NEW RECORD: Oklahoma reports more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases, four additional deaths – KOCO Oklahoma City

YOU CAN SEE THAT MODEL CERTAINLY, IT CERTAINLY HELPED TO DECREASE THE NUMBER OF DEATHS IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA AND ACTIVE CASES BY ALL OF THE THINGS THAT WE DID, WITH SOCIAL-DISTANCING, SAFER AT HOME, AND THE TEMPORARY CLOSING OF THE NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES, ETC. THERE WERE FOUR NEW FATALITIES LAST NIGHT A 1000 NEW CASES. IT HOSPITAL BEDS– THOSE ARE EXTRA ADDITIONAL COVID HOSPITAL BEDS IN CASE A HOSPITAL SYSTEM REACHES CAPACITY AND NEEDS TO USE THOSE FACILITIES FOR COVID PATIENTS.

NEW RECORD: Oklahoma reports more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases, 4 extra deaths

Upgraded: 3:08 PM CDT Jul 15, 2020

According to the health department, there have been 432 coronavirus deaths statewide.
Get the information from Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt likewise announced Wednesday that he tested favorable for COVID-19.

According to the health department, 36.46% of those who checked favorable are between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.97% are 36 to 49 years of ages, 17.50% are 50 to 64 years old, 14.47% are 65 years old or older, 7.51% are 5 to 17 years old and 2.09% are 4 years of ages or younger.
TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Wednesday, July 15).

YOU CAN SEE THAT MODEL CERTAINLY, IT CERTAINLY HELPED TO DECREASE THE NUMBER OF DEATHS IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA AND ACTIVE CASES BY ALL OF THE THINGS THAT WE DID, WITH SOCIAL-DISTANCING, SAFER AT HOME, AND THE TEMPORARY CLOSING OF THE NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES, ETC. THERE WERE FOUR NEW FATALITIES LAST NIGHT A 1000 NEW CASES. The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Wednesday reported 1,075 new coronavirus cases throughout the state, bringing the total cumulative number of the states positive cases to 22,813. > > CORONAVIRUS MAP OF OKLAHOMA: Check cases by countyFour extra deaths were reported Wednesday; none happened in the previous 24 hours. It is still much lower than the early days of the pandemic.According to the health department, 36.46% of those who tested favorable are in between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.97% are 36 to 49 years old, 17.50% are 50 to 64 years old, 14.47% are 65 years older or old, 7.51% are 5 to 17 years old and 2.09% are 4 years old or younger.TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Wednesday, July 15) Adair: 160 cases, 4 deaths Alfalfa: 1 case Atoka: 42 cases Beaver: 32 cases Beckham: 25 cases Blaine: 22 cases Bryan: 199 cases, 1 death Caddo: 214 cases, 11 deaths Canadian: 594 cases, 3 deaths Carter: 203 cases, 2 deaths Cherokee: 138 cases, 1 death Choctaw: 131 cases, 1 death Cimarron: 1 case Cleveland: 1,526 cases, 40 deaths Coal: 12 cases Comanche: 570 cases, 9 deaths Cotton: 13 cases, 2 deaths Craig: 29 cases Creek: 231 cases, 9 deaths Custer: 93 cases Delaware: 270 cases, 17 deaths Dewey: 4 cases Ellis: 2 cases Garfield: 138 cases, 2 deaths Garvin: 140 cases, 3 deaths Grady: 264 cases, 5 deaths Grant: 3 cases Greer: 71 cases, 7 deaths Harmon: 4 cases Harper: 2 cases Haskell: 19 cases Hughes: 16 cases Jackson: 128 cases, 3 deaths Jefferson: 19 cases Johnston: 21 cases Kay: 133 cases, 9 deaths Kingfisher: 54 cases Kiowa: 18 cases, 1 death Latimer: 25 cases, 1 death Le Flore: 75 cases, 1 death Lincoln: 49 cases, 2 deaths Logan: 111 cases, 1 death Love: 49 cases Major: 16 cases, 1 death Marshall: 49 cases Mayes: 148 cases, 5 deaths McClain: 271 cases, 4 deaths McCurtain: 651 cases, 12 deaths McIntosh: 88 cases, 1 death Murray: 28 cases Muskogee: 228 cases, 14 deaths Noble: 55 cases, 1 death Nowata: 41 cases, 1 death Okfuskee: 20 cases Oklahoma: 5,591 cases, 76 deaths Okmulgee: 196 cases Osage: 228 cases, 8 deaths Ottawa: 190 cases, 2 deaths Pawnee: 75 cases, 3 deaths Payne: 493 cases, 2 deaths Pittsburg: 83 cases, 3 deaths Pontotoc: 93 cases, 2 deaths Pottawatomie: 178 cases, 4 deaths Pushmataha: 35 cases Rogers: 368 cases, 7 deaths Seminole: 80 cases, 3 deaths Sequoyah: 73 cases, 3 deaths Stephens: 102 cases, 1 death Texas: 1,007 cases, 6 deaths Tillman: 27 cases, 1 death Tulsa: 5,626 cases, 79 deaths Wagoner: 410 cases, 19 deaths Washington: 474 cases, 39 deaths Washita: 12 cases Woods: 11 cases Woodward: 15 cases

