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On March 20, after six days of illness, a 77-year-old man was rushed to the hospital because he was experiencing fever, weakness and shortness of breath.

His heart stopped on the way and he died shortly after arrival.

The day before, a disabled 42-year-old man was admitted in critical condition to a community hospital with fever, shortness of breath and cough. He survived only a few hours.

They would become the first to be autopsied in Oklahoma who have tested positive for COVID-19.

They won't be the last.

Oklahoma's chief medical examiner, Dr. Eric Pfeifer, said he thinks his office should be testing all deaths that fall under its jurisdiction — even homicides — to get a better idea of the prevalence of the coronavirus.

"I think that's the only way to get a true baseline of what's out there," he said Saturday.

"To test all deaths we examine, we would need approximately 8,000 swab kits (per) year and a special freezer to maintain the specimens until they can be sent for outside testing," he said.

He and his pathologists already are examining several suspected and confirmed cases per week, he said.

"They are definitely on the front lines," he said of his team.

"Our investigators have been asking family or friends of the decedents about COVID symptoms prior to death in all cases," he said. "If it’s suspicious for coronavirus, we have been collecting specimens for testing by the Health Department. If there is no history of COVID symptoms, we had not been routinely collecting specimens for testing. In the beginning of this pandemic, outside testing ... was limited to the living only."

Pfeifer himself was scheduled to do autopsies involving three suspected cases Sunday. In two of the cases, the person had died at home, he said.

Three of his pathologists wrote about the autopsies of the 77-year-old man and the 42-year-old man for the American Journal of Clinical Pathology. They also wrote about the precautions taken.

The chief medical examiner spoke proudly of the article, saying it was the first in the English language to report complete autopsy findings in COVID-19 cases. The article was published Friday.

"The journal fast-tracked the publication because it's extremely important," he said.

In the article, the pathologists noted that the older man reportedly had not taken any precautions and was exposed to numerous potential sources of infection. While he had fevers and chills for six days, he had not been coughing.

The older man's cause of death was listed as COVID-19, with coronary artery disease listed as a contributing factor. COVID-19 had caused diffuse damage to the area of the lung where the blood gets oxygen, they explained in more technical terms.

The younger man had last been in public six days before his death, on March 13, to eat at a restaurant. His family had visited the grocery store and gone to work during this time but were not sick, according to the article.

His cause of death was listed as cirrhosis of the liver with muscular dystrophy, pneumonia and COVID-19 listed as other significant conditions. "Therefore, this patient likely died with COVID-19, not from COVID-19," the doctors wrote.

"These cases illustrate the challenges that pathologists and the medical community at large will face in determining the cause of death in decedents who test positive," they wrote. "As we are continuing to receive unattended decedents with a history of suspected COVID-19, we are trying to increase the efficiency of our work flow and decrease the risk of exposure."

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<strong>Oklahoma's chief medical examiner, Dr. Eric Pfeife. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</strong>

Oklahoma's chief medical examiner, Dr. Eric Pfeife. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]

