covid daily 12.2.20

The number of all-time COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma went over the 200,000 mark, and 54 more deaths associated with the virus were reported across the state on Wednesday, according to Oklahoma State Department of Health.

None of the deaths, which occurred between Oct. 24 and Nov. 30, were in Northwest Oklahoma, according to OSDH.

However, OSDH now shows Alfalfa County with a death, even though one for that county was not included on the department’s release. OSDH shows the death from Helena, and the Department of Corrections website now is reporting a death on Nov. 23 that possibly was related to COVID-19 from James Crabtree Correctional Center, in Helena.

Of the deaths in the state that were reported Wednesday, 37 occurred since Nov. 26, with 47 in the 65 and older group, six in the 50-64 group and one in the 18-35, according to OSDH. Health Department officials did not say why there was a delay in reporting some of the deaths.

State Commissioner of Health Dr. Lance Frye said Wednesday’s update was one he hoped he wouldn’t have to report.

“Today we reported more than 50 Oklahomans have lost their lives because of this virus,” he said in a release early Wednesday afternoon. “Every one of these lives is important and valued. Also, nearly 3,000 Oklahomans were infected and are now fighting their own battles with COVID-19. While these numbers never represent a pure one-day increase — as reports of deaths and cases are staggered over multiple days — the case and death growth is still concerning.”

There were 2,859 new cases reported by the OSDH on Wednesday, taking the overall total to 202,341 COVID-19 positives since the first case was confirmed in Oklahoma March 6, 2020.

Cases considered recovered still outgained the new cases, however, as active cases fell by 694 and under the 30,000 mark to 29,624, according to OSDH data. Those considered recovered rose to 170,905, with 3,499 since Tuesday. OSDH considers recovered as “currently not hospitalized or deceased and 14 days after onset/report,” according to the OSDH website.

Garfield County gained 47 new cases Wednesday for a total of 4,077 with 657 active, a decrease of 21, and 3,383 recovered, according to OSDH. Of those, 3,696 have been in Enid, with 593 active, down from 609 on Tuesday.

Frye said the OSDH anticipates a rise in cases in the state because of Thanksgiving, “both because of family gatherings and facility reporting delays.”

“However, this increase in our infection rate is alarming and should serve as a continued reminder that we must stay vigilant as we head into another holiday season,” he said. “Following the 3 W’s — wearing a mask, washing your hands and watching your distance — is a choice. However today, more than ever before, I ask you to consider these guidelines as your responsibility. I ask you to act to protect your family and loved ones.

“We must remember that each count, each case and each infection is a life. These Oklahomans, and the others who passed before them, were our neighbors and loved ones.”

He also encouraged Oklahomans who think they may have been exposed to get tested, which is available free of charge at more than 150 statewide testing sites, including the Garfield County and area health department, and to quarantine while waiting for test results.

“We will continue to monitor hospital capacity, working with hospitals across the state to ensure they have the resources needed to give quality care to all Oklahomans,” Frye said.

Cumulative COVID-19-positive hospitalizations in Oklahoma climbed by 285 to 12,578, OSDH reported Wednesday morning. OSDH appeared to be working on its Executive Report site, and current hospitalization numbers were not available Wednesday evening.

In Enid Wednesday, St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center reported 23 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, and Integris Bass Baptist Health Center had 17. OSDH reported Tuesday evening there were 77 COVID-19 cases in hospitals across the northwest region.

Northwest Oklahoma county case increases on Wednesday also included 17 each in Kingfisher and Woods, 14 in Woodward, 12 in Alfalfa, 10 in Major, nine in Noble and five in Alfalfa, according to OSDH.

State update

There have been 1,812 Oklahoman deaths in which the virus was the cause or a contributing factor, the OSDH reported.

Deaths reported Wednesday in the 65 and older age group were eight women and six men from Oklahoma County; four men and three women from Tulsa County; three men and one woman from Bryan County; two men and two women from Canadian County; one man and one woman from Pontotoc County; women from Caddo, Cleveland, Comanche, Hughes, Murray, Ottawa, Pawnee, Stephens and Tillman counties; and men from Cherokee, Cotton, Creek, Marshall, Okmulgee, Seminole, and Wagoner counties. Deaths in the 50-64 age group were women in Haskell, Latimer, Ottawa, Tulsa and men in Oklahoma and Tulsa counties. The death of a Wagoner County man in the 18-35 age group also was reported.

