSPITALIZATIONS HAVE FOLLOWED SUIT. THAT IS WHAT WE WANT TO SEE COME DOWN, AS WELL AS CASES. WE LOOK TO SPEAK WITH YOU AGAIN SOON AS WE C.

OKLAHOMA CITY– The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Monday reported 377 brand-new coronavirus cases across the state, bringing the overall cumulative variety of the states favorable cases to 38,602.>> > > CORONAVIRUS MAP OF OKLAHOMA: Check cases by county.
One extra death was reported Monday. Health authorities stated the death was determined in the previous 24 hours.One in Pottawatomie County, one male in the 65 or older age group.According to the health department, there have been 551 coronavirus deaths statewide.Get the information from Oklahoma State Department of Health.Officials likewise reported that 31,165 Oklahomans have actually recuperated from the infection. By Oklahoma health authorities definition, a recuperated patient is currently not hospitalized or deceased and it has been 14 days after onset/report.

Health authorities on Monday reported that there were 599,461 total negative specimens. Officials said there have been 3,275 total hospitalizations, which 628 individuals are presently hospitalized.According to the health departments report Monday, 35.69% of those who checked favorable are in between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.78% are 36 to 49 years old, 17.75% are 50 to 64 years of ages, 13.76% are 65 years old or older, 8.68% are 5 to 17 years of ages and 2.34% are 4 years old or younger.TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Monday, Aug. 3) Adair: 305 cases, 5 deaths Alfalfa: 3 cases Atoka: 64 cases Beaver: 36 cases Beckham: 45 cases. 1 death Blaine: 38 cases Bryan: 385 cases, 1 death Caddo: 373 cases, 14 deaths Canadian: 1,089 cases, 5 deaths Carter: 308 cases, 3 deaths Cherokee: 351 cases, 1 death Choctaw: 166 cases, 1 death Cimarron: 1 case Cleveland: 2,725 cases, 49 deaths Coal: 27 cases Comanche: 778 cases, 10 deaths Cotton: 17 cases, 2 deaths Craig: 77 cases Creek: 500 cases, 13 deaths Custer: 192 cases Delaware: 403 cases, 19 deaths Dewey: 8 cases Ellis: 3 cases Garfield: 372 cases, 4 deaths Garvin: 208 cases, 4 deaths Grady: 412 cases, 6 deaths Grant: 12 cases Greer: 81 cases, 8 deaths Harmon: 25 cases Harper: 9 cases Haskell: 43 cases Hughes: 111 cases, 1 death Jackson: 486 cases, 4 deaths Jefferson: 31 cases Johnston: 40 cases Kay: 217 cases, 10 deaths Kingfisher: 111 cases Kiowa: 27 cases, 1 death Latimer: 71 cases, 1 death Le Flore: 249 cases, 1 death Lincoln: 132 cases, 2 deaths Logan: 189 cases, 1 death Love: 65 cases Major: 25 cases, 1 death Marshall: 97 cases Mayes: 285 cases, 6 deaths McClain: 397 cases, 4 deaths McCurtain: 829 cases, 25 deaths McIntosh: 151 cases, 1 death Murray: 60 cases Muskogee: 448 cases, 16 deaths Noble: 77 cases, 2 deaths Nowata: 56 cases, 1 death Okfuskee: 57 cases Oklahoma: 9,439 cases, 98 deaths Okmulgee: 396 cases, 3 deaths Osage: 367 cases, 11 deaths Other: 16 cases Ottawa: 347 cases, 2 deaths Pawnee: 122 cases, 3 deaths Payne: 672 cases, 3 deaths Pittsburg: 201 cases, 3 deaths Pontotoc: 177 cases, 2 deaths Pottawatomie: 400 cases, 8 deaths Pushmataha: 100 cases Roger Mills: 8 cases Rogers: 823 cases, 14 deaths Seminole: 193 cases, 5 deaths Sequoyah: 264 cases, 4 deaths Stephens: 175 cases, 2 deaths Texas: 1,036 cases, 7 deaths Tillman: 56 cases, 1 death Tulsa: 9,159 cases, 101 deaths Wagoner: 738 cases, 22 deaths Washington: 575 cases, 39 deaths Washita: 24 cases Woods: 15 cases Woodward: 32 cases.

