COVID-19 numbers continued increase at near-record levels Wednesday, as the state reported 2,177 new cases and 19 deaths.
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An Alva woman was one of seven COVID-19-related deaths reported Tuesday, as case numbers continued to rise, with 1,702 more confirmed by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Oklahoma gained another 2,197 COVID-19 cases Monday, as the number of active cases topped 20,000, and six more deaths, including a Kingfisher County man, were reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
A day after announcing nearly 5,000 in new and backlogged COVID-190 cases, Oklahoma State Department of Health officials lowered the overall gain by 234 on Sunday, announcing 4,507 overall cases were gained since Friday’s report.
Oklahoma gained 4,741 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday in what the Oklahoma State Department of Health is calling "significant community spread" plus a backlog of cases resulting from the transfer from a manual to electronic reporting system.
Inmates in Oklahoma prisons must have advanced liver disease before becoming eligible for treatment of hepatitis C, a potentially deadly a…
WHITLEY COUNTY, Ky. — A state health assessment released earlier this year by the Kentucky Department for Public Health shows that Kentucky has had the highest rate of new hepatitis C infections in the country over the past several years.