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COVID-19 in Oklahoma: May 26, 2020

Staff Writer
The Daily Ardmoreite

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As of this advisory, the State of Oklahoma has reported a total of 6,137 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. Since our last Situation Report, the following number of positive cases were published daily at coronavirus.health.ok.gov:

– Saturday – 111 new positives for a total of 5,960;

– Sunday – 77 new positives for a total of 6,037;

– Monday – 53 new positives for a total of 6,090;

– Tuesday – 47 new positives for a total of 6,137.

There are seven additional deaths. None of them occurred since May 25 and all died between May 22 and May 24:

– two in Oklahoma County, one male in the 65 and older age group and one female in the 65 and older age group;

– three in Tulsa County, one male in the 65 and older age group, one female in the 65 and older age group and one male in the 50-64 age group;

– one in Grady County, a female in the 36-49 age group;

– one in Jackson County, a male in the 65 and older age group.

There are 318 total deaths in the state.

COVID-19 testing sites are open in multiple cities in Oklahoma as a result of a cross-county, city and state health system partnership.

For more information, visit https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov.

COVID-19 Oklahoma Test Results

Confirmed Positive Cases

6,137

*Total Cumulative Negative Specimens to Date (as of 5/22)

153,804

*Total Cumulative Number of Specimens to Date (as of 5/22)

160,903

**Currently Hospitalized (as of 5/22)

174

Total Cumulative Hospitalizations

941

Deaths in the Past 24 hours

0

Total Cumulative Deaths

318

*The total includes laboratory information provided to the Oklahoma State Department of Health at the time of the report. Total counts may not reflect unique individuals.

**This number is a combination of hospitalized positive cases and hospitalized persons under investigation, as reported by hospitals at the time of the report. The data reflect a change in calculation and should not be compared to prior data.

SOURCE: Oklahoma State Department of Health