One in Creek County, one male in the 65 or older age.
One in Kay County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
One in Oklahoma County, one male in the 65 or older age.
One in Tulsa County, one woman in the 65 or older age group.

❗ NEW: Oklahoma reports a record-breaking 1,075 brand-new coronavirus cases, the highest single-day overall and the first everyday report over 1,000. pic.twitter.com/nBCqFmSjZ0— Dillon Richards (@KOCODillon) July 15, 2020.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Wednesday reported 1,075 new coronavirus cases across the state, bringing the total cumulative number of the states positive cases to 22,813. > > CORONAVIRUS MAP OF OKLAHOMA: Check cases by countyFour additional deaths were reported Wednesday; none occurred in the previous 24 hours. It is still much lower than the early days of the pandemic.According to the health department, 36.46% of those who tested positive are in between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.97% are 36 to 49 years old, 17.50% are 50 to 64 years old, 14.47% are 65 years old or older, 7.51% are 5 to 17 years old and 2.09% are 4 years old or younger.TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Wednesday, July 15) Adair: 160 cases, 4 deaths Alfalfa: 1 case Atoka: 42 cases Beaver: 32 cases Beckham: 25 cases Blaine: 22 cases Bryan: 199 cases, 1 death Caddo: 214 cases, 11 deaths Canadian: 594 cases, 3 deaths Carter: 203 cases, 2 deaths Cherokee: 138 cases, 1 death Choctaw: 131 cases, 1 death Cimarron: 1 case Cleveland: 1,526 cases, 40 deaths Coal: 12 cases Comanche: 570 cases, 9 deaths Cotton: 13 cases, 2 deaths Craig: 29 cases Creek: 231 cases, 9 deaths Custer: 93 cases Delaware: 270 cases, 17 deaths Dewey: 4 cases Ellis: 2 cases Garfield: 138 cases, 2 deaths Garvin: 140 cases, 3 deaths Grady: 264 cases, 5 deaths Grant: 3 cases Greer: 71 cases, 7 deaths Harmon: 4 cases Harper: 2 cases Haskell: 19 cases Hughes: 16 cases Jackson: 128 cases, 3 deaths Jefferson: 19 cases Johnston: 21 cases Kay: 133 cases, 9 deaths Kingfisher: 54 cases Kiowa: 18 cases, 1 death Latimer: 25 cases, 1 death Le Flore: 75 cases, 1 death Lincoln: 49 cases, 2 deaths Logan: 111 cases, 1 death Love: 49 cases Major: 16 cases, 1 death Marshall: 49 cases Mayes: 148 cases, 5 deaths McClain: 271 cases, 4 deaths McCurtain: 651 cases, 12 deaths McIntosh: 88 cases, 1 death Murray: 28 cases Muskogee: 228 cases, 14 deaths Noble: 55 cases, 1 death Nowata: 41 cases, 1 death Okfuskee: 20 cases Oklahoma: 5,591 cases, 76 deaths Okmulgee: 196 cases Osage: 228 cases, 8 deaths Ottawa: 190 cases, 2 deaths Pawnee: 75 cases, 3 deaths Payne: 493 cases, 2 deaths Pittsburg: 83 cases, 3 deaths Pontotoc: 93 cases, 2 deaths Pottawatomie: 178 cases, 4 deaths Pushmataha: 35 cases Rogers: 368 cases, 7 deaths Seminole: 80 cases, 3 deaths Sequoyah: 73 cases, 3 deaths Stephens: 102 cases, 1 death Texas: 1,007 cases, 6 deaths Tillman: 27 cases, 1 death Tulsa: 5,626 cases, 79 deaths Wagoner: 410 cases, 19 deaths Washington: 474 cases, 39 deaths Washita: 12 cases Woods: 11 cases Woodward: 15 cases

>> > > CORONAVIRUS MAP OF OKLAHOMA: Check cases by county.
Four additional deaths were reported Wednesday; none occurred in the previous 24 hours.

