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In a year that has brought many losses, along with high anxiety and anger, it’s probably not a big surprise that mass shootings in the U.S. ha…

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Starting Monday, the state plans to expand COVID-19 vaccine access to the remaining 21,300 Oklahomans in Phase 2 of its distri…

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As the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 895 new COVID-19 cases, a new study ranked Oklahoma the 35th safest state during the pandemic and showed the state is 6th in vaccination rank.

 Janet Cordell jokes she retired as a nurse 15 years ago "so I can work harder at jobs that I don't get paid for than the ones I get paid for.''

Several health facilities in the area continue to administer COVID-19 vaccines as they become more readily available, and people eligible to receive shots are urged to start making appointments.

❝(COVID-19) could never take away our drive for patient safety, for quality care ... Regardless of what happens, it didn’t take away our drive to keep our patients safe and care for all of the patients that we possibly can within the facility.❞ — Kenna Wilson, RN, MSN, interim chief hospital executive, vice president of nursing and chief nursing officer.

State Rep. Chad Caldwell, R-Enid, pushed a bill through committee recently that would allow family and friends to visit long-term care residents during the pandemic – as long as the Department of Health and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says it is OK.