There have been 106,309 Oklahoma women and 95,996 men who have tested positive for COVID-19, according to OSDH as of Wednesday. There were 36 designated as unknown gender.

Cumulative totals of OSDH-confirmed cases per age group were 3,652 in the 0-4 age group, 20,767 in the 5-17 age group, 66,611 in the 18-35 age group, 44,056 in the 36-49 age group, 38,177 in the 50-64 age group and 29,062 in the 65 and older age group. There were 16 listed as unknown age.

Of the overall 1,812 deaths in the state, 1,465 have been 65 and older and 274 have been ages 50-64, making up a combined 95.9% of the total. There have been 55 deaths in the 36-49 age group, 17 in the 18-35 age group and one in the 5-17 age group. More men, 1,022, than women, 790, have succumbed to the virus, according to OSDH on Wednesday.

Data shows deaths in 72 of Oklahoma’s 77 counties, with 311 in Oklahoma; 279 in Tulsa; 129 in Cleveland; 65 in Rogers; 52 in Creek; 47 in Washington; 45 in McCurtain; 39 in Delaware; 37 each in Garfield and Wagoner; 34 each in Canadian and Comanche; 33 each in Caddo and Muskogee; 32 in Jackson; 26 each in LeFlore and Lincoln; 25 in Kay; 24 in Ottawa; 23 each in Bryan, Grady and Pottawatomie; 22 in Okmulgee; 21 in Pittsburg; 19 each in Mayes, Payne and Stephens; 18 in Osage; 17 each in Beckham and McClain; 16 each in Custer and Garvin; 15 in Carter; 14 in Sequoyah; 13 each in Adair, McIntosh, Okfuskee and Pontotoc; 12 each in Seminole and Texas; 11 in Cherokee; nine in Pawnee; eight each in Greer and Hughes; seven each in Haskell and Woodward; six each in Kingfisher, Kiowa, Murray, Pushmataha and Tillman; five each in Grant, Johnston, Nowata and Roger Mills; four each in Choctaw, Cotton, Latimer, Marshall and Noble; three each in Craig, Logan and Major; two each in Beaver, Blaine, Coal, Harper, Jefferson and Washita; and one each in Alfalfa, Atoka, Dewey, Love and Woods.

DOC update

The number of inmates with COVID-19 fell to 58, with Department of Corrections employees at 178, across the state, according to the DOC website.

In Northwest Oklahoma, current inmate positives included six at James Crabtree Correctional Center, in Helena; one at Charles E “Bill” Johnson Correctional Center, in Alva; and none at Enid Community Corrections Center or William S. Key Correctional Center, in Fort Supply.

Inmates in isolation and quarantine included six and 896 at James Crabtree and one and 109 at Bill Johnson, according to the DOC website.

There have been 20 deaths at DOC facilities confirmed to be COVID-19-related, including two at William S. Key in Fort Supply, with 13 more possibly related to the virus, including the one at James Crabtree in Helena, according to the DOC website.

NW Oklahoma

COVID-19 data per other Northwest Oklahoma counties released Wednesday by OSDH:

• Woodward with 1,957 cases, 1,743 recovered, 207 active and seven deaths, four from Woodward, two William S. Key Correctional Center inmates in Fort Supply and one from Mooreland;

• Kingfisher with 932 cases, 814 recovered, 112 active and six deaths, three from Okarche, two from Hennessey and one from Kingfisher;

• Noble with 563 cases, 461 recovered, 98 active and four deaths, including a Billings man;

• Woods with 563 cases, 422 recovered, 140 active and one death from Alva;

• Major with 534 cases, 400 recovered, 131 active and three deaths, one in Fairview and two not listed by town;

• Blaine with 426 cases, 331 recovered, 93 active and two deaths, both from Canton;

• Alfalfa with 400 cases, 286 recovered and 113 active and one death from Helena;

• Grant with 214 cases, 186 recovered, 23 active and five deaths, two from Wakita and one each from Deer Creek, Lamont and Medford.

In Enid, there have been 1,759 cases, with 1,507 recovered and 23 deaths from the 73701 ZIP code, primarily the eastern half of the city, and 1,888 cases, with 1,526 recovered and 12 deaths from 73703, or the western half, according to OSDH data on Wednesday. There were 25 cases with 16 recovered in the 73705 ZIP code, which is listed as Vance Air Force Base at https://www.unitedstateszip codes.org/.

