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Oklahoma has 81 COVID-19 cases as of Monday, Kay County has five cases

There are now 81 documented cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is a jump from 67 on Sunday. Two deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in Oklahoma. One includes a man in his 50s in Pawnee County, and the other was a man in his 50s in Tulsa County.

A 5th case has been reported for Kay County. For surrounding counties, Pawnee and Payne counties each have 3 cases, and Noble County has one.

Below are the amount of COVID-19 cases in counties in the state of Oklahoma:

  • Canadian County: 2
  • Cleveland County: 16
  • Custer County: 1
  • Garvin County: 2
  • Grady County: 1
  • Jackson County: 1
  • Kay County: 5
  • Logan County: 1
  • McClain County: 1
  • Muskogee County: 1
  • Noble County: 1
  • Oklahoma County: 29
  • Pawnee County: 3
  • Payne County: 3
  • Pontotoc County: 1
  • Tulsa County: 11
  • Washington County: 2
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