ENID, Okla. — The average number of daily new COVID-19 cases in Garfield County rose considerably this past week but stayed under the threshold set to keep in-person classes at Enid Public Schools.

There were 47.7 new cases per day, on average, for 100,000 population, the week of Oct. 2 through Thursday in Garfield County, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health's alert map that measures the COVID-19 risk levels each week. The county, along with 70 of Oklahoma's 77 counties, remains in the orange, or moderate, risk for the virus, according to OSDH. Last week, Garfield County's daily average was 41.9.

Officials with Enid and Chisholm public schools have announced they will offer in-person classes for students as long as the daily average remains below 50 per 100,000 population.

There were six counties, including Woods County in Northwest Oklahoma, that were under yellow, or low, risk in the state, and one county, Noble, just east of Garfield, that was in the green, or "new normal," risk for COVID-19, with zero cases as a daily average, according to OSDH.

Statewide, however, the number of new cases neared record levels, with 1,524 on Friday, according to the OSDH. That is second only to the 1,714 cases gained July 21, according to Saxum, the public relations firm hired to represent the Health Department. Tuesday the state recorded what was then the third-highest daily gain at 1,364.

Six additional deaths also were reported by the OSDH on Friday, with one of those in the past 24 hours. None of the new deaths were in Northwest Oklahoma.

Garfield County gained 21 new COVID-19 cases Friday for a total of 1,992, with 361 of those active and 1,609 recovered, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Enid gained 17 for a total of 1,838, with 311 active and 1,505 recovered.

The state's 1.6% increase in cases Friday took the overall total of confirmed COVID-19 cases to 97,088, with 13,515 of those active, a single-day gain of 325, and 82,482, or just under 85%, having recovered, including 1,193 since Thursday's OSDH report. Overall, there have been 1,091 deaths in which the virus was the cause or a contributing factor since the pandemic reached Oklahoma in March, according to the OSDH.

Deaths reported Friday were three in the 65 and older age range, men in Grady, Muskogee and Tulsa counties; two in the 50-64 age group, a Canadian County man and Ottawa County woman; and one was in the 36-49 age group, a Payne County man.

Other Northwest Oklahoma county case increases on Friday were 17 in Woodward, nine in Kingfisher, five in Blaine, two each in Grant and Major and one in Alfalfa. Case increases in Northwest Oklahoma cities and towns included 11 in Fort Supply, seven in Woodward, four in Kingfisher, three in Medford, two each in Ames, Hennessey, Ringwood and Waukomis and one each in Burlington, Dover, Covington, Mulhall, Okeene, Pond Creek and Seiling.

White House report

Nationally, the state remains under the White House COVID-19 report's red zone, but the state made gains toward the last week of September and first of October, moving from 5th in the nation in terms of rate of COVID-19 cases to 10th. Oklahoma has the 5th-highest rate in the country for test positivity, according to the same report.

The state saw decreases in terms of new cases and test positivity over the week Sept. 26 through Oct. 2, according to the White House report.

Hospitalizations

There have been a cumulative 7,124 Oklahomans hospitalized who have tested positive for COVID-19, with a single-day increase of 102 on Friday. Of those, 749 were hospitalized, a single-day increase of nine, with 245 in intensive care, an increase of 31, as of OSDH’s Friday evening Executive Report.

With hospitalizations on the rise in the state, there are 132 of 1,037, or 13%, ICU beds available, with 94% reporting compliance among facilities, according to that same report.

Medical surgery bed availability was at 17%, PICU beds were at 21% and negative flow rooms were at 32%. There were 45 Oklahomans hospitalized who had tested positive for COVID-19 in the Northwest region of the state, according to the Executive Report.

Locally on Friday, St. Mary's Regional Medical Center had 11 inpatients who had tested positive for COVID-19 and the facility reported a death. Integris Bass Baptist Health Center had nine.

State numbers

OSDH reports 1,336,562 cumulative specimens have been tested for COVID-19 in the state this year, with 1,224,883, or 91.6% of those negative as of Friday. Those testing positive represent 2.45% of the state's population, listed at 3,956,971 in 2019, according to census.gov.

There have been 50,656 Oklahoma women and 46,365 men who have tested positive for COVID-19 as of the OSDH report Friday morning. There were 67 listed as unknown gender.

The 18-35 age group, with 478 new cases confirmed Friday, made up 35.5% of cases in the state. Other new case gains were 317 in the 36-49 age group, 290 in the 50-64 age group, 246 in the 65 and older age group, 174 in the 5-17 age group and 21 in the 0-4 group.

Cumulative totals of confirmed cases as of Friday were 1,863 in the 0-4 age group, 9,318 in the 5-17 age group, 34,505 in the 18-35 age group, 20,648 in the 36-49 age group, 17,321 in the 50-64 age group and 13,421 in the 65 and older age group. There were 12 listed as unknown age. The average age of those who have tested positive for COVID-19 is 39.5. 

Of the overall 1,091 deaths in the state in which the virus was the cause or a contributor, 876 have been 65 and older and 167 have been ages 50-64, making up a combined 95.6% of the total. There have been 34 deaths in the 36-49 age group, 13 in the 18-35 age group and one in the 5-17 age group. More men, 607, than women, 484, have succumbed to the virus, according to OSDH on Friday. The average age of those who have died is 74.6.

