TULSA, Okla. — There are now 88 deaths in Oklahoma and nearly 1,800 confirmed cases of coronavirus, COVID-19 -- but how is that affecting the state’s hospitals?
Despite the growing numbers, the Oklahoma State Department of Health isn’t reporting any surges at state medical facilities yet.
However, the department gets new numbers every hour and want people to know the situation is constantly changing.
Here are the numbers as of Friday, April 10 from 84%-89% of reporting hospitals statewide.
- 368 of 1,007 ICU beds available
- 2,668 of 5,605 medical surgery beds available
- 537 of 634 operating room beds available
- 332 of 538 pediatric beds available
- 31 of 80 PICU beds available
- OSDH Ventilators on Hand: 164
- Total Face Shields: 161,148
- Total Gowns: 78,106
- Total Coveralls: 37,755
- Total Gloves (boxes): 2,740
- Total Masks (N-95): 81,960
- Total Surgical Masks: 385,700
- Total Procedure Masks: 262,400
- Total Safety Eyewear: 233
- Total KN95 Masks: 59,400
- An average 12.3-day supply of Personal Protective Equipment for medical professionals.
- Tulsa County has about 20 days of PPE.
- 33,781 tests available.
The state is now tracking COVID-19 recoveries and is currently reporting 865 recovered individuals. A recovery is determined by those currently not hospitalized or deceased and 14 days after onset/report.
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