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Over 1,000 new COVID-19 cases reported across Oklahoma over the weekend


The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 1,760 new positive COVID-19 cases since Friday. As of Sunday, there have been up to 58,020 confirmed cases, and 8,288 cases are active.

There have been 13 virus-related deaths reported over the weekend. No further data is known about the two deaths for Sunday. Oklahoma’s death toll is at 799. One of the deaths over the weekend was in Garfield County.

Kay County has nine new COVID-19 cases since Friday to put the total to 309 cases, 12 deaths and 261 recoveries.

For new cases in surrounding counties, there are 98 for Payne County, 65 for Garfield County, 24 for Washington County, 22 for Osage County, 11 for Logan County, seven for Pawnee County, three for Noble County and one for Grant County.

OSDH is reporting 1,171 new recoveries over the weekend, putting Oklahoma’s recovery total to 48,933. 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.

Officials also report that as of Friday, 799,520 test results have returned negative. There have been 4,719 total hospitalizations as 570 people are currently hospitalized.

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Payne County – 1,145 cases/5 deaths/834 recoveries

Garfield County – 960 cases/12 deaths/625 recoveries

Washington County – 790 cases/39 deaths/676 recoveries

Osage County – 636 cases/12 deaths/561 recoveries

Kay County – 309 cases/12 deaths/261 recoveries

Logan County – 292 cases/1 death/239 recoveries

Pawnee County – 217 cases/3 deaths/178 recoveries

Noble County – 104 cases/2 deaths/87 recoveries

Grant County – 24 cases/no deaths/20 recoveries