Officials stated there have been 3,275 overall hospitalizations, and that 628 people are presently hospitalized.According to the health departments report Monday, 35.69% of those who checked positive are in between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.78% are 36 to 49 years old, 17.75% are 50 to 64 years old, 13.76% are 65 years older or old, 8.68% are 5 to 17 years old and 2.34% are 4 years old or younger.TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Monday, Aug. 3) Adair: 305 cases, 5 deaths Alfalfa: 3 cases Atoka: 64 cases Beaver: 36 cases Beckham: 45 cases. 1 death Blaine: 38 cases Bryan: 385 cases, 1 death Caddo: 373 cases, 14 deaths Canadian: 1,089 cases, 5 deaths Carter: 308 cases, 3 deaths Cherokee: 351 cases, 1 death Choctaw: 166 cases, 1 death Cimarron: 1 case Cleveland: 2,725 cases, 49 deaths Coal: 27 cases Comanche: 778 cases, 10 deaths Cotton: 17 cases, 2 deaths Craig: 77 cases Creek: 500 cases, 13 deaths Custer: 192 cases Delaware: 403 cases, 19 deaths Dewey: 8 cases Ellis: 3 cases Garfield: 372 cases, 4 deaths Garvin: 208 cases, 4 deaths Grady: 412 cases, 6 deaths Grant: 12 cases Greer: 81 cases, 8 deaths Harmon: 25 cases Harper: 9 cases Haskell: 43 cases Hughes: 111 cases, 1 death Jackson: 486 cases, 4 deaths Jefferson: 31 cases Johnston: 40 cases Kay: 217 cases, 10 deaths Kingfisher: 111 cases Kiowa: 27 cases, 1 death Latimer: 71 cases, 1 death Le Flore: 249 cases, 1 death Lincoln: 132 cases, 2 deaths Logan: 189 cases, 1 death Love: 65 cases Major: 25 cases, 1 death Marshall: 97 cases Mayes: 285 cases, 6 deaths McClain: 397 cases, 4 deaths McCurtain: 829 cases, 25 deaths McIntosh: 151 cases, 1 death Murray: 60 cases Muskogee: 448 cases, 16 deaths Noble: 77 cases, 2 deaths Nowata: 56 cases, 1 death Okfuskee: 57 cases Oklahoma: 9,439 cases, 98 deaths Okmulgee: 396 cases, 3 deaths Osage: 367 cases, 11 deaths Other: 16 cases Ottawa: 347 cases, 2 deaths Pawnee: 122 cases, 3 deaths Payne: 672 cases, 3 deaths Pittsburg: 201 cases, 3 deaths Pontotoc: 177 cases, 2 deaths Pottawatomie: 400 cases, 8 deaths Pushmataha: 100 cases Roger Mills: 8 cases Rogers: 823 cases, 14 deaths Seminole: 193 cases, 5 deaths Sequoyah: 264 cases, 4 deaths Stephens: 175 cases, 2 deaths Texas: 1,036 cases, 7 deaths Tillman: 56 cases, 1 death Tulsa: 9,159 cases, 101 deaths Wagoner: 738 cases, 22 deaths Washington: 575 cases, 39 deaths Washita: 24 cases Woods: 15 cases Woodward: 32 cases.

