Over 70 people tested for COVID-19 at mobile site

Doctors and nurses screened patients for COVID-19 at a mobile testing site at the Logan County Fairgrounds on April 9.

Oklahoma, especially Logan County, is scrambling to catch up to the need to test people for COVID-19. For the first time since the pandemic, Logan County saw its first testing site at the Logan County Fairgrounds.

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The mobile testing site was held on Thursday from 10 – 2 p.m.

According to the Logan County Health Department, 72 people were tested with two people turned away.

The results of those tests are still pending as of Friday afternoon.

No additional information was released by health officials.

Logan County has seven confirmed cases with zero deaths, according to the latest information on Friday by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

On Friday, OSDH reported a total of 1,794 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma but 790 patients had recovered from the virus, according to OSDH.

Doctors and nurses screened patients for COVID-19 at a mobile testing site at the Logan County Fairgrounds on April 9.
This chart follows the COVID-19 numbers that were released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health on April 10, 2020.

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