There has been an additional death in Delaware County according to Sunday’s COVID-19 report issued by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
The death was a female in the 65 and older age group. However, the Delaware County Health Department has not officially confirmed the information.
That is the fifth in Delaware County.
As of Sunday’s report, there have been 2,599 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 with 140 total deaths.
Of that, there have been 83 positive cases in Delaware County, 27 in Ottawa County and eight in Craig County.
Sixty-eight of Oklahoma’s 77 counties have reported positive cases.
The number of total cumulative negative specimens, total cumulative number of specimens to date, and the number currently hospitalized reported are compiled through the Executive Order reports submitted to the governor.
These reports are not submitted on the weekend, and therefore, those numbers found in this report will be updated this week. All other numbers listed in this report are current.
Nationally, there have been 734,749 positive cases with 38.996 deaths as of Sunday.
The OSDH is partnering with Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma to offer additional testing sites in Tulsa.
The OSDH in partnership with Google and Looker, launched the COVID-19 Symptom Tracker and COVID-19 Data Dashboard.
For more information, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.
According to the tracker, statewide there are 1,070 ventilators, 7,874 ventilator circuits, 1,542K surgical masks, 466,372 N95 masks, 515 anesthesia machines, 775,346 gowns, 12,328K gloves, 291,234 face eye protectors and 36,085 COVID collection kids on hand as of Sunday.