WE FIRST STARTED TALKING ABOUT IT IN MID JUNE WHEN THEY SAW THE RAMP UP IN CASES, AND HOSPITALIZATIONS HAVE FOLLOWED SUIT. Authorities stated there have been 3,275 total hospitalizations, and that 628 individuals are presently hospitalized.According to the health departments report Monday, 35.69% of those who tested positive are between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.78% are 36 to 49 years old, 17.75% are 50 to 64 years old, 13.76% are 65 years old or older, 8.68% are 5 to 17 years old and 2.34% are 4 years old or younger.TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Monday, Aug. 3) Adair: 305 cases, 5 deaths Alfalfa: 3 cases Atoka: 64 cases Beaver: 36 cases Beckham: 45 cases. 1 death Blaine: 38 cases Bryan: 385 cases, 1 death Caddo: 373 cases, 14 deaths Canadian: 1,089 cases, 5 deaths Carter: 308 cases, 3 deaths Cherokee: 351 cases, 1 death Choctaw: 166 cases, 1 death Cimarron: 1 case Cleveland: 2,725 cases, 49 deaths Coal: 27 cases Comanche: 778 cases, 10 deaths Cotton: 17 cases, 2 deaths Craig: 77 cases Creek: 500 cases, 13 deaths Custer: 192 cases Delaware: 403 cases, 19 deaths Dewey: 8 cases Ellis: 3 cases Garfield: 372 cases, 4 deaths Garvin: 208 cases, 4 deaths Grady: 412 cases, 6 deaths Grant: 12 cases Greer: 81 cases, 8 deaths Harmon: 25 cases Harper: 9 cases Haskell: 43 cases Hughes: 111 cases, 1 death Jackson: 486 cases, 4 deaths Jefferson: 31 cases Johnston: 40 cases Kay: 217 cases, 10 deaths Kingfisher: 111 cases Kiowa: 27 cases, 1 death Latimer: 71 cases, 1 death Le Flore: 249 cases, 1 death Lincoln: 132 cases, 2 deaths Logan: 189 cases, 1 death Love: 65 cases Major: 25 cases, 1 death Marshall: 97 cases Mayes: 285 cases, 6 deaths McClain: 397 cases, 4 deaths McCurtain: 829 cases, 25 deaths McIntosh: 151 cases, 1 death Murray: 60 cases Muskogee: 448 cases, 16 deaths Noble: 77 cases, 2 deaths Nowata: 56 cases, 1 death Okfuskee: 57 cases Oklahoma: 9,439 cases, 98 deaths Okmulgee: 396 cases, 3 deaths Osage: 367 cases, 11 deaths Other: 16 cases Ottawa: 347 cases, 2 deaths Pawnee: 122 cases, 3 deaths Payne: 672 cases, 3 deaths Pittsburg: 201 cases, 3 deaths Pontotoc: 177 cases, 2 deaths Pottawatomie: 400 cases, 8 deaths Pushmataha: 100 cases Roger Mills: 8 cases Rogers: 823 cases, 14 deaths Seminole: 193 cases, 5 deaths Sequoyah: 264 cases, 4 deaths Stephens: 175 cases, 2 deaths Texas: 1,036 cases, 7 deaths Tillman: 56 cases, 1 death Tulsa: 9,159 cases, 101 deaths Wagoner: 738 cases, 22 deaths Washington: 575 cases, 39 deaths Washita: 24 cases Woods: 15 cases Woodward: 32 casesW2lmcmFtZSBzcmM9Imh0dHBzOi8vZDJjbXZicTdzeHgzM2ouY2xvdWRmcm9udC5uZXQvZW1haWwvcHJvZF9jb3JvbmF2aXJ1c19pZnJhbWVfYXJ0aWNsZS5odG1sIiBoZWlnaHQ9IjQxNCIgc3R5bGU9IndpZHRoOjEwMCU7Ym9yZGVyOm5vbmU7b3ZlcmZsb3c6aGlkZGVuIiBzY3JvbGxpbmc9Im5vIiBmcmFtZWJvcmRlcj0iMCIgYWxsb3dUcmFuc3BhcmVuY3k9InRydWUiXVsvaWZyYW1lXQ==.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Monday reported 377 new coronavirus cases across the state, bringing the overall cumulative number of the states positive cases to 38,602.