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Oklahoma COVID-19 update for July 12


The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported more than 1,200 new COVID-19 cases since Friday. 384 is Monday’s 7-day rolling average for the state’s daily number of new cases as the Delta variant has become the more dominant.

The CDC reports that overall, Oklahoma has seen 461,293 COVID-19 cases and 8,641 provisional deaths. There are 2,324 active COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma.

Kay County has seen 5,357 COVID-19 cases, 128 deaths and 5,220 recoveries. There are nine active cases in the county. Posted below is data for Kay County communities.

Data for Kay County communities is posted below:


PONCA CITY – 3,915 COVID-19 cases/83 deaths/3,826 recoveries

BLACKWELL – 689 COVID-19 cases/28 deaths/661 recoveries

NEWKIRK – 448 COVID-19 cases/6 deaths/441 recoveries

TONKAWA – 377 COVID-19 cases/15 deaths/360 recoveries

KAW CITY – 64 COVID-19 cases/3 deaths/61 recoveries

BRAMAN – 25 COVID-19 cases/1 death/23 recoveries



Posted below is data for local counties outside of Kay County:


PAYNE – 8,742 COVID-19 cases/76 deaths/8,650 recoveries

GARFIELD – 7,845 COVID-19 cases/139 deaths/7,695 recoveries

OSAGE – 4,830 COVID-19 cases/81 deaths/4,727 recoveries

PAWNEE – 1,804 COVID-19 cases/53 deaths/1,747 recoveries

NOBLE – 1,384 COVID-19 cases/20 deaths/1,364 recoveries

GRANT – 550 COVID-19 cases/7 deaths/543 recoveries


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According to OSDH, 3,296,670 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered. This includes 1,788,722 Oklahomans receiving the first dose, and 1,534,133 Oklahomans are fully vaccinated. All Oklahomans ages 12 and older can receive the vaccine. Learn more by going to

According to CDC.Gov, A small percentage of people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will still develop COVID-19 illness. COVID-19 vaccines are effective. However, a small percentage of people who are fully vaccinated will still get COVID-19 if they are exposed to the virus that causes it. These are called “vaccine breakthrough cases.”