There have been 37 deaths in Garfield County, with 35 from Enid and three from Lahoma. The discrepancy between county and city totals pre-dated the Lahoma deaths and most likely falls in the Enid count, as county numbers, more widely shared, are accurate, according to OSDH public relations firm Saxum.

Oklahoma per county 12.2.20

COVID-19 cases per county in Oklahoma as reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020. SOURCE: OSDH

COUNTY CASES DEATHS RECOVERED REPORTED
OKLAHOMA 41494 311 34351 2020-12-02
TULSA 34288 279 29373 2020-12-02
CLEVELAND 13287 129 11283 2020-12-02
CANADIAN 7258 34 6211 2020-12-02
COMANCHE 4989 34 4067 2020-12-02
MUSKOGEE 4369 33 3669 2020-12-02
PAYNE 4326 19 3878 2020-12-02
ROGERS 4218 65 3598 2020-12-02
GARFIELD 4077 37 3383 2020-12-02
POTTAWATOMIE 3721 23 3087 2020-12-02
WAGONER 2904 37 2553 2020-12-02
BRYAN 2880 23 2488 2020-12-02
GRADY 2803 23 2376 2020-12-02
CREEK 2755 52 2316 2020-12-02
MCCLAIN 2531 17 2153 2020-12-02
LE FLORE 2505 26 2252 2020-12-02
TEXAS 2446 12 2224 2020-12-02
CHEROKEE 2375 11 1930 2020-12-02
MCCURTAIN 2330 45 2069 2020-12-02
WASHINGTON 2101 47 1810 2020-12-02
CUSTER 2083 16 1725 2020-12-02
PONTOTOC 2065 13 1669 2020-12-02
OSAGE 2057 18 1825 2020-12-02
CADDO 1994 33 1584 2020-12-02
DELAWARE 1966 39 1698 2020-12-02
WOODWARD 1957 7 1743 2020-12-02
PITTSBURG 1946 21 1739 2020-12-02
KAY 1944 25 1586 2020-12-02
JACKSON 1938 32 1655 2020-12-02
OKMULGEE 1855 22 1594 2020-12-02
SEQUOYAH 1837 14 1651 2020-12-02
STEPHENS 1795 19 1397 2020-12-02
OTTAWA 1790 24 1583 2020-12-02
CARTER 1778 15 1416 2020-12-02
MAYES 1662 19 1382 2020-12-02
GARVIN 1636 16 1415 2020-12-02
LOGAN 1603 3 1265 2020-12-02
BECKHAM 1415 17 1201 2020-12-02
LINCOLN 1397 26 1176 2020-12-02
SEMINOLE 1280 12 1100 2020-12-02
ADAIR 1251 13 1036 2020-12-02
OKFUSKEE 1059 13 856 2020-12-02
CRAIG 964 3 834 2020-12-02
KINGFISHER 932 6 814 2020-12-02
ATOKA 885 1 781 2020-12-02
MCINTOSH 847 13 732 2020-12-02
MARSHALL 787 4 665 2020-12-02
CHOCTAW 727 4 633 2020-12-02
MURRAY 672 6 545 2020-12-02
HASKELL 653 7 587 2020-12-02
LOVE 618 1 526 2020-12-02
HUGHES 611 8 551 2020-12-02
PAWNEE 610 9 532 2020-12-02
NOBLE 563 4 461 2020-12-02
WOODS 563 1 422 2020-12-02
JOHNSTON 548 5 458 2020-12-02
MAJOR 534 3 400 2020-12-02
WASHITA 454 2 340 2020-12-02
NOWATA 436 5 369 2020-12-02
PUSHMATAHA 428 6 392 2020-12-02
BLAINE 426 2 331 2020-12-02
ALFALFA 400 1 286 2020-12-02
KIOWA 391 6 288 2020-12-02
TILLMAN 355 6 281 2020-12-02
COAL 325 2 281 2020-12-02
LATIMER 315 4 288 2020-12-02
GREER 279 8 227 2020-12-02
COTTON 267 4 178 2020-12-02
DEWEY 241 1 180 2020-12-02
HARPER 240 2 170 2020-12-02
JEFFERSON 230 2 173 2020-12-02
ELLIS 222 0 152 2020-12-02
BEAVER 216 2 165 2020-12-02
GRANT 214 5 186 2020-12-02
ROGER MILLS 172 5 119 2020-12-02
HARMON 108 0 94 2020-12-02
CIMARRON 78 0 67 2020-12-02
65 0 30 2020-12-02

