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81 new COVID-19 cases documented in Oklahoma Monday; State total now at 2,680


The Oklahoma State Department of Health released a daily update on Monday reporting that 81 new COVID-19 cases have been documented, bringing Oklahoma’s total to 2,680.

New numbers also show that out of the 2,680 cases, 923 remain active while 1,614 have recovered.

Three more Oklahomans have died from COVID-19. This includes two in Cleveland County, both males in the 65 and older age group, and one in Caddo County, a male in the 50-64 age group.


As for local counties, Kay County continues to hold on with 46 overall cases with 34 recovered. Results for surrounding counties can be seen below:

Osage – (+1) 65 cases overall/34 recoveries

Payne – (+2) 39 cases overall/25 recoveries

Pawnee – 28 cases overall/18 recoveries

Garfield – (+1) 11 cases overall/(+1) 6 recoveries

Logan – 9 cases overall/7 recoveries

Noble – 6 cases overall/5 recoveries

Grant – 2 cases overall/2 recoveries


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