The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported another 747 new cases and five more deaths from COVID-19 on Friday.
Officials report that 621 patients with the illness are currently hospitalized across the state.
Seventy-seven of the new cases were in Tulsa County, but the county reported no deaths. A woman older than 65 died in Rogers County, and a man older than 65 died in Creek County, according to a news release.
Three of Friday’s reported deaths occurred in the past 24 hours.
For the month, Oklahoma added 22,730 new coronavirus cases, up from 7,251 in June.
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