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Oklahoma sees more than 11,000 COVID-19 cases in seven days


The Oklahoma State Department of Health documented 2,160 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday.


Within the past week, OSDH has documented 11,387 new COVID-19 cases, 5,687 recoveries and 46 deaths. Overall, Oklahoma’s seen 489,338 COVID-19 cases, 8,754 Provisional CDC Deaths and 28,516 hospitalizations.


According to the weekly report, Oklahoma has seen an overall total of 1,127 cases of the Delta variant of COVID. Out of the 1,600,177 Oklahomans fully vaccinated, the state has seen around 2,514 breakthrough cases, 197 hospitalizations and 25 deaths.


Oklahoma ranks 24th out of all states and Washington D.C. in the total number of reported COVID-19 cases in the U.S., 8th in the cumulative incidence of per 100,000 persons of reported COVID-19 cases, 26th in total amount of COVID-19 deaths and 21st in cumulative death rate.


As for nursing home associated COVID-19 cases locally for Kay County, there’s been 222 cases, 195 recoveries and 26 deaths.


Click here to read the weekly report from OSDH.