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47 new COVID-19 cases for Oklahoma on Tuesday


The latest information from the Oklahoma State Department of Health on Tuesday shows 47 new positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma to bring the states total of cases to 6,137 since testing began.

Health officials reported five additional deaths on Tuesday, bringing Oklahoma’s death toll to 318.

Oklahoma State Department of Health also reports that 107 more individuals have recovered from COVID-19 as the recovery total in the state now stands at 4,823.

At this time, there are no new cases to report for Kay, Osage, Garfield, Grant, Logan, Noble, Pawnee and Payne counties. As foir active cases, Kay and Garfield counties both have three, Logan and Payne counties with one each and Osage with five active cases. No active cases for Grant, Noble and Pawnee counties.