Oklahoma’s COVID-19 death toll rises by 9; more than 1,000 new positive cases reported – KOCO Oklahoma City

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Oklahoma’s COVID-19 death toll rises by 9; more than 1,000 new positive cases reported

The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Monday reported 1,084 new COVID-19 cases across the state, bringing the total cumulative number of the state’s positive cases to 125,195.>> CORONAVIRUS MAP OF OKLAHOMA: Check cases by countyNine additional deaths were reported Monday; one death was identified in the past 24 hours, according to health officials. Here’s what we know about the latest deaths:One in Adair County, one male in the 36 – 49 age group. One in Canadian County, one male in the 65 or older age group.One in Cleveland County, one female in the 65 or older age group.One in Garfield County, one male in the 65 or older age group.One in Grady County, one male in the 65 or older age group.Two in Kingfisher County, one male in the 50 – 64 age group and one male in the 65 or older age group.One in Mayes County, one male in the 65 or older age group.One in Oklahoma County, one male in the 65 or older age group.According to the health department, there have been 1,354 coronavirus deaths statewide.Get the details from Oklahoma State Department of Health.Officials also reported that 107,893 Oklahomans have recovered from the virus. By Oklahoma health officials’ definition, a recovered patient is currently not hospitalized or deceased and it has been 14 days after onset/report.Health officials reported that as of Friday, Oct. 30, there were 1,494,632 total negative specimens. Officials said there have been 8,934 total hospitalizations, and that 852 people were listed as currently hospitalized as of Friday. According to the health department, 34.47% of those who tested positive are between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.42% are 36 to 49 years old, 18.44% are 50 to 64 years old, 14.27% are 65 years old or older, 9.54% are 5 to 17 years old and 1.85% are 4 years old or younger.TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Monday, Nov. 2) Adair: 859 cases, 12 deaths Alfalfa: 138 cases Atoka: 470 cases, 1 death Beaver: 101 cases, 1 death Beckham: 961 cases, 11 deaths Blaine: 227 cases, 1 death Bryan: 1,684 cases, 14 deaths Caddo: 1,191 cases, 26 deaths Canadian: 4,232 cases, 24 deaths Carter: 939 cases, 10 deaths Cherokee: 1,447 cases, 8 deaths Choctaw: 496 cases, 2 deaths Cimarron: 41 cases Cleveland: 8,778 cases, 106 deaths Coal: 123 cases Comanche: 2,653 cases, 18 deaths Cotton: 112 cases, 3 deaths Craig: 656 cases, 2 deaths Creek: 1,668 cases, 39 deaths Custer: 1,136 cases, 7 deaths Delaware: 1,327 cases, 28 deaths Dewey: 95 cases, 1 death Ellis: 32 cases Garfield: 2,558 cases, 29 deaths Garvin: 791 cases, 6 deaths Grady: 1,698 cases, 17 deaths Grant: 119 cases, 2 deaths Greer: 161 cases, 8 deaths Harmon: 79 cases Harper: 79 cases, 2 deaths Haskell: 407 cases, 5 deaths Hughes: 431 cases, 6 deaths Jackson: 1,198 cases, 14 deaths Jefferson: 90 cases Johnston: 311 cases, 4 deaths Kay: 924 cases, 16 deaths Kingfisher: 595 cases, 5 deaths Kiowa: 193 cases, 3 deaths Latimer: 233 cases, 2 deaths Le Flore: 1,756 cases, 24 deaths Lincoln: 850 cases, 22 deaths Logan: 912 cases, 2 deaths Love: 293 cases, 1 death Major: 210 cases, 2 deaths Marshall: 299 cases, 2 deaths Mayes: 1,027 cases, 16 deaths McClain: 1,435 cases, 14 deaths McCurtain: 1,680 cases, 41 deaths McIntosh: 529 cases, 10 deaths Murray: 341 cases, 3 deaths Muskogee: 2,489 cases, 28 deaths Noble: 206 cases, 3 deaths Nowata: 276 cases, 4 deaths Okfuskee: 604 cases, 8 deaths Oklahoma: 25,091 cases, 233 deaths Okmulgee: 1,326 cases, 14 deaths Osage: 1,430 cases, 15 deaths Other: 9 cases Ottawa: 1,306 cases, 19 deaths Pawnee: 353 cases, 5 deaths Payne: 2,919 cases, 14 deaths Pittsburg: 1,310 cases, 21 deaths Pontotoc: 883 cases, 5 deaths Pottawatomie: 2,361 cases, 15 deaths Pushmataha: 304 cases, 6 deaths Roger Mills: 93 cases, 4 deaths Rogers: 2,634 cases, 55 deaths Seminole: 867 cases, 6 deaths Sequoyah: 1,311 cases, 14 deaths Stephens: 816 cases, 8 deaths Texas: 1,856 cases, 10 deaths Tillman: 163 cases, 4 deaths Tulsa: 22,919 cases, 214 deaths Wagoner: 2,009 cases, 31 deaths Washington: 1,402 cases, 42 deaths Washita: 195 cases Woods: 192 cases Woodward: 1,306 cases, 6 deaths

The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Monday reported 1,084 new COVID-19 cases across the state, bringing the total cumulative number of the state’s positive cases to 125,195.

