The state’s seven-day rolling average of new cases is 513, according to OSDH data.
The state's report accounts for 87 newly confirmed deaths since last week.
A little more than 300 new COVID-19 infections were reported Monday, marking the 18th consecutive day the state reported fewer than 1,000 new cases daily.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 625 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday, marking the 16th consecutive day the state reported fewer than 1,000 new cases daily.
The state’s seven-day rolling average of new cases is 544, the lowest recorded average since early July, according to OSDH data.
The state’s seven-day rolling average of new cases is 615, heading back in the direction of Monday’s lowest recorded average since mid-July of 611 after two days of increase, according to Oklahoma State Department of Health data.
The state’s seven-day rolling average of new cases is 644 — up for a second consecutive day from Monday's lowest recorded average since mid-July of 611, according to OSDH data.
A total of 11,637 cases remained active. State official have confirmed 4,701 deaths through investigation and will update that figure weekly as the CDC's numbers, based on death certificates, are updated daily.
A total of 12,038 cases remained active across the state Monday.
Across the state, 896 new cases of the virus were reported Wednesday, bringing the rolling average of daily reported cases to 641, the lowest it has been since mid-July.
Wednesday marked the first day the Oklahoma State Department of Health began reporting COVID-19 deaths recorded by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics.
Thirteen of the deaths were Tulsa County residents: a woman 50-64, three women 65 or older and nine men 65 or older. Two Oklahomans in the 36-49 age group were among recently reported COVID-19 fatalities.
706 new cases of the virus were reported Monday. Among the new deaths reported were a Johnston County man and Rogers County woman in the 18-35 age group.
Eight of the new deaths reported were in Tulsa County, which now has surpassed 700 people who have died from the disease.
The new deaths include an additional eight in Tulsa County, the health department said.
Among the recently reported deaths was a Grady County man age 18-35. Almost 650 patients with COVID-19 remained hospitalized across the state Tuesday, with 173 in ICU beds.
A total of 14,040 cases remain active. Nearly 402,000 patients have recovered, and 4,227 deaths from the virus have been recorded.
The state's rolling average of daily new cases is 797, which is the lowest the metric has been since early September.
The state’s cumulative case total now is 419,354, with 399,817 considered recovered.
Twenty more Oklahomans’ deaths due to COVID-19 were reported Tuesday as the state’s rates in various virus-related metrics continued a downward trend.
For the first time since late December, the state reported fewer than 1,000 new cases confirmed in one day: 730. More than 600 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized as of Sunday, and more than 21,000 infections remain active.
An additional 1,266 cases were reported Sunday. The state’s cumulative case total now is 413,542, with 387,837 considered recovered.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Saturday reported 4,289 new COVID-19 cases and an additional 35 deaths.