The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 478 new COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma on Sunday, June 21. This breaks the previous record set last week for the most new cases reported in a single day for Oklahoma.
There have now been 10,515 cases since testing started, and 2,984 cases are active.
Locally, Payne County has 27 new positive COVID-19 cases, ten new cases for Osage County, two each for Noble and Logan counties and one each for Kay and Pawnee counties.
One virus-related death was documented by OSDH on Sunday, putting Oklahoma’s death toll at 369.
New data also shows that 117 more Oklahomans have recovered from COVID-19, putting the state’s recovery total at 7,531.
- Payne County – 242 cases/1 death/63 recoveries
- Osage County – 140 cases/8 deaths/102 recoveries
- Kay County – 80 cases/7 deaths/55 recoveries
- Garfield County – 55 cases/1 death/46 recoveries
- Pawnee County – 48 cases/2 deaths/35 recoveries
- Noble County – 28 cases/no deaths/11 recoveries
- Logan County – 28 cases/1 death/20 recoveries
- Grant County – 2 cases/no deaths/2 recoveries