Logan County goes over 100 active cases; majority in Guthrie

For the first time since the pandemic, Logan County has gone over 100 active COVID cases with majority of those coming from Guthrie.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) reported Monday morning the county had 108 active cases with 75 of those in the Guthrie area (73044 zip code).

Since the beginning of the virus, Logan County has totaled 492 confirmed cases with 383 of those making recoveries and one death.

For Guthrie, there have been 256 total positive cases with 181 recoveries.

In the unincorporated areas of the county, there are 27 active cases, while Crescent and Coyle have three.

Last week, the county moved to the moderate risk level of the Oklahoma COVID-19 Alert System. Related article: OSDH: Logan County moves up to moderate COVID risk

With the change to the moderate risk, Guthrie Public Schools began requiring masks for everyone inside school buildings. Related article: Guthrie Public Schools to begin requiring face masks

Several members of the Guthrie High School football team are in quarantine after a player tested positive for the virus last week. Following a meeting with school officials and the health department, the district game with Piedmont was canceled three hours before kickoff. Related article: COVID cancels football game, players in quarantine

The Bluejays game next week with Carl Albert has also been cancled.

Players will be in quarantine until Oct. 8, which could put their game with Woodward on October 9 also in jeopardy.


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