The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 3,406 new positive COVID-19 cases for Sunday, Nov. 22, and 9,990 new cases since Thursday, Nov. 19. Oklahoma’s seen 174,330 COVID-19 cases overall as 32,384 cases are active.
Since Thursday, there have been 46 virus-related deaths reported as the death toll on Sunday stands at 1,634. One death reported Friday was for a Kay County individual to make it the 22nd virus-related death for the county.
Since Thursday, Kay County has also seen 134 new positive COVID-19 cases. This puts the county at 1,566 COVID-19 cases, 22 deaths and 1,203 recoveries. One new death was also reported for Pawnee County, making it their sixth virus-related death.
For new cases in local counties since Thursday, there are 207 for Payne, 156 for Garfield, 120 for Washington, 100 for Osage, 78 for Logan, 51 for Pawnee, 37 for Noble and eight for Grant.
DATA FOR LOCAL COUNTIES
Payne County – 3,904 cases/17 deaths/3,309 recoveries
Garfield County – 3,354 cases/33 deaths/2,781 recoveries
Osage County – 1,849 cases/18 deaths/1,586 recoveries
Washington County – 1,837 cases/44 deaths/1,531 recoveries
Kay County – 1,566 cases/22 deaths/1,203 recoveries
Logan County – 1,252 cases/3 deaths/1,014 recoveries
Pawnee County – 528 cases/6 deaths/418 recoveries
Noble County – 382 cases/4 deaths/292 recoveries
Grant County – 188 cases/3 deaths/151 recoveries
OSDH is also reporting 8,044 new recoveries since Thursday, putting Oklahoma’s recovery total to 140,312. 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.
latest information from health officials as of Friday shows that 1,739,925 test results in Oklahoma have returned negative. There have been 11,020 total hospitalizations and 1,408 individuals with COVID-19 cases were currently hospitalized.
See complete details at coronavirus.health.ok.gov.