Oklahoma per city 12.2.20

COVID-19 cases per city in Oklahoma as reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020. SOURCE: OSDH

CITY CASES DEATHS RECOVERED REPORTED
OKLAHOMA CITY 31571 245 26275 2020-12-02
TULSA 21162 187 18428 2020-12-02
EDMOND 7698 49 6370 2020-12-02
BROKEN ARROW 6995 62 5883 2020-12-02
NORMAN 6839 71 5834 2020-12-02
OTHER*** 4150 25 3596 2020-12-02
YUKON 3788 13 3204 2020-12-02
ENID 3696 35 3068 2020-12-02
LAWTON 3414 27 2738 2020-12-02
STILLWATER 3368 9 3072 2020-12-02
MOORE 2745 21 2236 2020-12-02
CLAREMORE 2608 55 2179 2020-12-02
SHAWNEE 2276 20 1864 2020-12-02
OWASSO 2133 6 1804 2020-12-02
MUSKOGEE 2095 26 1601 2020-12-02
GUYMON 1853 12 1708 2020-12-02
TAHLEQUAH 1717 6 1407 2020-12-02
DURANT 1714 12 1476 2020-12-02
BARTLESVILLE 1711 42 1480 2020-12-02
ADA 1702 10 1372 2020-12-02
ALTUS 1650 30 1423 2020-12-02
BIXBY 1457 8 1247 2020-12-02
PONCA CITY 1425 13 1145 2020-12-02
JENKS 1390 11 1227 2020-12-02
MCALESTER 1381 19 1251 2020-12-02
ARDMORE 1371 11 1115 2020-12-02
EL RENO 1362 9 1213 2020-12-02
SAND SPRINGS 1348 11 1109 2020-12-02
TAFT 1314 2 1268 2020-12-02
SAPULPA 1303 22 1084 2020-12-02
CHICKASHA 1253 14 1060 2020-12-02
MUSTANG 1214 8 1031 2020-12-02
DUNCAN 1141 11 899 2020-12-02
CLINTON 1046 6 861 2020-12-02
MIAMI 1039 16 927 2020-12-02
BETHANY 1019 7 842 2020-12-02
CHOCTAW 1009 9 838 2020-12-02
BLANCHARD 1001 3 851 2020-12-02
GUTHRIE 954 0 731 2020-12-02
FORT SUPPLY 910 2 899 2020-12-02
COLLINSVILLE 895 3 762 2020-12-02
WOODWARD 869 4 702 2020-12-02
BROKEN BOW 848 26 747 2020-12-02
STILWELL 843 11 673 2020-12-02
IDABEL 814 12 737 2020-12-02
WEATHERFORD 812 8 677 2020-12-02
ELK CITY 805 7 664 2020-12-02
VINITA 794 2 692 2020-12-02
COWETA 772 15 650 2020-12-02
SALLISAW 758 4 669 2020-12-02
POTEAU 752 6 652 2020-12-02
GLENPOOL 741 7 644 2020-12-02
PURCELL 740 8 627 2020-12-02
GROVE 739 29 627 2020-12-02
LEXINGTON 737 7 641 2020-12-02
OKMULGEE 734 10 601 2020-12-02
SKIATOOK 734 8 634 2020-12-02
ATOKA 706 0 625 2020-12-02
ANADARKO 697 13 556 2020-12-02
SEMINOLE 676 7 593 2020-12-02
TUTTLE 660 5 550 2020-12-02
NEWCASTLE 619 4 548 2020-12-02
PRYOR CREEK 594 10 497 2020-12-02
MCLOUD 589 1 514 2020-12-02
HOMINY 556 2 536 2020-12-02
PAULS VALLEY 548 5 477 2020-12-02
TECUMSEH 543 1 452 2020-12-02
HENRYETTA 534 9 473 2020-12-02
BOLEY 533 7 410 2020-12-02
MADILL 524 2 442 2020-12-02
SAYRE 524 10 481 2020-12-02
NOBLE 523 6 421 2020-12-02
PIEDMONT 511 4 442 2020-12-02
WAGONER 510 7 424 2020-12-02
