Oklahoma Coronavirus Updates: 3,621 new cases, 27 additional deaths reported Saturday

Coronavirus outbreak: What you need to know

TULSA, Okla. — The Oklahoma State Department of Health is tracking COVID-19 cases, deaths, hospitalizations and recoveries in the state.

Below are county-by-county numbers, zip code breakdowns, and daily updates on trends and news in the state about the coronavirus pandemic.

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Death toll continues to climb as 27 more Oklahomans die

Update 11:01 a.m. Jan. 16: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 3,621 new cases of COVID-19 and 27 additional deaths on Saturday.

Death toll continues to climb as 43 more Oklahomans die

Update 11:01 a.m. Jan. 15: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 3,538 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s cumulative total to 348,044.

The new cases bring the state’s 7-day rolling average to 3,923.

There were 43 more deaths reported, bringing Oklahoma’s death toll to 2,925.

Here’s what we know about the additional deaths:

  • One in Beckham County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Cherokee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Choctaw County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Four in Cleveland County, two females in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Comanche County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Creek County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Dewey County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Three in Garfield County, three females in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Garvin County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Grady County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Harmon County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Kay County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • Two in Kingfisher County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Murray County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Nowata County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Nine in Oklahoma County, two females in the 50-64 age group, one female in the 65 or older age group, two males in the 36-49 age group, four males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Okmulgee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Payne County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Sequoyah County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Stephens County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Texas County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Seven in Tulsa County, one female in the 18-35 age group, two females in the 65 or older age group, four males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Wagoner County, one female in the 65 or older age group

More than 3,100 new cases in Oklahoma, 44 additional deaths reported

Update 11:00 a.m. Jan. 14: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports 3,142 more cases and an additional 34 deaths, taking the state total to 2,882 deaths.

4,165 is today’s 7-day rolling average for the number of new cases reported.

There are 34 additional deaths identified to report:

  • Two in Atoka County, one female in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • Three in Bryan County, three males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Cleveland County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Three in Comanche County, one female in the 50-64 age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Creek County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Custer County, one female in the 36-49 age group.
  • One in Grady County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Greer County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Kay County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Kingfisher County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Marshall County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in McIntosh County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Muskogee County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Oklahoma County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Okmulgee County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Three in Pontotoc County, one female in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 36-49 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Pottawatomie County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Pushmataha County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Rogers County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Sequoyah County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Stephens County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Four in Tulsa County, one female in the 65 or older age group, two males in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Wagoner County, one male in the 65 or older age group.

More than 3,900 new cases in Oklahoma, 44 additional deaths reported

Update 11:10 a.m. Jan. 13: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports more than 3,900 cases, leading to a total of 341,364 cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.

4,256 is today’s 7-day rolling average for the number of new cases reported.

There are 44 additional deaths identified to report:

  • One in Beckham County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Bryan County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Cherokee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Cleveland County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Comanche County, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Grady County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Le Flore County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • Two in McIntosh County, two females in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Muskogee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Four in Oklahoma County, one female in the 36-49 age group, one female in the 65 or older age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Okmulgee County, one male in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Osage County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Pawnee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Rogers County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • 18 in Tulsa County, one female in the 36-49 age group, eight females in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 50-64 age group, eight males in the 65 or older age group.
  • Four in Wagoner County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 50-64 age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Washington County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Woodward County, one male in the 65 or older age group.

Update 2:05 p.m. Jan. 12: Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt scheduled a news conference Tuesday in Oklahoma City to give an update on the COVID-19 situation in the state.

It’s Stitt’s first press briefing given since Dec. 22.

Update on COVID-19 situation in Oklahoma

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Posted by FOX23 News on Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Death toll surpasses 2,800, 7-day rolling average grows near 4,200

Update 11:00 a.m. Jan. 12: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 2,210 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide cumulative total to 337,457.

The new cases bring Oklahoma’s 7-day rolling average to 4,170.

There were 29 more deaths reported due to the virus, bringing the death toll to 2,804.