>> CORONAVIRUS MAP OF OKLAHOMA: Check cases by county

Nine additional deaths were reported Monday; one death was identified in the past 24 hours, according to health officials. Here’s what we know about the latest deaths:

  • One in Adair County, one male in the 36 – 49 age group.
  • One in Canadian County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Cleveland County, one female in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Garfield County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Grady County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • Two in Kingfisher County, one male in the 50 – 64 age group and one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Mayes County, one male in the 65 or older age group.
  • One in Oklahoma County, one male in the 65 or older age group.

According to the health department, there have been 1,354 coronavirus deaths statewide.

Get the details from Oklahoma State Department of Health.

Officials also reported that 107,893 Oklahomans have recovered from the virus. By Oklahoma health officials’ definition, a recovered patient is currently not hospitalized or deceased and it has been 14 days after onset/report.

Health officials reported that as of Friday, Oct. 30, there were 1,494,632 total negative specimens. Officials said there have been 8,934 total hospitalizations, and that 852 people were listed as currently hospitalized as of Friday.

According to the health department, 34.47% of those who tested positive are between the ages of 18 and 35, 21.42% are 36 to 49 years old, 18.44% are 50 to 64 years old, 14.27% are 65 years old or older, 9.54% are 5 to 17 years old and 1.85% are 4 years old or younger.

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TOTAL CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES BY COUNTY (As of Monday, Nov. 2)

  • Adair: 859 cases, 12 deaths
  • Alfalfa: 138 cases
  • Atoka: 470 cases, 1 death
  • Beaver: 101 cases, 1 death
  • Beckham: 961 cases, 11 deaths
  • Blaine: 227 cases, 1 death
  • Bryan: 1,684 cases, 14 deaths
  • Caddo: 1,191 cases, 26 deaths
  • Canadian: 4,232 cases, 24 deaths
  • Carter: 939 cases, 10 deaths
  • Cherokee: 1,447 cases, 8 deaths
  • Choctaw: 496 cases, 2 deaths
  • Cimarron: 41 cases
  • Cleveland: 8,778 cases, 106 deaths
  • Coal: 123 cases
  • Comanche: 2,653 cases, 18 deaths
  • Cotton: 112 cases, 3 deaths
  • Craig: 656 cases, 2 deaths
  • Creek: 1,668 cases, 39 deaths
  • Custer: 1,136 cases, 7 deaths
  • Delaware: 1,327 cases, 28 deaths
  • Dewey: 95 cases, 1 death
  • Ellis: 32 cases
  • Garfield: 2,558 cases, 29 deaths
  • Garvin: 791 cases, 6 deaths
  • Grady: 1,698 cases, 17 deaths
  • Grant: 119 cases, 2 deaths
  • Greer: 161 cases, 8 deaths
  • Harmon: 79 cases
  • Harper: 79 cases, 2 deaths
  • Haskell: 407 cases, 5 deaths
  • Hughes: 431 cases, 6 deaths
  • Jackson: 1,198 cases, 14 deaths
  • Jefferson: 90 cases
  • Johnston: 311 cases, 4 deaths
  • Kay: 924 cases, 16 deaths
  • Kingfisher: 595 cases, 5 deaths
  • Kiowa: 193 cases, 3 deaths
  • Latimer: 233 cases, 2 deaths
  • Le Flore: 1,756 cases, 24 deaths
  • Lincoln: 850 cases, 22 deaths
  • Logan: 912 cases, 2 deaths
  • Love: 293 cases, 1 death
  • Major: 210 cases, 2 deaths
  • Marshall: 299 cases, 2 deaths
  • Mayes: 1,027 cases, 16 deaths
  • McClain: 1,435 cases, 14 deaths
  • McCurtain: 1,680 cases, 41 deaths
  • McIntosh: 529 cases, 10 deaths
  • Murray: 341 cases, 3 deaths
  • Muskogee: 2,489 cases, 28 deaths
  • Noble: 206 cases, 3 deaths
  • Nowata: 276 cases, 4 deaths
  • Okfuskee: 604 cases, 8 deaths
  • Oklahoma: 25,091 cases, 233 deaths
  • Okmulgee: 1,326 cases, 14 deaths
  • Osage: 1,430 cases, 15 deaths
  • Other: 9 cases
  • Ottawa: 1,306 cases, 19 deaths
  • Pawnee: 353 cases, 5 deaths
  • Payne: 2,919 cases, 14 deaths
  • Pittsburg: 1,310 cases, 21 deaths
  • Pontotoc: 883 cases, 5 deaths
  • Pottawatomie: 2,361 cases, 15 deaths
  • Pushmataha: 304 cases, 6 deaths
  • Roger Mills: 93 cases, 4 deaths
  • Rogers: 2,634 cases, 55 deaths
  • Seminole: 867 cases, 6 deaths
  • Sequoyah: 1,311 cases, 14 deaths
  • Stephens: 816 cases, 8 deaths
  • Texas: 1,856 cases, 10 deaths
  • Tillman: 163 cases, 4 deaths
  • Tulsa: 22,919 cases, 214 deaths
  • Wagoner: 2,009 cases, 31 deaths
  • Washington: 1,402 cases, 42 deaths
  • Washita: 195 cases
  • Woods: 192 cases
  • Woodward: 1,306 cases, 6 deaths