OSDH: Logan County with 54 active COVID cases

For the month of September, Logan County has averaged under 55 active COVID-19 cases per day.

The latest information from the Oklahoma State Department of Health on Monday showed the county with 363 total cases with 308 of those recovered from the virus.

Since Sept. 1, there has been 62 confirmed cases for Logan County, which has an estimated 47,000 population.

The County’s risk level remains in the “low risk ” phase, according to the state’s color-coded, map system with a last scoring of 8.93 on Sept. 10.

New Normal (Green) Phase: 0 < 1.43 daily new cases per 100,000 population
Low Risk (Yellow) Phase: 1.43 < 14.29 daily new cases per 100,000 population
Moderate-Risk (Orange) Phase: > 14.29 daily new cases per 100,000 population
High-Risk (Red) Phase: > 14.29 daily new cases per 100,000 population plus one of four additional gates triggered

The state health department last week started to include antigen test results to the state’s data collection and reporting system. A positive antigen test result is considered a “probable” case, while a positive molecular test result is consider a “confirmed” case.

Antigen testing is a rapid test that can be completed in less than an hour. Molecular tests usually take days before results are made available.

Logan County remains at one death, which was reported on April 29.

County Breakdown as of September 14, 2020:

Guthrie — 176 total cases — 150 recoveries — 26 active cases
Crescent — 38 total cases — 36 recoveries — 2 active cases
Mulhall — 4 total cases — 4 recoveries — 0 active cases
Langston — 8 total cases — 6 recoveries — 2 active cases
Coyle — 6 total cases — 6 recovery — 0 active cases
Unincorporated Areas — 131 total cases — 106 recoveries — 24 active cases — 1 death


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