Here’s what we know about the additional deaths:

  • One in Beckham County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Cherokee County, two males in the 36-49 age group.
  • Four in Cleveland County, one female in the 50-64 age group, two females in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Comanche County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Cotton County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Garfield County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Garvin County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Hughes County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Lincoln County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in McClain County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Six in Oklahoma County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 50-64 age group, four males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Osage County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Pontotoc County, one male in the 36-49 age group.
  • One in Pottawatomie County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Rogers County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Seminole County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Sequoyah County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Stephens County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Washita County, one male in the 65 or older age group.

7-day rolling average remains at all-time high at 4,068

Update 11:09 a.m. Jan. 11: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 3,885 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s cumulative total to 335,247.

The new cases bring the state’s 7-day rolling average to 4,068, an all-time high since the pandemic began.

There were 14 additional deaths reported, bringing Oklahoma’s death toll to 2,775.

Here’s what we know about the additional deaths:

  • Two in Cleveland County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Logan County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Six in Oklahoma County, two females in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 50-65 age group, three males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Pushmataha County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Stephens County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Tulsa County, two females in the 65 or older age group.

State sees spike in cases with 6,487 new cases, reported Sunday

Update 11:10 a.m. Jan. 10: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 6,487 new cases and 23 additional deaths Sunday. Five of those deaths were in Tulsa County, according to OSDH.

OSDH says the five in Tulsa County was one male in the 36-49 age group, two males in the 50-64 age group, and two males in the 65 or older age group.

“Today the State Department of Health reported 6,487 new cases of COVID-19 and 23 deaths. This rise in reported COVID-19 cases is due in part to a decrease in testing and a less consistent reporting schedule over the holidays.

Another 4,200 cases, 35 deaths reported Saturday

Update 11:04 a.m. Jan. 9: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 4,289 new cases and 35 additional deaths Saturday.

State sets record for new cases with 5,232 new cases

Update 11:04 a.m. Jan. 8: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 5,232 new cases of COVID-19, breaking the state’s one-day reporting record, and bringing the cumulative total to 320,586.

The spike brings the state’s 7-day rolling average to 3,504.

There were 31 additional deaths reported, bringing Oklahoma’s death toll to 2,703.

Here’s what we know about the additional deaths:

  • One in Choctaw County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Four in Comanche County, three males in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Creek County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Custer County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Kay County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Latimer County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Le Flore County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Lincoln County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Logan County, one female in the 18-35 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in McClain County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Murray County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Oklahoma County, one male in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Osage County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Pawnee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Rogers County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Sequoyah County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Stephens County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Texas County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Seven in Tulsa County, two females in the 36-49 age group, one female in the 50-64 age group, two males in the 50-64 age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Washington County, one male in the 65 or older age group.

More than 3,700 new COVID-19 cases; Virus deaths continue to surge

Update 11:02 a.m. Jan. 7: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 3,781 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s cumulative total to 315,354.

The new cases bring the state’s 7-day rolling average to 3,488.

There were 39 more deaths due to the virus reported, bringing the death toll to 2,672.

  • One in Carter County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Cherokee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Cleveland County, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Coal County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Creek County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Custer County, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Delaware County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Three in Kay County, one male in the 36-49 age group, one female in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Kiowa County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Le Flore County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Logan County, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in McClain County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in McCurtain County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Muskogee County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Oklahoma County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Okmulgee County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • Two in Osage County, two females in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Ottawa County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Payne County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Pontotoc County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Eight in Tulsa County, one male in the 50-64 age group, five females in the 65 or older age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • Three in Washington County, one male in the 50-64 age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.

Tulsa Health Department holds COVID-19 update as vaccine appointment scheduling starts

Update 12:00 p.m. Jan. 6: The City of Tulsa and Tulsa Health Department held a news conference to update the city and county’s COVID-19 situation.

The news conference comes after THD created an online sign-up tool for people to use to make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine, beginning with first responders and healthcare workers.