OSDH reports 74.5% of those who have died have had a pre-existing condition. Of the deaths, 420, or 38.5%, have been long-term care or nursing home cases, according to OSDH. There have been 3,084 cases among long-term care residents and 1,748 cases among staff, according to Friday's Executive Report.

Data shows deaths in 68 of Oklahoma's 77 counties, with 200 in Oklahoma County; 176 in Tulsa County; 81 in Cleveland County; 53 in Rogers County; 41 in Washington County; 35 each in Creek and McCurtain counties; 26 each in Delaware, Muskogee and Wagoner counties; 22 in Garfield County; 21 each in Caddo and LeFlore counties; 20 in Pittsburg County; 18 in Canadian County; 15 in Kay; 13 each in Comanche and Osage counties; 12 each in Grady and Sequoyah counties; 11 each in Mayes and Pottawatomie counties; 10 each in Adair, Jackson, Lincoln and Texas counties; nine in Carter County; eight each in Beckham, Cherokee, Greer, McIntosh, Okmulgee, Ottawa and Payne counties; seven in McClain County; six in Seminole County; five each in Bryan, Garvin, Okfuskee, Pawnee, Stephens and Woodward counties; four each in Haskell, Hughes, Johnston and Nowata counties; three each in Cotton, Noble, Pontotoc and Pushmataha counties; two each in Choctaw, Kingfisher, Kiowa, Latimer, Logan, Major, Marshall, Murray and Tillman counties; and one each in Atoka, Blaine, Craig, Custer, Dewey, Grant, Harper, Love and Roger Mills counties.

Northwest Oklahoma

COVID-19 data per county released Friday by OSDH:

• Garfield with 1,992 cases, 1,609 recovered, 361 active and 22 deaths, all in Enid, reported Oct. 3Sept. 302524171211104Aug. 29272618151413, and 6July 28 and 23June 21 and April 10;

• Woodward with 1,159 cases, 1,060 recovered, 94 active and five deaths, one in Fort Supply reported Oct. 2, two in Woodward and one in Mooreland reported Sept. 26 and an inmate at William S. Key Correctional Center in Fort Supply reported Sept. 22;

• Kingfisher with 436 cases, 358 recovered, 76 active and two deaths, both in Hennessey, reported Sept. 1 and Aug. 27;

• Noble with 162 cases, 145 recovered, 14 active and three deaths, including a Billings man in the 65 and older age range;

• Blaine with 153 cases, 131 recovered, 21 active and one death, a Canton man, reported Aug. 28;

• Woods with 120 cases, 111 recovered and 18 active;

• Major with 113 cases, 93 recovered, 18 active and two deaths, one reported Oct. 3 and a woman in 18-35 age group in April;

• Alfalfa with 84 cases, 66 recovered and 18 active;

• Grant with 60 cases, 47 recovered, 12 active and one death, in Deer Creek, reported Sept. 29.

Cumulative COVID-19 cases by city or town in Northwest Oklahoma include 1,838 in Enid (311 active); Fort Supply 881 (43 active); 213 in Woodward (42 active); 175 in Hennessey (17 active); 160 in Kingfisher (36 active); 103 in Alva (six active); 58 in Watonga (five active); 52 in Helena (eight active); 51 in Fairview (six active); 46 in Okarche (seven active); 36 in Mooreland (five active); 32 in Garber (six active); 26 in Waukomis (12 active); 25 in Canton (two active); 24 in Dover, (six active); 23 each in Cashion (two active) and Okeene (five active); 21 each in Lahoma (eight active) and Medford (five active); 20 each in Cherokee (five active) and Ringwood (three active); 18 in Seiling (two active); 17 in Fairmont (seven active); 16 in Pond Creek (five active); 13 in Ames (six active); 12 in Longdale (three active); 11 in Billings; 10 each in Cleo Springs (three active), Covington (five active) and Lamont (one active); nine in Kremlin (two active); eight each in Meno and Waynoka (three active); seven in Orlando; six each in Hunter (three active), Nash and Mullhall (two active); five in Hitchcock (one active); four each in Burlington (three active), Drummond, Freedom, Goltry (two active), Jet, Marshall, Sharon (three active) and Wakita (one active); three in Hillsdale (one active); two in Deer Creek; and one in Carmen, according to data released by OSDH on Friday. Residents living in areas with under 100 in population or those with unknown addresses may be recorded as "other." 

In Enid, there have been 965 cases, with 813 recovered and 12 deaths from the 73701 ZIP code, primarily the eastern half of the city, and 866 cases, with 684 recovered and 10 deaths from 73703, or the western half, according to OSDH data on Friday. There also has been one recovered case in the 73705 ZIP code, which is listed as Vance Air Force Base at https://www.unitedstateszipcodes.org/.

