First confirmed COVID-19 case in Logan County

With increasing COVID-19 numbers growing each day across the world, Logan County has its first confirmed case.

The Oklahoma State Health Department confirmed the number, along with a total of 44 Oklahoman’s, according to the latest numbers on Thursday morning.

The department says a Tulsa man in his 50s has died from the virus.

Additional details on the Logan County case were not immediately released.

Guthrie News Page will continue to give updates as they become available.


3 Comments on "First confirmed COVID-19 case in Logan County"

  1. If your trying to find out who they have been in contact with you need to publicize their name

  2. Barbara Krogh | March 21, 2020 at 5:19 pm | Reply

    Why hasn’t the location of the Logan Co. person been made public? The name would be helpful, but there’s no reason to keep the location hidden.

  3. LINDA M MARTIN | March 24, 2020 at 1:55 pm | Reply

    I’m kinda unsure about our quarantine. When did it start?

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