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COVID-19: 397 new cases, 2 more deaths reported in Oklahoma

COVID-19: 397 new cases, 2 more deaths reported in Oklahoma


Two more Oklahomans have died with COVID-19 as state health officials reported 397 new infections across the state Monday.

Since March, 43,963 cases have been confirmed in Oklahoma, and the death toll has risen to 605.

As of Friday, the most recent data, 594 patients were hospitalized with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infections.

Tulsa County, where the death toll is 107, reports 1,504 cases still active. The seven-day rolling average for new cases in the county has been hovering around 200 in recent days.

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"We've been able to get by with that so far because the citizens of Tulsa have sucked it up and done the right thing," Mayor G.T. Bynum said at a Thursday news conference. "But we're moving into flu season. We're moving into cold winter months when more people will not have the option of al fresco dining and spending as much time outside. More people will be inside, and with that comes much greater risk."

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