Oklahoma per county 10.9.20

COVID-19 cases per county in Oklahoma as reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health Friday, Oct. 9, 2020. SOURCE: OSDH

COUNTY CASES DEATHS RECOVERED REPORTED
OKLAHOMA 19985 200 17338 2020-10-09
TULSA 18812 176 16620 2020-10-09
CLEVELAND 6819 81 5894 2020-10-09
CANADIAN 2764 18 2291 2020-10-09
PAYNE 2519 8 2242 2020-10-09
ROGERS 2083 53 1770 2020-10-09
MUSKOGEE 2055 26 1722 2020-10-09
GARFIELD 1992 22 1609 2020-10-09
COMANCHE 1863 13 1605 2020-10-09
POTTAWATOMIE 1703 11 1329 2020-10-09
TEXAS 1656 10 1521 2020-10-09
WAGONER 1629 26 1447 2020-10-09
MCCURTAIN 1388 35 1203 2020-10-09
LE FLORE 1357 21 1137 2020-10-09
CREEK 1325 35 1118 2020-10-09
GRADY 1309 12 1077 2020-10-09
CHEROKEE 1230 8 1026 2020-10-09
OSAGE 1206 13 909 2020-10-09
BRYAN 1168 5 947 2020-10-09
WOODWARD 1159 5 1060 2020-10-09
WASHINGTON 1090 41 952 2020-10-09
SEQUOYAH 1038 12 856 2020-10-09
PITTSBURG 1033 20 926 2020-10-09
MCCLAIN 1024 7 850 2020-10-09
OTTAWA 1003 8 859 2020-10-09
DELAWARE 965 26 719 2020-10-09
CADDO 939 21 748 2020-10-09
OKMULGEE 937 8 806 2020-10-09
JACKSON 913 10 768 2020-10-09
CUSTER 866 1 683 2020-10-09
MAYES 791 11 605 2020-10-09
KAY 734 15 594 2020-10-09
BECKHAM 686 8 400 2020-10-09
ADAIR 685 10 549 2020-10-09
CARTER 638 9 535 2020-10-09
LOGAN 615 2 482 2020-10-09
SEMINOLE 605 6 440 2020-10-09
LINCOLN 598 10 442 2020-10-09
CRAIG 560 1 491 2020-10-09
PONTOTOC 526 3 414 2020-10-09
STEPHENS 511 5 422 2020-10-09
GARVIN 462 5 366 2020-10-09
KINGFISHER 436 2 358 2020-10-09
MCINTOSH 385 8 311 2020-10-09
CHOCTAW 367 2 310 2020-10-09
ATOKA 355 1 297 2020-10-09
HASKELL 324 4 273 2020-10-09
HUGHES 317 4 279 2020-10-09
PAWNEE 278 5 247 2020-10-09
JOHNSTON 238 4 172 2020-10-09
LOVE 233 1 181 2020-10-09
PUSHMATAHA 217 3 167 2020-10-09
MARSHALL 209 2 176 2020-10-09
MURRAY 199 2 141 2020-10-09
OKFUSKEE 197 5 129 2020-10-09
NOWATA 173 4 140 2020-10-09
NOBLE 162 3 145 2020-10-09
LATIMER 161 2 132 2020-10-09
BLAINE 153 1 131 2020-10-09
TILLMAN 123 2 100 2020-10-09
GREER 121 8 96 2020-10-09
WOODS 120 0 111 2020-10-09
WASHITA 118 0 81 2020-10-09
MAJOR 113 2 93 2020-10-09
KIOWA 105 2 75 2020-10-09
ALFALFA 84 0 66 2020-10-09
COAL 76 0 67 2020-10-09
COTTON 76 3 61 2020-10-09
ROGER MILLS 75 1 48 2020-10-09
DEWEY 75 1 63 2020-10-09
BEAVER 71 0 57 2020-10-09
GRANT 60 1 47 2020-10-09
HARMON 57 0 43 2020-10-09
JEFFERSON 54 0 41 2020-10-09
HARPER 36 1 28 2020-10-09
33 0 6 2020-10-09
CIMARRON 31 0 26 2020-10-09
ELLIS 15 0 12 2020-10-09

Oklahoma per city 10.9.20

COVID-19 cases per city in Oklahoma as reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health Friday, Oct. 9, 2020. SOURCE: OSDH

