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New virus-related deaths for Kay and Grant counties, Over 2,700 new COVID-19 cases statewide


The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 2,737 COVID-19 cases for Tuesday, Nov. 24. Oklahoma’s seen 180,610 COVID-19 cases overall, and 33,260 cases are active.

15 additional virus-related deaths were also reported to put Oklahoma’s death toll to 1,664. Two of the new deaths were females from Kay and Grant counties in the 65 or older group. Another death being two Washington County males in the 65 or older age group.

Kay County also saw 14 new positive COVID-19 cases, putting the county at 1,619 COVID-19 cases, 23 deaths and 1,273 recoveries. As for the 323 active cases for Kay County, there are 241 for Ponca City, 43 for Blackwell, 29 for Newkirk, 18 for Tonkawa and three each for Braman and Kaw City. Click here to see data on all Oklahoma communities.

As for new cases in local counties, there are 52 for Payne, 49 for Garfield, 26 for Noble, 23 for Logan, 18 for Washington, 14 for Osage, four for Pawnee and two for Grant. Click here for complete data on all 77 Oklahoma counties.


Payne County – 4,019 cases/17 deaths/3,425 recoveries

Garfield County – 3,537 cases/33 deaths/2,860 recoveries

Washington County – 1,891 cases/46 deaths/1,594 recoveries

Osage County – 1,873 cases/18 deaths/1,642 recoveries

Kay County – 1,619 cases/23 deaths/1,273 recoveries

Logan County – 1,318 cases/3 deaths/1,043 recoveries

Pawnee County – 538 cases/6 deaths/444 recoveries

Noble County – 472 cases/4 deaths/306 recoveries

Grant County – 195 cases/4 deaths/155 recoveries


OSDH is also reporting 3,305 new recoveries for Tuesday, putting the statewide recovery total to 145,686. 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 Tuesday shows that 1,830,999 test results in Oklahoma have returned negative. There have been 11,445 total hospitalizations and 1,566 individuals with COVID-19 cases were currently hospitalized.

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