ALVA 508 1 376 2020-12-02
CUSHING 490 4 426 2020-12-02
HUGO 473 4 412 2020-12-02
JAY 452 2 399 2020-12-02
HARRAH 447 5 372 2020-12-02
SULPHUR 434 5 347 2020-12-02
MARIETTA 430 0 374 2020-12-02
STIGLER 408 6 361 2020-12-02
CHECOTAH 403 6 349 2020-12-02
HOLDENVILLE 399 4 365 2020-12-02
MARLOW 398 3 299 2020-12-02
EUFAULA 397 7 338 2020-12-02
MULDROW 395 3 354 2020-12-02
BRISTOW 384 11 321 2020-12-02
KINGFISHER 373 1 327 2020-12-02
FORT GIBSON 372 5 308 2020-12-02
LINDSAY 359 3 322 2020-12-02
HEAVENER 346 8 318 2020-12-02
FAIRVIEW 342 1 244 2020-12-02
CALERA 338 1 288 2020-12-02
CATOOSA 334 3 276 2020-12-02
SPIRO 333 1 314 2020-12-02
WEWOKA 331 2 289 2020-12-02
CHANDLER 326 10 268 2020-12-02
WARR ACRES 326 1 278 2020-12-02
LOCUST GROVE 322 0 272 2020-12-02
OKEMAH 310 3 262 2020-12-02
MIDWEST CITY 305 9 263 2020-12-02
HENNESSEY 303 2 274 2020-12-02
SPENCER 302 3 242 2020-12-02
HINTON 300 0 267 2020-12-02
ELGIN 293 2 231 2020-12-02
AFTON 289 2 258 2020-12-02
CACHE 287 1 211 2020-12-02
CLEVELAND 281 5 248 2020-12-02
MANNFORD 277 4 234 2020-12-02
VIAN 274 3 246 2020-12-02
SALINA 273 2 208 2020-12-02
MOUNDS 272 6 234 2020-12-02
PRAGUE 270 1 247 2020-12-02
DEL CITY 264 0 209 2020-12-02
CHELSEA 261 3 238 2020-12-02
TISHOMINGO 258 3 224 2020-12-02
KINGSTON 258 2 216 2020-12-02
JONES 258 2 194 2020-12-02
NOWATA 257 4 219 2020-12-02
MEEKER 256 12 206 2020-12-02
SPERRY 255 2 223 2020-12-02
COALGATE 248 2 209 2020-12-02
INOLA 240 3 199 2020-12-02
WYNNEWOOD 235 2 199 2020-12-02
WASHINGTON 234 0 202 2020-12-02
ANTLERS 233 6 207 2020-12-02
FREDERICK 233 6 189 2020-12-02
HELENA 232 1 166 2020-12-02
BLACKWELL 228 4 181 2020-12-02
CARNEGIE 227 5 163 2020-12-02
PERKINS 227 3 187 2020-12-02
PAWHUSKA 226 2 192 2020-12-02
HULBERT 224 2 178 2020-12-02
CHOUTEAU 221 6 181 2020-12-02
WESTVILLE 218 2 188 2020-12-02
STRATFORD 215 0 194 2020-12-02
DEWEY 209 1 184 2020-12-02
DAVIS 206 0 178 2020-12-02
OOLOGAH 206 1 175 2020-12-02
HOOKER 206 0 182 2020-12-02
NICHOLS HILLS 202 0 176 2020-12-02
MANGUM 201 8 166 2020-12-02
HASKELL 200 1 169 2020-12-02
ROLAND 198 1 192 2020-12-02
MORRIS 197 0 178 2020-12-02
PAWNEE 195 1 173 2020-12-02
PERRY 191 2 158 2020-12-02
COMANCHE 189 4 148 2020-12-02
POCOLA 187 3 169 2020-12-02
APACHE 186 2 143 2020-12-02
VALLIANT 183 3 158 2020-12-02
TALIHINA 179 6 164 2020-12-02
STROUD 178 1 144 2020-12-02
WISTER 176 1 156 2020-12-02
BEGGS 175 3 152 2020-12-02
COLCORD 169 1 148 2020-12-02
NEWKIRK 168 1 142 2020-12-02