CITY CASES DEATHS RECOVERED REPORTED
OKLAHOMA CITY 16005 170 13999 2020-10-09
TULSA 12509 124 11132 2020-10-09
NORMAN 3605 40 3164 2020-10-09
BROKEN ARROW 3522 35 3093 2020-10-09
EDMOND 3126 23 2643 2020-10-09
OTHER*** 2181 15 1872 2020-10-09
STILLWATER 2098 6 1868 2020-10-09
ENID 1838 22 1505 2020-10-09
YUKON 1376 6 1138 2020-10-09
GUYMON 1322 10 1209 2020-10-09
CLAREMORE 1234 49 1027 2020-10-09
MOORE 1187 15 1008 2020-10-09
LAWTON 1184 11 991 2020-10-09
OWASSO 972 3 834 2020-10-09
SHAWNEE 958 10 728 2020-10-09
TAHLEQUAH 916 4 749 2020-10-09
MUSKOGEE 905 19 678 2020-10-09
BARTLESVILLE 895 38 783 2020-10-09
FORT SUPPLY 881 2 836 2020-10-09
JENKS 864 5 797 2020-10-09
ALTUS 813 10 686 2020-10-09
MCALESTER 782 18 704 2020-10-09
BIXBY 754 5 651 2020-10-09
TAFT 746 2 733 2020-10-09
DURANT 729 2 604 2020-10-09
CHICKASHA 683 7 570 2020-10-09
MIAMI 604 6 513 2020-10-09
SAPULPA 588 12 496 2020-10-09
PONCA CITY 584 12 473 2020-10-09
SAND SPRINGS 565 5 460 2020-10-09
BROKEN BOW 563 22 494 2020-10-09
ARDMORE 529 7 444 2020-10-09
EL RENO 500 8 410 2020-10-09
VINITA 489 1 427 2020-10-09
MUSTANG 488 2 412 2020-10-09
HOMINY 472 2 280 2020-10-09
BETHANY 457 5 398 2020-10-09
STILWELL 453 8 351 2020-10-09
IDABEL 445 6 391 2020-10-09
CHOCTAW 441 3 360 2020-10-09
GLENPOOL 439 4 384 2020-10-09
ADA 429 1 338 2020-10-09
LEXINGTON 422 5 359 2020-10-09
BLANCHARD 417 1 319 2020-10-09
CLINTON 412 0 333 2020-10-09
SALLISAW 394 4 334 2020-10-09
COLLINSVILLE 390 1 338 2020-10-09
ELK CITY 385 3 266 2020-10-09
ANADARKO 383 6 319 2020-10-09
OKMULGEE 371 5 316 2020-10-09
GROVE 369 18 296 2020-10-09
WEATHERFORD 368 1 273 2020-10-09
MCLOUD 364 1 319 2020-10-09
POTEAU 360 5 277 2020-10-09
COWETA 357 13 315 2020-10-09
SKIATOOK 356 8 316 2020-10-09
GUTHRIE 354 0 251 2020-10-09
DUNCAN 331 3 278 2020-10-09
SEMINOLE 321 4 208 2020-10-09
PURCELL 304 3 261 2020-10-09
ATOKA 296 0 247 2020-10-09
SAYRE 277 5 123 2020-10-09
NEWCASTLE 275 3 226 2020-10-09
HENRYETTA 272 3 236 2020-10-09
TUTTLE 260 4 208 2020-10-09
HUGO 259 2 228 2020-10-09
WAGONER 258 6 221 2020-10-09
MULDROW 254 3 199 2020-10-09
TECUMSEH 251 0 182 2020-10-09
PRYOR CREEK 250 4 198 2020-10-09
NOBLE 238 3 199 2020-10-09
JAY 234 1 142 2020-10-09
CUSHING 233 2 210 2020-10-09
HEAVENER 229 6 206 2020-10-09
HOLDENVILLE 221 3 194 2020-10-09
PIEDMONT 215 2 176 2020-10-09
WOODWARD 213 2 169 2020-10-09
SPIRO 208 1 181 2020-10-09
BRISTOW 202 9 178 2020-10-09
WEWOKA 197 1 166 2020-10-09
MIDWEST CITY 193 7 167 2020-10-09
STIGLER 191 3 148 2020-10-09
HARRAH 191 1 148 2020-10-09
EUFAULA 190 5 149 2020-10-09
WARR ACRES 185 0 170 2020-10-09
CHECOTAH 178 3 152 2020-10-09
HENNESSEY 175 2 156 2020-10-09
PAULS VALLEY 172 1 147 2020-10-09
HINTON 169 0 143 2020-10-09
KINGFISHER 160 0 124 2020-10-09
LOCUST GROVE 159 0 128 2020-10-09
FORT GIBSON 157 4 111 2020-10-09
CHANDLER 155 9 118 2020-10-09
MARIETTA 153 0 114 2020-10-09
VIAN 152 3 133 2020-10-09
SPENCER 149 2 129 2020-10-09
CALERA 146 1 121 2020-10-09
CLEVELAND 145 3 134 2020-10-09
SALINA 139 1 92 2020-10-09
CATOOSA 139 2 127 2020-10-09
AFTON 138 1 115 2020-10-09
DEL CITY 131 0 110 2020-10-09
MOUNDS 130 3 113 2020-10-09
TISHOMINGO 130 3 95 2020-10-09
CHELSEA 128 1 113 2020-10-09
MADILL 128 1 116 2020-10-09
SULPHUR 127 2 86 2020-10-09
