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Oklahoma sees 2,180 new COVID-19 cases over Labor Day Weekend


Over the Labor Day weekend, Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported a total of 2,180 new positive COVID-19 cases. As of Labor Day Monday, Oklahoma has seen an overall total of 64,220 COVID-19 cases with 9,953 cases active.

Kay County has seen 17 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, putting the overall stats to 365 cases, 12 deaths and 282 recoveries. As for the active cases in the county, there are 56 in Ponca City, seven in Blackwell, three in Tonkawa and two in Newkirk.

As for new cases in local counties, there are 137 for Payne County, 81 for Garfield County, 40 for Washington County, 38 for Osage County, 12 for Logan County, six for Pawnee County and three for Noble County.

While no new virus-related deaths were reported for Monday, an additional nine virus-related deaths were reported since Saturday. This puts Oklahoma’s death toll to 853. None of the deaths happened in local counties.

OSDH is reporting 1,291 new recoveries over the weekend, putting Oklahoma’s recovery total to 53,414. 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.

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Payne County – 1,533 cases/5 deaths/995 recoveries

Garfield County – 1,165 cases/14 deaths/789 recoveries

Washington County – 886 cases/40 deaths/730 recoveries

Osage County – 704 cases/12 deaths/603 recoveries

Kay County – 365 cases/12 deaths/282 recoveries

Logan County – 328 cases/1 death/273 recoveries

Pawnee County – 229 cases/3 deaths/201 recoveries

Noble County – 118 cases/2 deaths/96 recoveries

Grant County – 27 cases/no deaths/23 recoveries