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2,200 new COVID-19 cases for Oklahoma on Monday

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The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 2,200 new positive COVID-19 cases for Monday, Nov. 30. Oklahoma’s seen 197,745 COVID-19 cases overall as 32,275 cases are active.

Latest data from Monday also shows seven additional virus-related deaths to put the death toll for Oklahoma at 1,743. One of those deaths being for a Pawnee County female in the 65 or older age group.

Kay County saw an increase with 55 new COVID-19 cases, putting the overall stats to 1,891 COVID-19 cases, 25 deaths and 1,483 recoveries. As for the 383 active cases across Kay County, there are 289 for Ponca City, 48 for Blackwell, 35 for Newkirk, 16 for Tonkawa, seven for Kaw City and three for Braman.

For new cases in local counties, there are 71 for Garfield, 29 for Logan, 20 each for Osage and Payne, 18 for Washington, five for Pawnee and three each for Grant and Noble counties.

DATA FOR LOCAL COUNTIES

Payne County – 4,272 cases/19 deaths/3,749 recoveries

Garfield County – 3,985 cases/37 deaths/3,210 recoveries

Washington County – 2,081 cases/47 deaths/1,740 recoveries

Osage County – 2,005 cases/18 deaths/1,776 recoveries

Kay County – 1,891 cases/25 deaths/1,483 recoveries

Logan County – 1,529 cases/3 deaths/1,199 recoveries

Pawnee County – 601 cases/8 deaths/516 recoveries

Noble County – 551 cases/4 deaths/358 recoveries

Grant County – 212 cases/5 deaths/182 recoveries

 

OSDH is also reporting 1,772 new recoveries for Oklahoma, putting the statewide recovery total to 163,727. In order for a recovery to count, the recovered patient must not be deceased or hospitalized and it has been 14 days since their report.

Latest information from health officials as of Wednesday shows that 1,873,468 test results in Oklahoma have returned negative. There have been 12,258 total hospitalizations, and data from Tuesday shows 1,604 individuals with COVID-19 cases were currently hospitalized.

See complete details at coronavirus.health.ok.gov.