SPERRY 125 2 113 2020-10-09
INOLA 122 3 109 2020-10-09
MANNFORD 121 4 98 2020-10-09
WESTVILLE 119 2 103 2020-10-09
ROLAND 117 0 97 2020-10-09
HOOKER 117 0 111 2020-10-09
ANTLERS 114 3 79 2020-10-09
CHOUTEAU 112 6 87 2020-10-09
POCOLA 111 3 87 2020-10-09
NICHOLS HILLS 110 0 97 2020-10-09
MEEKER 108 0 60 2020-10-09
HASKELL 108 1 98 2020-10-09
NOWATA 106 3 85 2020-10-09
JONES 104 2 79 2020-10-09
DEWEY 104 1 92 2020-10-09
LINDSAY 103 2 87 2020-10-09
PRAGUE 103 0 80 2020-10-09
ALVA 103 0 97 2020-10-09
PERKINS 102 1 87 2020-10-09
COMMERCE 100 1 91 2020-10-09
FREDERICK 100 2 78 2020-10-09
OOLOGAH 100 0 80 2020-10-09
HOWE 98 0 85 2020-10-09
WISTER 98 1 88 2020-10-09
VALLIANT 98 3 83 2020-10-09
MANGUM 97 8 78 2020-10-09
HULBERT 96 2 85 2020-10-09
WRIGHT CITY 94 0 77 2020-10-09
TALIHINA 92 3 77 2020-10-09
MORRIS 92 0 79 2020-10-09
GORE 91 2 72 2020-10-09
OKEMAH 90 3 73 2020-10-09
WYANDOTTE 89 1 78 2020-10-09
WASHINGTON 88 0 78 2020-10-09
MARLOW 88 0 69 2020-10-09
BEGGS 87 0 82 2020-10-09
PAWHUSKA 85 0 56 2020-10-09
PAWNEE 84 1 68 2020-10-09
KANSAS 81 3 64 2020-10-09
COMANCHE 79 1 66 2020-10-09
HAWORTH 79 2 61 2020-10-09
KINGSTON 79 1 58 2020-10-09
WILBURTON 79 1 63 2020-10-09
TEXHOMA 76 0 72 2020-10-09
COLCORD 73 1 64 2020-10-09
KEOTA 72 0 67 2020-10-09
STROUD 71 0 60 2020-10-09
KELLYVILLE 70 2 60 2020-10-09
BARNSDALL 70 2 51 2020-10-09
ELGIN 68 1 49 2020-10-09
GOODWELL 68 0 65 2020-10-09
LUTHER 66 1 53 2020-10-09
PERRY 66 1 60 2020-10-09
FORT COBB 65 0 43 2020-10-09
FAIRLAND 63 0 53 2020-10-09
CACHE 63 0 50 2020-10-09
DAVIS 63 0 49 2020-10-09
HARTSHORNE 63 0 60 2020-10-09
KIEFER 61 0 53 2020-10-09
BINGER 60 9 44 2020-10-09
MEAD 60 1 45 2020-10-09
QUAPAW 60 0 52 2020-10-09
APACHE 59 1 45 2020-10-09
CARNEGIE 59 1 43 2020-10-09
WATONGA 58 0 53 2020-10-09
WALTERS 58 1 47 2020-10-09
CADDO 57 0 53 2020-10-09
COALGATE 57 0 50 2020-10-09
DRUMRIGHT 56 0 42 2020-10-09
NEWKIRK 56 1 42 2020-10-09
WYNNEWOOD 55 1 40 2020-10-09
ALEX 54 0 44 2020-10-09
BOKOSHE 54 0 51 2020-10-09
HOLLIS 54 0 40 2020-10-09
WETUMKA 53 0 49 2020-10-09
BLACKWELL 53 1 46 2020-10-09
PORTER 53 0 48 2020-10-09
HOBART 52 1 32 2020-10-09
CAMERON 52 0 39 2020-10-09
WATTS 52 0 41 2020-10-09
HELENA 52 0 44 2020-10-09
FAIRVIEW 51 0 45 2020-10-09
TALALA 51 0 41 2020-10-09
MAYSVILLE 49 2 39 2020-10-09
CRESCENT 47 1 42 2020-10-09
WARNER 47 0 33 2020-10-09
STRATFORD 47 0 29 2020-10-09
EARLSBORO 47 0 37 2020-10-09
OKARCHE 46 0 39 2020-10-09
YALE 46 0 36 2020-10-09
COLBERT 45 0 39 2020-10-09
LONE GROVE 45 1 32 2020-10-09
RED ROCK 45 1 41 2020-10-09
KONAWA 44 1 34 2020-10-09
QUINTON 42 0 40 2020-10-09
MINCO 42 0 33 2020-10-09
BOKCHITO 41 1 27 2020-10-09
TONKAWA 41 0 33 2020-10-09
HYDRO 40 0 29 2020-10-09
BLAIR 40 0 32 2020-10-09
FLETCHER 39 0 24 2020-10-09
CEMENT 38 0 32 2020-10-09
WAYNE 38 0 36 2020-10-09
ADAIR 38 0 27 2020-10-09
BOLEY 38 1 7 2020-10-09
BOSWELL 38 0 28 2020-10-09
ELMORE CITY 37 0 31 2020-10-09
WELLSTON 36 0 25 2020-10-09
MOORELAND 36 1 30 2020-10-09
PORUM 36 1 31 2020-10-09
FORT TOWSON 35 0 28 2020-10-09
BIG CABIN 35 1 30 2020-10-09
WELCH 35 0 31 2020-10-09
ARCADIA 35 0 32 2020-10-09
MCCURTAIN 35 1 33 2020-10-09
WILSON 35 0 32 2020-10-09
NINNEKAH 35 0 33 2020-10-09
WEBBERS FALLS 34 0 26 2020-10-09
TYRONE 34 0 31 2020-10-09