Officials stated Wednesday that 17,366 individuals have actually recovered. By Oklahoma health officials meaning, a recovered patient is presently not hospitalized or deceased and it has been 14 days after onset/report.
Health authorities reported that there were 424,512 overall unfavorable specimens. Officials stated there have actually been 2,170 overall hospitalizations, which 561 people are presently hospitalized.
COVID-19 screening is still up, but the 2-week positive rate is now up to 8.6 %, the highest level ever. This implies in the past two weeks, 8.6 % of tests have actually come back positive.
The variety of deaths reported each day is also up a little. The 7-day average of deaths depends on 3.57. It was 1.57 a month back. It is still much lower than the early days of the pandemic.

OKLAHOMA CITY–.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Wednesday reported 1,075 new coronavirus cases throughout the state, bringing the overall cumulative variety of the states positive cases to 22,813.
This was the very first time the state reported more than 1,000 brand-new COVID-19 cases in the day-to-day upgrade.

Adair: 160 cases, 4 deaths.
Alfalfa: 1 case.
Atoka: 42 cases.
Beaver: 32 cases.
Beckham: 25 cases.
Blaine: 22 cases.
Bryan: 199 cases, 1 death.
Caddo: 214 cases, 11 deaths.
Canadian: 594 cases, 3 deaths.
Carter: 203 cases, 2 deaths.
Cherokee: 138 cases, 1 death.
Choctaw: 131 cases, 1 death.
Cimarron: 1 case.
Cleveland: 1,526 cases, 40 deaths.
Coal: 12 cases.
Comanche: 570 cases, 9 deaths.
Cotton: 13 cases, 2 deaths.
Craig: 29 cases.
Creek: 231 cases, 9 deaths.
Custer: 93 cases.
Delaware: 270 cases, 17 deaths.
Dewey: 4 cases.
Ellis: 2 cases.
Garfield: 138 cases, 2 deaths.
Garvin: 140 cases, 3 deaths.
Grady: 264 cases, 5 deaths.
Grant: 3 cases.
Greer: 71 cases, 7 deaths.
Harmon: 4 cases.
Harper: 2 cases.
Haskell: 19 cases.
Hughes: 16 cases.
Jackson: 128 cases, 3 deaths.
Jefferson: 19 cases.
Johnston: 21 cases.
Kay: 133 cases, 9 deaths.
Kingfisher: 54 cases.
Kiowa: 18 cases, 1 death.
Latimer: 25 cases, 1 death.
Le Flore: 75 cases, 1 death.
Lincoln: 49 cases, 2 deaths.
Logan: 111 cases, 1 death.
Love: 49 cases.
Significant: 16 cases, 1 death.
Marshall: 49 cases.
Mayes: 148 cases, 5 deaths.
McClain: 271 cases, 4 deaths.
McCurtain: 651 cases, 12 deaths.
McIntosh: 88 cases, 1 death.
Murray: 28 cases.
Muskogee: 228 cases, 14 deaths.
Noble: 55 cases, 1 death.
Nowata: 41 cases, 1 death.
Okfuskee: 20 cases.
Oklahoma: 5,591 cases, 76 deaths.
Okmulgee: 196 cases.
Osage: 228 cases, 8 deaths.
Ottawa: 190 cases, 2 deaths.
Pawnee: 75 cases, 3 deaths.
Payne: 493 cases, 2 deaths.
Pittsburg: 83 cases, 3 deaths.
Pontotoc: 93 cases, 2 deaths.
Pottawatomie: 178 cases, 4 deaths.
Pushmataha: 35 cases.
Rogers: 368 cases, 7 deaths.
Seminole: 80 cases, 3 deaths.
Sequoyah: 73 cases, 3 deaths.
Stephens: 102 cases, 1 death.
Texas: 1,007 cases, 6 deaths.
Tillman: 27 cases, 1 death.
Tulsa: 5,626 cases, 79 deaths.
Wagoner: 410 cases, 19 deaths.
Washington: 474 cases, 39 deaths.
Washita: 12 cases.
Woods: 11 cases.
Woodward: 15 cases.