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OSDH reporting 819 new COVID-19 cases Monday


The Oklahoma State Department of Health released a situation update for Monday, July 26 stating that 819 new COVID-19 cases have been reported.

Oklahoma has seen an overall total of 474,845 COVID-19 cases and 8,706 provisional deaths. There are currently 9,130 active COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma. The new cases 7-day average is 1,159.

Out of the eight regions across Oklahoma, Region 2 in the northeast part of the state has seen a recent 3-day average of 50 hospitalizations and 12 in ICU. Region 2 includes Kay, Noble, Osage, Pawnee and Payne counties.

Click here to see the latest Situation Update.

Latest data shows Kay County has seen 5,405 COVID-19 cases, 128 deaths and 5,233 recoveries. Therefor, Kay County has 44 active COVID-19 cases.

Data for Kay County communities is posted below:


PONCA CITY – 3,955 COVID-19 cases/84 deaths/3,836 recoveries

BLACKWELL – 692 COVID-19 cases/28 deaths/661 recoveries

NEWKIRK – 453 COVID-19 cases/6 deaths/443 recoveries

TONKAWA – 378 COVID-19 cases/15 deaths/362 recoveries

KAW CITY – 65 COVID-19 cases/3 deaths/61 recoveries

BRAMAN – 25 COVID-19 cases/1 death/24 recoveries



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


PAYNE – 8,816 COVID-19 cases/76 deaths/8,684 recoveries

GARFIELD – 7,877 COVID-19 cases/139 deaths/7,720 recoveries

OSAGE – 4,915 COVID-19 cases/82 deaths/4,761 recoveries

PAWNEE – 1,837 COVID-19 cases/53 deaths/1,754 recoveries

NOBLE – 1,399 COVID-19 cases/20 deaths/1,367 recoveries

GRANT – 555 COVID-19 cases/7 deaths/545 recoveries


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Locally, 29.45% of Kay County residents are fully vaccinated at a total of 13,217 individuals. Grant County’s fully vaccination rate is 30.15%, Osage is 21.81% and Noble is 43.07%. You can see data by clicking here.

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.”