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Less than 400 new COVID-19 cases reported Monday, New deaths for Kay, Noble and Osage counties

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 380 new COVID-19 cases for Monday. Oklahoma’s seen 424,888 COVID-19 cases overall as 12,745 are active. The number of statewide active cases is 23 less than Sunday.

OSDH documented 50 new virus-related deaths on Monday, putting Oklahoma’s death toll to 4,478. This includes a Kay County female, a Noble County female and an Osage County male that were all in the 65 or older age group. This makes it the 80th virus-related death for Kay County.

Kay County saw four new COVID-19 cases on Monday, putting the county at 5,084 COVID-19 cases, 80 deaths and 4,849 recoveries. There are 155 active cases in Kay County, which is four more than Sunday. Data for local communities is posted below:

DATA FOR KAY COUNTY COMMUNITIES

Ponca City – 3,722 cases/46 deaths/3,569 recoveries

Blackwell – 643 cases/18 deaths/594 recoveries

Newkirk – 427 cases/3 death/411 recoveries

Tonkawa – 355 cases/14 deaths/332 recoveries

Kaw City – 62 cases/1 death/61 recoveries

Braman – 22 cases/1 death/20 recoveries

 

 

As for new cases in local counties, there are four for Osage, three each for Payne and Pawnee, two each for Garfield and Washington. There are no new cases for Logan, Noble and Grant counties.

DATA FOR LOCAL COUNTIES IN NORTHERN OKLAHOMA:

Payne County – 8,360 cases/47 deaths/8,122 recoveries

Garfield County – 7,588 cases/78 deaths/7,299 recoveries

Kay County – 5,084 cases/80 deaths/4,849 recoveries

Washington County – 4,772 cases/89 deaths/4,532 recoveries

Osage County – 4,489 cases/50 deaths/4,317 recoveries

Logan County – 3,973 cases/28 deaths/3,814 recoveries

Pawnee County – 1,704 cases/32 deaths/1,621 recoveries

Noble County – 1,347 cases/13 deaths/1,283 recoveries

Grant County – 535 cases/7 deaths/520 recoveries

 

OSDH is reporting 353 new recoveries for Monday. Oklahoma’s recovery total is now at 407,665. In order for a recovery to count, the recovered patient must not be deceased or hospitalized and it has been 14 days since their report.

There have been 839,401 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine administered in Oklahoma and that there are 293,397 completed series. The number of prime doses given is 546,004. There have also been 568,735 prime doses allocated and 400,925 boost doses allocated.

See complete COVID-19 data for Oklahoma by visiting coronavirus.health.ok.gov.