PADEN 34 0 24 2020-10-09
OCHELATA 34 1 27 2020-10-09
CYRIL 32 1 20 2020-10-09
DEWAR 32 0 24 2020-10-09
STONEWALL 32 1 26 2020-10-09
CHEYENNE 32 1 18 2020-10-09
HAMMON 32 0 26 2020-10-09
THOMAS 32 0 32 2020-10-09
GARBER 32 0 26 2020-10-09
FAIRFAX 31 0 30 2020-10-09
MAUD 30 0 26 2020-10-09
RAMONA 30 1 29 2020-10-09
NEW CORDELL 29 0 22 2020-10-09
WAUKOMIS 28 0 16 2020-10-09
ALLEN 28 1 19 2020-10-09
DELAWARE 28 1 24 2020-10-09
SHADY POINT 28 0 23 2020-10-09
LEEDEY 28 1 25 2020-10-09
GRACEMONT 28 1 23 2020-10-09
GLENCOE 27 0 24 2020-10-09
KREBS 27 1 21 2020-10-09
BOISE CITY 26 0 24 2020-10-09
COPAN 26 0 23 2020-10-09
GERONIMO 26 0 23 2020-10-09
PAOLI 26 0 21 2020-10-09
BEAVER 26 0 19 2020-10-09
SPAVINAW 26 0 15 2020-10-09
CLAYTON 26 0 23 2020-10-09
CANTON 25 1 22 2020-10-09
GEARY 25 0 24 2020-10-09
BENNINGTON 25 0 15 2020-10-09
OKTAHA 25 0 19 2020-10-09
DAVENPORT 25 0 10 2020-10-09
VERDEN 24 0 19 2020-10-09
OLUSTEE 24 0 20 2020-10-09
RED OAK 24 0 21 2020-10-09
PANAMA 24 1 19 2020-10-09
GARVIN 24 0 24 2020-10-09
DOVER 24 0 18 2020-10-09
GANS 24 0 18 2020-10-09
WELEETKA 24 1 16 2020-10-09
DEPEW 24 1 22 2020-10-09
OKEENE 23 0 18 2020-10-09
JENNINGS 23 1 18 2020-10-09
ARAPAHO 23 0 18 2020-10-09
RUSH SPRINGS 23 0 19 2020-10-09
WANETTE 23 0 19 2020-10-09
CASHION 23 0 21 2020-10-09
BLUEJACKET 23 0 17 2020-10-09
CARNEY 22 0 22 2020-10-09
ARKOMA 22 0 20 2020-10-09
CALUMET 22 0 10 2020-10-09
MILBURN 22 1 15 2020-10-09
MORRISON 22 0 18 2020-10-09
INDIAHOMA 22 0 19 2020-10-09
MEDFORD 21 0 16 2020-10-09
LAHOMA 21 0 13 2020-10-09
WAURIKA 21 0 15 2020-10-09
ASHER 21 0 20 2020-10-09
GRANITE 21 0 16 2020-10-09
KIOWA 20 1 16 2020-10-09
RINGLING 20 0 16 2020-10-09
RINGWOOD 20 0 17 2020-10-09
CHEROKEE 20 0 15 2020-10-09
LOOKEBA 20 2 15 2020-10-09
BUFFALO 20 1 14 2020-10-09
BURNS FLAT 20 0 14 2020-10-09
AMBER 19 0 15 2020-10-09
ROFF 19 0 14 2020-10-09
OAKS 19 1 9 2020-10-09
KAW CITY 19 1 12 2020-10-09
SASAKWA 19 0 15 2020-10-09
CANUTE 19 0 7 2020-10-09
ACHILLE 19 0 17 2020-10-09
TERLTON 19 0 18 2020-10-09
MANNSVILLE 18 0 10 2020-10-09
LANGLEY 18 0 14 2020-10-09
OILTON 18 1 11 2020-10-09
SEILING 18 0 16 2020-10-09
HAILEYVILLE 18 0 17 2020-10-09
SOPER 18 0 10 2020-10-09
OPTIMA 17 0 16 2020-10-09
RATTAN 17 0 12 2020-10-09
UNION CITY 17 0 13 2020-10-09
FAIRMONT 17 0 10 2020-10-09
CANEY 16 0 14 2020-10-09
TEMPLE 16 2 12 2020-10-09
POND CREEK 16 0 11 2020-10-09
AGRA 16 1 14 2020-10-09
SENTINEL 16 0 10 2020-10-09
CANADIAN 16 0 14 2020-10-09
POCASSET 15 0 11 2020-10-09
LAVERNE 15 0 14 2020-10-09
HANNA 15 0 5 2020-10-09
SNYDER 15 0 12 2020-10-09
THACKERVILLE 14 0 13 2020-10-09
SAVANNA 14 0 13 2020-10-09
RIPLEY 14 0 13 2020-10-09
CORN 14 0 12 2020-10-09
SPRINGER 14 1 13 2020-10-09
KETCHUM 14 0 13 2020-10-09
MOUNTAIN VIEW 14 1 10 2020-10-09
RAVIA 14 0 12 2020-10-09
KINTA 14 0 11 2020-10-09
ERICK 13 0 7 2020-10-09
VELMA 13 1 10 2020-10-09
LANGSTON 13 0 13 2020-10-09
MARBLE CITY 13 0 8 2020-10-09
TIPTON 13 0 13 2020-10-09
AMES 13 0 7 2020-10-09
LEHIGH 13 0 11 2020-10-09
RYAN 13 0 10 2020-10-09
STUART 13 0 11 2020-10-09
LENAPAH 12 0 6 2020-10-09
KENEFIC 12 0 10 2020-10-09
LONGDALE 12 0 9 2020-10-09
CROWDER 12 0 11 2020-10-09
MILL CREEK 12 0 7 2020-10-09
WHITEFIELD 11 0 10 2020-10-09
BILLINGS 11 1 10 2020-10-09