KONAWA 165 2 124 2020-12-02
CADDO 165 1 145 2020-12-02
WATONGA 164 0 136 2020-12-02
WALTERS 164 2 125 2020-12-02
KANSAS 164 4 137 2020-12-02
MEAD 163 1 138 2020-12-02
HOBART 162 3 119 2020-12-02
BILLINGS 160 1 128 2020-12-02
WYANDOTTE 158 1 141 2020-12-02
GORE 157 3 137 2020-12-02
LUTHER 155 3 130 2020-12-02
COMMERCE 155 2 127 2020-12-02
COLBERT 152 6 130 2020-12-02
WILBURTON 149 2 136 2020-12-02
LONE GROVE 149 1 111 2020-12-02
NEW CORDELL 146 0 116 2020-12-02
HOWE 145 0 134 2020-12-02
FAIRLAND 141 1 132 2020-12-02
MINCO 141 0 119 2020-12-02
BOKCHITO 137 1 126 2020-12-02
HAWORTH 137 2 118 2020-12-02
BLAIR 136 0 106 2020-12-02
ELMORE CITY 135 2 108 2020-12-02
MAYSVILLE 133 4 111 2020-12-02
HARTSHORNE 131 0 116 2020-12-02
TONKAWA 130 5 113 2020-12-02
KEOTA 128 0 119 2020-12-02
OKARCHE 128 3 108 2020-12-02
KIEFER 125 0 110 2020-12-02
WILSON 124 0 95 2020-12-02
QUAPAW 124 2 100 2020-12-02
WELLSTON 124 0 100 2020-12-02
LAVERNE 122 0 90 2020-12-02
ARCADIA 122 0 102 2020-12-02
KELLYVILLE 121 2 100 2020-12-02
FLETCHER 121 1 93 2020-12-02
PORUM 119 1 104 2020-12-02
BINGER 118 9 97 2020-12-02
WRIGHT CITY 118 0 98 2020-12-02
BEAVER 118 1 84 2020-12-02
TEXHOMA 117 0 100 2020-12-02
FORT COBB 117 0 100 2020-12-02
PORTER 116 1 96 2020-12-02
WARNER 115 0 94 2020-12-02
GOODWELL 115 0 103 2020-12-02
WAYNE 114 1 98 2020-12-02
BARNSDALL 113 2 101 2020-12-02
HYDRO 112 1 91 2020-12-02
SHATTUCK 112 0 80 2020-12-02
STONEWALL 111 1 95 2020-12-02
DRUMRIGHT 111 2 92 2020-12-02
PADEN 110 0 97 2020-12-02
EARLSBORO 109 0 90 2020-12-02
CRESCENT 105 1 82 2020-12-02
TALALA 105 1 84 2020-12-02
RED ROCK 105 1 89 2020-12-02
ADAIR 103 0 83 2020-12-02
CASHION 102 0 74 2020-12-02
CAMERON 102 0 94 2020-12-02
HOLLIS 101 0 88 2020-12-02
ALLEN 100 2 78 2020-12-02
MOORELAND 100 1 81 2020-12-02
RUSH SPRINGS 100 0 79 2020-12-02
CYRIL 99 1 72 2020-12-02
ROFF 94 0 71 2020-12-02
PAOLI 92 1 75 2020-12-02
QUINTON 92 0 71 2020-12-02
BUFFALO 92 2 61 2020-12-02
CEMENT 92 0 73 2020-12-02
WAURIKA 90 0 73 2020-12-02
INDIAHOMA 87 1 66 2020-12-02
WETUMKA 87 1 76 2020-12-02
BOSWELL 87 0 75 2020-12-02
GEARY 86 0 64 2020-12-02
BOKOSHE 86 0 78 2020-12-02
ALEX 85 1 76 2020-12-02
WATTS 85 0 80 2020-12-02
YALE 84 2 68 2020-12-02
NINNEKAH 84 1 70 2020-12-02
WELEETKA 83 3 66 2020-12-02
WAUKOMIS 83 0 67 2020-12-02
BIG CABIN 80 2 66 2020-12-02
GLENCOE 80 1 56 2020-12-02
GERONIMO 79 0 58 2020-12-02
SNYDER 79 2 53 2020-12-02
THOMAS 79 0 69 2020-12-02
BENNINGTON 79 1 70 2020-12-02
