MIAMI — The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported that there had been no additional deaths, the result of COVID-19, during its daily report for Monday, June 1.

There have been 334 total deaths statewide.

However, 67 additional positive cases were reported. There are now 6,573 cases in Oklahoma.

The OSDH report shows that there have been 35 cases in Ottawa County, with two deaths; 100 in Delaware County, with 16 deaths, and 15 cases in Craig County, with no deaths.

There have been 5,511 recoveries.

Nationwide, there have been 1,787,250 positive cases with 104,116 deaths.

Worldwide, the total as of Sunday’s report was 6,206,773 positives, 372,352 deaths and 2,661,643 recoveries.

The OSDH announced Monday that its COVID-19 data tracker, located at coronavirus.health.ok.gov, will continue reporting active and recovered COVID-19 cases by county only, as permitted by state law, but the agency will no longer be able to publish COVID-19 data by city, zip code, or by long-term care and nursing home facility due to the State’s Catastrophic Emergency Declaration expiring on May 31.

COVID-19 testing is open to everyone; people no longer need to exhibit symptoms to be tested.

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

Local test sites include the Ottawa County Health Department, 1930 North Elm (918-540-2481), Craig County Health Department, 115 East Delaware in Vinita (918-256-7531) and Delaware County Health Department, S. 9th Street, Jay (918-253-4511).

To learn more about COVID-19, call the COVID-19 call center at 877-215-8336 or 2-1-1 or visit https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/