BRAGGS 11 0 11 2020-10-09
HARDESTY 11 0 9 2020-10-09
DISNEY 11 0 8 2020-10-09
SCHULTER 11 0 9 2020-10-09
COUNCIL HILL 10 0 9 2020-10-09
CLEO SPRINGS 10 0 7 2020-10-09
LAMONT 10 0 9 2020-10-09
BUTLER 10 0 10 2020-10-09
HEALDTON 10 0 7 2020-10-09
OSAGE 10 0 10 2020-10-09
VICI 10 0 8 2020-10-09
BRADLEY 10 0 10 2020-10-09
NORTH MIAMI 10 0 10 2020-10-09
FOSS 10 0 6 2020-10-09
COVINGTON 10 0 5 2020-10-09
KREMLIN 9 0 7 2020-10-09
DILL CITY 9 0 9 2020-10-09
TRYON 9 0 9 2020-10-09
COYLE 9 0 9 2020-10-09
STRINGTOWN 9 1 6 2020-10-09
SAWYER 9 0 6 2020-10-09
MENO 8 0 8 2020-10-09
WAYNOKA 8 0 5 2020-10-09
WANN 8 0 8 2020-10-09
CASTLE 8 0 6 2020-10-09
AVANT 8 0 7 2020-10-09
CALVIN 8 0 7 2020-10-09
DIBBLE 8 0 8 2020-10-09
PRUE 8 0 8 2020-10-09
SPARKS 8 0 7 2020-10-09
DUSTIN 8 0 5 2020-10-09
ELDORADO 8 0 7 2020-10-09
ORLANDO 7 0 7 2020-10-09
REYDON 7 0 2 2020-10-09
PITTSBURG 7 0 5 2020-10-09
OKAY 7 0 3 2020-10-09
ROOSEVELT 7 0 7 2020-10-09
SHATTUCK 7 0 5 2020-10-09
FARGO 7 0 6 2020-10-09
BURBANK 7 0 6 2020-10-09
ALDERSON 7 0 4 2020-10-09
RATLIFF CITY 7 0 7 2020-10-09
BOYNTON 7 0 7 2020-10-09
NASH 6 0 6 2020-10-09
GRANDFIELD 6 0 6 2020-10-09
WAPANUCKA 6 0 4 2020-10-09
INDIANOLA 6 0 4 2020-10-09
SHIDLER 6 0 5 2020-10-09
BERNICE 6 0 6 2020-10-09
MULHALL 6 0 4 2020-10-09
HUNTER 6 0 3 2020-10-09
FORGAN 5 0 4 2020-10-09
GOULD 5 0 4 2020-10-09
HITCHCOCK 5 0 4 2020-10-09
ALBION 5 0 5 2020-10-09
CUSTER CITY 5 0 4 2020-10-09
BOWLEGS 5 0 4 2020-10-09
BYARS 5 0 2 2020-10-09
FOYIL 5 0 2 2020-10-09
MILLERTON 5 0 5 2020-10-09
DRUMMOND 4 0 4 2020-10-09
FREEDOM 4 0 4 2020-10-09
FITZHUGH 4 0 2 2020-10-09
GOLTRY 4 0 2 2020-10-09
JET 4 0 4 2020-10-09
WYNONA 4 0 4 2020-10-09
SHARON 4 0 1 2020-10-09
CHATTANOOGA 4 0 3 2020-10-09
MARTHA 4 0 2 2020-10-09
MOUNTAIN PARK 4 0 4 2020-10-09
CARTER 4 0 2 2020-10-09
LONE WOLF 4 0 4 2020-10-09
BESSIE 4 0 4 2020-10-09
FOSTER 4 0 3 2020-10-09
GOLDSBY 4 0 4 2020-10-09
WAKITA 4 0 3 2020-10-09
MARLAND 4 0 4 2020-10-09
LAMAR 4 0 4 2020-10-09
MARSHALL 4 0 4 2020-10-09
BURLINGTON 4 0 1 2020-10-09
HILLSDALE 3 0 2 2020-10-09
SLICK 3 0 3 2020-10-09
FRANCIS 3 0 3 2020-10-09
THE VILLAGE 3 0 3 2020-10-09
VERA 3 0 1 2020-10-09
RALSTON 3 0 3 2020-10-09
REDBIRD 3 0 1 2020-10-09
STERLING 3 0 3 2020-10-09
TUPELO 3 0 3 2020-10-09
HASTINGS 3 0 2 2020-10-09
SOUTH COFFEYVILLE 3 0 3 2020-10-09
BYNG 2 0 1 2020-10-09
FAXON 2 0 0 2020-10-09
HALLETT 2 0 2 2020-10-09
PEORIA 2 0 1 2020-10-09
CAMARGO 2 0 2 2020-10-09
DEER CREEK 2 1 1 2020-10-09
GOTEBO 2 0 1 2020-10-09
EAKLY 2 0 2 2020-10-09
ARNETT 2 0 2 2020-10-09
RANDLETT 2 0 1 2020-10-09
TULLAHASSEE 1 0 0 2020-10-09
MOFFETT 1 0 1 2020-10-09
LOCO 1 0 1 2020-10-09
SLAUGHTERVILLE 1 0 1 2020-10-09
VERDIGRIS 1 0 1 2020-10-09
TALOGA 1 0 1 2020-10-09
WILLOW 1 0 0 2020-10-09
CARMEN 1 0 1 2020-10-09
CROMWELL 1 0 1 2020-10-09
PINK 1 0 1 2020-10-09
KEMP 1 0 1 2020-10-09
ROCK ISLAND 1 0 0 2020-10-09
DAVIDSON 1 0 0 2020-10-09
GENE AUTRY 1 0 1 2020-10-09
ROCKY 1 0 1 2020-10-09
MEDICINE PARK 1 0 1 2020-10-09
RENTIESVILLE 1 0 1 2020-10-09
GAGE 1 0 1 2020-10-09
BLACKBURN 1 0 1 2020-10-09
COLONY 1 0 1 2020-10-09
KEYES 1 0 1 2020-10-09
BRIDGE CREEK 1 0 1 2020-10-09
FOREST PARK 1 0 1 2020-10-09
DOUGHERTY 1 0 0 2020-10-09
NICOMA PARK 1 0 1 2020-10-09
BROMIDE 1 0 0 2020-10-09

