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88 new COVID-19 cases on Monday for Oklahoma; No new deaths for second day in a row


The latest report from the Oklahoma State Department of Health on Monday, May 18, shows that there are 88 new positive COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma, bringing the state’s overall total to 5,398 since testing started.

The numbers from late Sunday show the following results for local counties in northern Oklahoma. There is one new COVID-19 case for Payne County.

  • Osage County – 91 cases/8 deaths/65 recoveries
  • Kay County – 49 cases/7 deaths/40 recoveries
  • Payne County – 45 cases/1 death/43 recoveries
  • Pawnee County – 29 cases/2 deaths/25 recoveries
  • Garfield County – 23 cases/1 death/14 recoveries
  • Logan County – 18 cases/1 death/16 recoveries
  • Noble County – 7 cases/no deaths/6 recoveries
  • Grant County – 2 cases/no deaths/2 recoveries

For the second day in a row, there have been no new deaths to report as Oklahoma’s death toll from the virus remains at 288.

Data from Saturday shows that 117,807 test results showed as negative. Officials say that there have been 885 total hospitalizations in Oklahoma and 180 patients are currently hospitalized.

The recovery total is now at 4,008 as 25 more Oklahomans have recovered from COVID-19. Health officials say that a recovery means the patient is not hospitalized or deceased and it has been 14 days since the onset of symptoms or report.