ARAPAHO 78 1 62 2020-12-02
PANAMA 77 1 66 2020-12-02
FORT TOWSON 76 0 69 2020-12-02
RINGLING 76 1 59 2020-12-02
RINGWOOD 75 0 60 2020-12-02
WEBBERS FALLS 72 0 61 2020-12-02
LEEDEY 71 1 51 2020-12-02
POND CREEK 71 0 64 2020-12-02
HAMMON 71 1 46 2020-12-02
CANUTE 70 0 43 2020-12-02
OKEENE 69 0 53 2020-12-02
JENNINGS 69 1 59 2020-12-02
LAHOMA 69 3 48 2020-12-02
WELCH 69 1 58 2020-12-02
SHADY POINT 69 0 61 2020-12-02
OCHELATA 68 1 54 2020-12-02
CHEROKEE 68 0 56 2020-12-02
TYRONE 67 0 57 2020-12-02
GRANITE 66 0 50 2020-12-02
HEALDTON 66 2 41 2020-12-02
CALUMET 66 0 60 2020-12-02
SEILING 65 0 52 2020-12-02
THACKERVILLE 65 0 54 2020-12-02
OKTAHA 65 0 53 2020-12-02
BLUEJACKET 65 1 57 2020-12-02
MORRISON 64 0 53 2020-12-02
FAIRFAX 64 0 49 2020-12-02
RAMONA 64 2 51 2020-12-02
MAUD 64 0 54 2020-12-02
CANTON 63 2 45 2020-12-02
GARBER 62 0 60 2020-12-02
CHEYENNE 62 1 47 2020-12-02
MEDFORD 60 1 56 2020-12-02
COPAN 60 1 53 2020-12-02
MOUNTAIN VIEW 59 1 45 2020-12-02
BOISE CITY 59 0 53 2020-12-02
DELAWARE 58 1 55 2020-12-02
DAVENPORT 57 0 50 2020-12-02
BURNS FLAT 57 1 49 2020-12-02
TEMPLE 57 2 20 2020-12-02
GRACEMONT 57 1 37 2020-12-02
RED OAK 56 0 50 2020-12-02
VICI 55 0 36 2020-12-02
CANEY 55 0 45 2020-12-02
WANETTE 55 0 48 2020-12-02
LOOKEBA 53 2 42 2020-12-02
SASAKWA 53 0 46 2020-12-02
CLAYTON 53 0 46 2020-12-02
UNION CITY 52 0 35 2020-12-02
KREBS 52 1 45 2020-12-02
DOVER 51 0 43 2020-12-02
DEPEW 50 1 37 2020-12-02
COUNCIL HILL 50 0 42 2020-12-02
DEWAR 50 0 42 2020-12-02
GARVIN 50 0 45 2020-12-02
MCCURTAIN 50 1 44 2020-12-02
AMBER 50 0 40 2020-12-02
KIOWA 50 1 44 2020-12-02
ERICK 50 0 29 2020-12-02
SOPER 49 0 43 2020-12-02
ARKOMA 49 0 48 2020-12-02
OLUSTEE 49 0 44 2020-12-02
ASHER 49 0 41 2020-12-02
TERLTON 48 1 39 2020-12-02
FARGO 48 0 31 2020-12-02
MANNSVILLE 47 0 36 2020-12-02
MILBURN 47 1 43 2020-12-02
VERDEN 47 1 37 2020-12-02
GRANDFIELD 47 0 39 2020-12-02
SENTINEL 47 0 29 2020-12-02
ARNETT 46 0 26 2020-12-02
VELMA 45 1 34 2020-12-02
TIPTON 44 0 38 2020-12-02
BRAGGS 43 0 34 2020-12-02
RYAN 42 0 25 2020-12-02
BYARS 42 0 31 2020-12-02
DUSTIN 41 1 37 2020-12-02
GANS 41 0 37 2020-12-02
CARNEY 41 0 33 2020-12-02
AGRA 40 1 30 2020-12-02
OILTON 40 1 34 2020-12-02
SPAVINAW 39 0 36 2020-12-02
RATTAN 39 0 36 2020-12-02
CHATTANOOGA 37 1 22 2020-12-02
MILL CREEK 37 0 31 2020-12-02
FOSS 37 0 27 2020-12-02
LEHIGH 36 0 34 2020-12-02
CLEO SPRINGS 35 0 28 2020-12-02
RIPLEY 34 1 32 2020-12-02
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