Oklahoma reports 49 additional COVID-19 deaths, more than 700 new positive cases

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Oklahoma reports 49 additional COVID-19 deaths, more than 700 new positive cases


The Oklahoma Department of Health reported 706 new COVID-19 cases across the state on Sunday, bringing the total cumulative number of positive cases for the state to 424,508. According to the Ministry of Health, 736 is the seven-day moving average on Sunday New cases have been reported. Forty-nine more deaths were reported on Sunday. The dates of deaths range from September 6, 2020 to February 26, 2021, the Oklahoma Department of Health said in a press release updating the situation. Fourteen of the newly reported deaths occurred since Feb. 1, according to the Department’s Health. Health officials also said 18 of the newly reported deaths have occurred since Jan. 1. Here’s what we know about the newly reported deaths: One in Canadian County, a man age 65 or older. One in Carter County, a woman 65 or older. One in Cherokee County, a man aged 65 or older. Three in Cleveland County, one woman in the 36-49 age group, two men in the 50-64 age group. One in Delaware County, a man in the age group 65 or older. Two in Garvin County, one woman in the age group 36-49, one woman in the age group 65 or older. One in Grady County, one woman in age group 65 or older. Two in Kay County, one man in age group 18-35, one man in age group 65 or older. One in Kingfisher County, a woman aged 65 or older. One in Major County, a man in the age group age 65 or older. Two in McClain County, two women aged 65 or older. Two in McIntosh County, one woman in the age group 65 or older, one man in the age group 65 or older older age group. Two in Muskogee County, one woman 65 or older, one man 65 or older. Ten in Oklahoma County, two women in the age group 36-49, four women in the age group 65 or 65 older age group, one man in the age group 36-49, three men in the age group 65 or older. One in Pawnee County, a man in the age group 50-64. One in Payne County, a woman in the 65 or older age group. Two in Rogers County, one woman 65 or older, one man 65 or older. One in Seminole County, a man in the age group 50-64. Two in Sequoyah County, two women age 65 or older. Eight in Tulsa County, three women in the age group 65 or older, one man in the age group 50-64, four men in the age group 65 or older. One in Wagoner County, one female, age 65 or older. Three in Washington County, two women age 65 or older, one man age 65 or older. There have been 4.42 8 coronavirus deaths across the state, according to the health department. Contact the Oklahoma Department of Health for information. Officials also reported that 407,312 Oklahomans have recovered from the virus. As defined by the Oklahoma Health Department, a recovered patient is currently out of hospital or has passed away and it was 14 days from start / report. There are currently 12,768 active COVID-19 cases nationwide. According to official figures, there were a total of 3,084,829 health officials negative specimens as of Friday. Officials said that there too have been 23,985 total hospitalizations.According to Oklahoma’s Executive Order report that was released Friday evening, 528 people are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19, with 164 in the intensive care unit.Authorities not updated hospitalization numbers .W2lmcmFtZSBzcmM9Imh0dHBzOi8vZDJjbXZicTdzeHgzM2ouY2xvdWRmcm9udC5uZXQvZW1haWwvcHJvZF9jb3JvbmF2aXJ1c19pZnJhbWVfYXJ0aWNsZS5odG1sIiBoZWlnaHQ9IjQxNCIgc3R5bGU9IndpZHRoOjEwMCU7Ym9yZGVyOm5vbmU7b3ZlcmZsb3c6aGlkZGVuIiBzY3JvbGxpbmc9Im5vIiBmcmFtZWJvcmRlcj0iMCIgYWxsb3dUcmFuc3BhcmVuY3k9InRydWUiXVsvaWZyYW1lXQ have released ==

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The Oklahoma Department of Health reported 706 new COVID-19 cases across the state on Sunday, bringing the total number of positive cases in the state to 424,508.

According to the Ministry of Health, 736 is the seven-day moving average on Sunday for the number of newly reported cases.

Forty-nine more deaths were reported on Sunday. The dates of deaths range from September 6, 2020 to February 26, 2021, the Oklahoma Department of Health said in a press release updating the situation.

According to the Ministry of Health, 14 of the newly reported deaths have occurred since February 1. Health officials also said 18 of the newly reported deaths have occurred since Jan. 1.

Here’s what we know about the newly reported deaths:

  • One in Canadian County, a man aged 65 or older.
  • One in Carter County, a woman 65 or older.
  • One in Cherokee County, a man aged 65 or older.
  • Three in Cleveland County, one woman in the 36-49 age group, two men in the 50-64 age group.
  • One in Delaware County, a man in the age group 65 or older.
  • Two in Garvin County, one woman in the age group 36-49, one woman in the age group 65 or older.
  • One in Grady County, a woman aged 65 or older.
  • Two in Kay County, one man in the age group 18-35, one man in the age group 65 or older.
  • One in Kingfisher County, a woman aged 65 or older.
  • One in Major County, a man 65 or older.
  • Two in McClain County, two women aged 65 or older.
  • Two in McIntosh County, one woman 65 or older, one man 65 or older.
  • Two in Muskogee County, one woman 65 or older, one man 65 or older.
  • Ten in Oklahoma County, two women in the age group 36-49, four women in the age group 65 or older, one man in the age group 36-49, three men in the age group 65 or older.
  • One in Pawnee County, a man in the age group 50-64.
  • One in Payne County, a woman aged 65 or older.
  • Two in Rogers County, one woman 65 or older, one man 65 or older.
  • One in Seminole County, a man in the 50-64 age group.
  • Two in Sequoyah County, two women age 65 or older.
  • Eight in Tulsa County, three women in the age group 65 or older, one man in the age group 50-64, four men in the age group 65 or older.
  • One in Wagoner County, a woman 65 or older.
  • Three in Washington County, two women age 65 or older, one man age 65 or older.
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According to the health ministry, there have been 4,428 coronavirus deaths nationwide.

Check with the Oklahoma Department of Health for information.

Officials also reported that 407,312 Oklahomans have recovered from the virus. As defined by the Oklahoma Health Department, a recovered patient is currently out of hospital or has passed away, and this was 14 days from start / report.

There are currently 12,768 active COVID-19 cases nationwide.

Health officials reported that there were a total of 3,084,829 negative samples as of Friday. Officials also said there have been a total of 23,985 hospital stays.

According to Oklahoma Executive Order Report That was published on Friday evening. There are currently 528 people in hospital due to COVID-19 and 164 in intensive care.

Authorities have not released updated hospital numbers.

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