Long-term care cases

Long-term care facilities that saw increases on the Friday evening Executive Report by the OSDH included The Living Center, which gained five, and The Commons, which gained one, in Enid.

Long-term care or nursing home COVID-19 cases listed by OSDH in Garfield County include 27 cases with 21 recovered and five deaths at Golden Oaks Village; 18 cases with 16 recovered and one death at Kenwood Manor; 19 cases with eight recovered and one death at The Living Center; six cases with five recovered at The Arbors Assisted Living Center; five recovered cases at Greenbrier Nursing Home and one recovered case at Greenbrier Village Residential Living; 26 cases with 10 recovered at The Commons; two recovered cases at Enid Senior Care; and one recovered case at Garland Road Nursing and Rehab Center, according to OSDH data released Friday evening.

COVID-19 cases in area long-term care facilities include three cases with two recovered at Summers HealthCare in Blaine County; one recovered case at Community Health Center in Grant County; one recovered case at Billings Fairchild Center in Noble County; three recovered cases each at First Shamrock Care Center, two recovered cases at Countrywood Assisted Living and Memory Care and 73 cases with 71 recovered and two deaths at Hennessey Nursing & Rehab, in Kingfisher County; two recovered cases at Fairview Fellowship Home for Senior Citizens in Major County; two recovered cases each at Beadles Nursing Home and Share Medical Center in Woods County; 21 cases with 20 recovered at Mooreland Heritage Manor and 31 cases with 27 recovered and two deaths at Woodward Skilled Nursing and Therapy in Woodward County; and five recovered cases at Center of Family Love in Okarche, just south of the Kingfisher County line, in Canadian County, according to OSDH.

COVID-19 testing

State Health Department officials are encouraging Oklahomans to get tested for COVID-19, saying recently that due to adequate supplies, residents no longer need to exhibit symptoms or report exposure to someone with the virus to get in line for testing.

Free testing for COVID-19 is ongoing at the Garfield County and other state Health Departments. Testing is by appointment only for Blaine County, 521 W. 4th, Watonga, (580) 623-7977; Garfield County, 2501 S. Mercer, Enid, (580) 233-0650; Grant County, 115 N. Main, Medford, (580) 395-2906; Kingfisher County, 124 E. Sheridan, courthouse annex room #101, Kingfisher, (405) 375-3008; Major County, 501 E. Broadway, Fairview, (580) 227-3362; Noble County, 300 Fir St., Perry, (580) 336-2257; Woods County, 511 Barnes St., Alva, (580) 327-3192; and Woodward County, 1631 Texas Ave., Woodward, (580) 256-6416. For a full list of county drive-through testing, go to https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/drive-thru-testing. Some health department also advise the public to check their Facebook pages for more information regarding testing.

COVID-19 signs

Emergency warning signs for COVID-19 are trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse, bluish lips or face, according to the CDC. More information can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html.

Those with symptoms of COVID-19 should call ahead to local emergency rooms. Those with minor symptoms should contact their regular physicians.

Resources and information on COVID-19 can be obtained by calling 211 or going to https://covidresources.ok.gov/.


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