>> > > CORONAVIRUS MAP OF OKLAHOMA: Check cases by countyOne additional death was reported Monday. Health officials stated the death was identified in the previous 24 hours.One in Pottawatomie County, one male in the 65 or older age group.According to the health department, there have been 551 coronavirus deaths statewide.Get the information from Oklahoma State Department of Health.Officials also reported that 31,165 Oklahomans have actually recuperated from the infection. By Oklahoma health officials definition, a recovered client is presently not hospitalized or deceased and it has actually been 14 days after onset/report. Health officials on Monday reported that there were 599,461 total unfavorable specimens. Officials said there have been 3,275 overall hospitalizations, which 628 people are currently hospitalized.According to the health departments report Monday, 35.69% of those who evaluated positive are between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.78% are 36 to 49 years of ages, 17.75% are 50 to 64 years old, 13.76% are 65 years old or older, 8.68% are 5 to 17 years of ages and 2.34% are 4 years of ages or younger.TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Monday, Aug. 3) Adair: 305 cases, 5 deaths Alfalfa: 3 cases Atoka: 64 cases Beaver: 36 cases Beckham: 45 cases. 1 death Blaine: 38 cases Bryan: 385 cases, 1 death Caddo: 373 cases, 14 deaths Canadian: 1,089 cases, 5 deaths Carter: 308 cases, 3 deaths Cherokee: 351 cases, 1 death Choctaw: 166 cases, 1 death Cimarron: 1 case Cleveland: 2,725 cases, 49 deaths Coal: 27 cases Comanche: 778 cases, 10 deaths Cotton: 17 cases, 2 deaths Craig: 77 cases Creek: 500 cases, 13 deaths Custer: 192 cases Delaware: 403 cases, 19 deaths Dewey: 8 cases Ellis: 3 cases Garfield: 372 cases, 4 deaths Garvin: 208 cases, 4 deaths Grady: 412 cases, 6 deaths Grant: 12 cases Greer: 81 cases, 8 deaths Harmon: 25 cases Harper: 9 cases Haskell: 43 cases Hughes: 111 cases, 1 death Jackson: 486 cases, 4 deaths Jefferson: 31 cases Johnston: 40 cases Kay: 217 cases, 10 deaths Kingfisher: 111 cases Kiowa: 27 cases, 1 death Latimer: 71 cases, 1 death Le Flore: 249 cases, 1 death Lincoln: 132 cases, 2 deaths Logan: 189 cases, 1 death Love: 65 cases Major: 25 cases, 1 death Marshall: 97 cases Mayes: 285 cases, 6 deaths McClain: 397 cases, 4 deaths McCurtain: 829 cases, 25 deaths McIntosh: 151 cases, 1 death Murray: 60 cases Muskogee: 448 cases, 16 deaths Noble: 77 cases, 2 deaths Nowata: 56 cases, 1 death Okfuskee: 57 cases Oklahoma: 9,439 cases, 98 deaths Okmulgee: 396 cases, 3 deaths Osage: 367 cases, 11 deaths Other: 16 cases Ottawa: 347 cases, 2 deaths Pawnee: 122 cases, 3 deaths Payne: 672 cases, 3 deaths Pittsburg: 201 cases, 3 deaths Pontotoc: 177 cases, 2 deaths Pottawatomie: 400 cases, 8 deaths Pushmataha: 100 cases Roger Mills: 8 cases Rogers: 823 cases, 14 deaths Seminole: 193 cases, 5 deaths Sequoyah: 264 cases, 4 deaths Stephens: 175 cases, 2 deaths Texas: 1,036 cases, 7 deaths Tillman: 56 cases, 1 death Tulsa: 9,159 cases, 101 deaths Wagoner: 738 cases, 22 deaths Washington: 575 cases, 39 deaths Washita: 24 cases Woods: 15 cases Woodward: 32 casesW2lmcmFtZSBzcmM9Imh0dHBzOi8vZDJjbXZicTdzeHgzM2ouY2xvdWRmcm9udC5uZXQvZW1haWwvcHJvZF9jb3JvbmF2aXJ1c19pZnJhbWVfYXJ0aWNsZS5odG1sIiBoZWlnaHQ9IjQxNCIgc3R5bGU9IndpZHRoOjEwMCU7Ym9yZGVyOm5vbmU7b3ZlcmZsb3c6aGlkZGVuIiBzY3JvbGxpbmc9Im5vIiBmcmFtZWJvcmRlcj0iMCIgYWxsb3dUcmFuc3BhcmVuY3k9InRydWUiXVsvaWZyYW1lXQ==.

NEW: Oklahoma reports simply 377 brand-new coronavirus cases, dropping the 7-day typical drastically to 845. Mondays are normally low reporting days, however last Monday was abnormally high, causing the swings in the average. pic.twitter.com/g2jFbumXUl— Dillon Richards (@KOCODillon) August 3, 2020.

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