Seventh COVID-19 case reported in Logan County; nearly 700 across state have recovered

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

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported a new COVID-19 case in Logan County to move the total to seven in the county. Across the state, the number is now nearly 1,700.

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The latest numbers from the OSDH shows 1,684 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. On Wednesday, an additional 74 patients had recover to move the total number to 686.

For Logan County, the new case is the first since April 3.

The Logan County Health Department was conducting a drive through mobile testing site at the county fairgrounds on Thursday.

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.

The death total now stands at 80 for the state with no deaths being reported in Logan County.

On Wednesday, OSDH reported 65.8% of the deceased had at least one comorbidity (diabetes, heart disease or circulatory disease, chronic lung disease, liver disease, or renal failure).

COVID-19 Cases by Age Group

  • 00-04: 15 cases
  • 05-17: 25 cases
  • 18-35: 299 cases, 2 death
  • 36-49: 352 cases, 3 death
  • 50-64: 447 cases, 11 deaths
  • 65+: 546 cases, 64 deaths

COVID-19 Cases by Gender

  • Female: 896 cases, 37 deaths
  • Male: 788 cases, 43 deaths
This chart follows the COVID-19 numbers that were released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health on April 9, 2020.

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1 Comment on "Seventh COVID-19 case reported in Logan County; nearly 700 across state have recovered"

  1. All council members should be recalled for shutting down Guthrie, because that is basically the end result.
    https://www.change.org/p/oklahomans-demand-governor-stitt-reopen-oklahoma-for-business

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