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Gallery: Signs of the times of the COVID-19 pandemic in Tulsa

Gallery: Signs of the times of the COVID-19 pandemic in Tulsa

Churches are posting inspiring messages while local businesses seek to assure people they are still open.

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The Oklahoma Highway Patrol announced Friday its training academy will be conducted remotely “out of an abundance of caution during the COVID-19 pandemic,” citing concerns about proximity and guidelines limiting large gatherings.

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