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Posted by FOX23 News on Wednesday, January 6, 2021

State records new one-day high of 62 COVID-19 deaths

Update 11:02 a.m. Jan. 6: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 2,945 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide cumulative total to 311,573.

The additional cases bring the state’s 7-day rolling average to 3,506.

There were 62 more deaths reported, a record one-day report for the state since the pandemic began, bringing the COVID-19 death toll in Oklahoma to 2,633.

The previous one-day increase record was 54 on Dec. 2.

Here’s what we know about the additional 62 deaths reported:

  • Six in Bryan County, one male in the 18-35 age group, three females in the 65 or older age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Canadian County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Seven in Comanche County, two females in the 65 or older age group, five males in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Creek County, two females in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Custer County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Grady County, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Hughes County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Jackson County, one male in the 18-35 age group.
  • One in Jefferson County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Six in Kay County, four females in the 65 or older age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Latimer County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Le Flore County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Logan County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Mayes County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in McCurtain County, two females in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Murray County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Muskogee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Nowata County, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • Two in Oklahoma County, one male in the 36-49 age group, one male in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Payne County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Pottawatomie County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Rogers County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Sequoyah County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Stephens County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • 13 in Tulsa County, one male in the 36-49 age group, two males in the 50-64 age group, seven females in the 65 or older age group, three males in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Wagoner County, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Washington County, one female in the 36-49 age group.

Daily COVID-19 cases dip; 19 more people die

Update 11:00 a.m. Jan. 5: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 1,857 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s cumulative total to 308,268.

The new report marks the lowest number of new cases reported in a day since 1,194 were reported on Dec. 29.

The new cases bring Oklahoma’s 7-day rolling average to 3,498.

There were 19 more deaths reported, bringing the state’s death toll to 2,571.

Here’s what we know about the additional deaths:

  • One in Canadian County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Cleveland County, one female in the 65 or older age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Comanche County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Cotton County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Custer County, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Garfield County, one male in the 50-64 age group, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Mayes County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in McCurtain County, one female in the 50-64 age group.
  • Three in Oklahoma County, one female in the 50-64 age group, two males in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Ottawa County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Pawnee County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Payne County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Stephens County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Tulsa County, one male in the 65 or older age group.

Update 12:45 p.m. Jan. 4: The Oklahoma State Department of Health scheduled a virtual news conference on Monday to go over the next steps in the state’s COVID-19 vaccination plan.

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Posted by FOX23 News on Monday, January 4, 2021

Nearly 2,700 new cases reported; five more people die

Update 11:02 a.m. Jan. 4: The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 2,699 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s cumulative total to 306,771.

Five more people died due to the virus, bringing the death toll to 2,552.

Here’s what we know about the additional deaths:

  • One in Cherokee County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Custer County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Garfield County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Garvin County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Oklahoma County, one male in the 50-64 age group.

University: Oklahoma sets record for weekly COVID-19 deaths

Update 12:00 p.m. Jan. 3: From Associated Press:

Oklahoma has set a new record for COVID-19 deaths in a week, as state health officials on Sunday reported more than 8,000 new cases of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus over two days.

Oklahoma had 170 deaths from COVID-19 over the last seven days, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The previous one-week record of 168 deaths was set in early December.

State health officials recorded 5,002 new cases of the virus on Saturday and another 3,015 on Sunday, as well as 20 additional deaths. The actual number of cases is believed to be far higher because many people haven’t been tested and some who get sick don’t show symptoms.

There were more than 36,000 active cases of the virus in Oklahoma and 1,910 people hospitalized with it Sunday, according to the State Department of Health.

Over the last seven days, nearly one in five coronavirus tests in Oklahoma has come back positive, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms that clear up within weeks. But for others, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, the virus can cause severe illness and be fatal.

Two-day total of 8,017 new cases, 20 additional deaths reported Sunday

Update 11:08 a.m. Jan. 3: OSDH reports two-day total of 8,017 COVID-19 cases and 20 additional deaths Sunday.

5,002 cases reported on Saturday

3,015 cases reported on Sunday.

There are 304,072 cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.