The latest numbers from the Oklahoma State Department of Health show 879 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, including now five cases in Logan County.
For Logan County, the new case is the first since March 30 to be reported by the State.
The Logan County Health Department (LCHD) staff says they are in regular contact with those residents that are infected and are monitoring their status and advising them on their course of recovery.
LCHD reminds everyone it is important for them to protect those that are infected with COVID-19. In order to comply with State and Federal Privacy requirements, the LCHD says they will not release any information concerning individuals affected by COVID-19 or any other illnesses.
LCHD officials said they are organizing a drive-thru testing site in Logan County for those patients with high risks, but with no current supplies a date and location has not been setup. Related article: COVID-19 test kits remain low at Logan County Health Department
The death total now stands at 34 for the state, while 257 have been hospitalized because of the virus.
The death total increased by four from Wednesday.
Two deaths were from Tulsa County; a man aged 36 to 49 and a man aged 65 or older. One death was a man aged 65 or older from Stephens County. One death was a man aged 65 or older from Muskogee County.
52 Oklahoma counties have reported at least one confirmed case.
Gov. Kevin Stitt issued an executive order Thursday declaring a health emergency in all 77 Oklahoma counties.
COVID-19 Cases by Age Group
- 00-04: 9 cases
- 05-17: 12 cases
- 18-35: 139 cases
- 36-49: 178 cases, 2 death
- 50-64: 232 cases, 8 deaths
- 65+: 309 cases, 24 deaths
COVID-19 Cases by Gender
- Female: 451 cases, 12 deaths
- Male: 428 cases, 22 deaths