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Sand Springs sees increase in active COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths
COVID-19 update

Sand Springs sees increase in active COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths


The Oklahoma State Department of Health has developed the Oklahoma COVID-19 Alert System. It is a four-tiered risk measurement tool with corresponding color categories that identify the current COVID-19 risk level.

Sand Springs has 356 active cases of COVID-19, as of Monday, Jan. 11, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reports.

The number of active cases is a 93-person increase over the past week. Sand Springs did have three additional deaths since the Jan. 4 report.

The latest statistics on OSDH’s web portal reflect that Sand Springs has recorded 2,372 total coronavirus cases with 1,993 recoveries and 23 deaths since March.

The OSDH dashboard reflects every confirmed case of the coronavirus in just over 200 cities in Oklahoma. Sand Springs, the 19th largest city in Oklahoma, currently ranks 23rd in total cases in the state. The city ranks just below Bixby (2,516) and McAlester (2,489) and ahead of Guymon (2,351) and Duncan (2,260) in total cases.

As of Monday, Oklahoma has 335,247 confirmed cases, with 289,309 recoveries and 2,775 deaths, the dashboard shows.

The state indicated that confirmed recoveries are pronounced as currently not hospitalized or deceased and 14 days after onset/report.

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