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[Photo by Doug Hoke/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Goro Ramen patio sits empty in The Plaza District, usually crowded on a Friday night, is bare because of the stay-at-home orders issued my Mayor Holt and Governor Stitt to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Friday, March 27, 2020. [Photo by Doug Hoke/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-efe702f23346e2b0eede6f4b30685e21.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-57677903c3e41f1aa8e7059cb034225c.jpg" alt="Photo - A truck drives through Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A truck drives through Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A truck drives through Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-aca969c2736f181887de11e41562a448.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty streets along the Dr. G. E. Finely bridge on N. Walnut looking south towards Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty streets along the Dr. G. E. Finely bridge on N. Walnut looking south towards Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty streets along the Dr. G. E. Finely bridge on N. Walnut looking south towards Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-d8461c3841cd39a64d783429cb602f6f.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-be83145cd6c3ec74293890226104c761.jpg" alt="Photo - Two people walk across an empty Bricktown parking lot in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Two people walk across an empty Bricktown parking lot in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Two people walk across an empty Bricktown parking lot in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-765243d1329b62bb96d7bb8a8343de97.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty streets in Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty streets in Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty streets in Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-7f31c41a7f95a321bfe653f62b3b292f.jpg" alt="Photo - An empty street car in the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="An empty street car in the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>An empty street car in the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-118e91e393b46375f3a11bf695470422.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty streets in Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty streets in Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty streets in Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-1a53cee4b0099f0c29063dd3fdcbb73f.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-fb89c699be16d2f87c53c2d359b446c4.jpg" alt="Photo - The Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="The Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>The Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-db9c8c865582beaae49df638473e1112.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ee474c77e108985775548d8453de7cb6.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-865242b14764c3a1842b4b62be3bc43a.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty sidewalks along the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 27, 2020. 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[Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty streets are picture in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-54c9334cddd4bb2a6cfacf3c8baa877e.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty streets are picture in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty streets are picture in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty streets are picture in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-32a103db6c2ac600401e304008e37ca5.jpg" alt="Photo - James E. McNellie's Public House is pictured in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="James E. McNellie's Public House is pictured in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>James E. McNellie's Public House is pictured in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-330c881995abac55f3c98772a3b4d5a4.jpg" alt="Photo - Empty streets are picture in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Empty streets are picture in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Empty streets are picture in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-1f1738ed68e428c7dd11ab68b24d127b.jpg" alt="Photo - The Jones Assembly is pictured in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="The Jones Assembly is pictured in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>The Jones Assembly is pictured in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-c10538a0313c2702460f1e7b3b3c2062.jpg" alt="Photo - James E. McNellie's Public House is pictured in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="James E. McNellie's Public House is pictured in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>James E. McNellie's Public House is pictured in Midtown in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday, March 27, 2020. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-19ba4815c0ffde65678f8a67cf8b9fc6.jpg" alt="Photo - Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-0af9be08a346dc738501ec7f6154b7a2.jpg" alt="Photo - Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-6a0f13e65c3ddbc3e282decea8955724.jpg" alt="Photo - Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-4b64c357f5f3c8bbfd59cf95b567d293.jpg" alt="Photo - Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-6e59dcc3c590c40cf570facb1bc6fecb.jpg" alt="Photo - Rumble waves to medical staff during a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Rumble waves to medical staff during a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Rumble waves to medical staff during a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-573fd0098679e566086e81a6210e548d.jpg" alt="Photo - Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-69cb109d581393dda0ad533de38d58ef.jpg" alt="Photo - A person records a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="A person records a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A person records a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-b4e3e2fc3b7b8fa14525cd18582dae87.jpg" alt="Photo - Rumble waves to medical staff during a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Rumble waves to medical staff during a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Rumble waves to medical staff during a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-14845427d72073bc95b6161eb0df6bb7.jpg" alt="Photo - A person records a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="A person records a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A person records a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-5e6e977d234f94c0324e87ba62ee8bc3.jpg" alt="Photo - Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Medical staff wave to a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-c5a54a2ed3b7957c6402c676467bf417.jpg" alt="Photo - People watch a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]" title="People watch a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>People watch a parade of emergency vehicles during a headlights and flashing lights for Hope at the Chidlren's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 3, 2020. The Oklahoma City Police, Oklahoma City Fire Department, OU Police, EMSA, Oklahoma County Sheriffs and Oklahoma City Thunder mascot Rumble paraded around the OU Medical Center to show support for medical staff and patients at the of the Children's Hospital and the campus. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-9f42ba1ec4467bf88c402a50713baeed.jpg" alt="Photo - Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ab1c6636fc12b5612123760430733900.jpg" alt="Photo - Rep. John Pfeiffer stands outside the House chamber during a special session of the House of Representatives at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Rep. John Pfeiffer stands outside the House chamber during a special session of the House of Representatives at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Rep. John Pfeiffer stands outside the House chamber during a special session of the House of Representatives at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-a8e40cef9d731fa0282da3c9ff853b9f.jpg" alt="Photo - Phillip Parker with the Oklahoma State Department of Health checks the temperature of Sen. Mart Quinn as he enters the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Phillip Parker with the Oklahoma State Department of Health checks the temperature of Sen. Mart Quinn as he enters the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Phillip Parker with the Oklahoma State Department of Health checks the temperature of Sen. Mart Quinn as he enters the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-3834899d3371b0953f4c6415c36c6cbe.jpg" alt="Photo - Rep. Jon Echols and Rep. Emily Virgin sit at their desks during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Rep. Jon Echols and Rep. Emily Virgin sit at their desks during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Rep. Jon Echols and Rep. Emily Virgin sit at their desks during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-b605ca1b70e54fd991bb574184dd9bc6.jpg" alt="Photo - The Catastrophic Health Emergency Powers Act passes during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="The Catastrophic Health Emergency Powers Act passes during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>The Catastrophic Health Emergency Powers Act passes during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-91bd6c1f9d084106edd6578b09ebc699.jpg" alt="Photo - Rep. Andy Fugate watches a special session of the House of Representatives from his office at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Rep. Andy Fugate watches a special session of the House of Representatives from his office at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Rep. Andy Fugate watches a special session of the House of Representatives from his office at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ab0456fd39ed26e8bbd95e5345703709.jpg" alt="Photo - Phillip Parker with the Oklahoma State Department of Health checks the temperature of Sen. Greg Treat as he enters the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Phillip Parker with the Oklahoma State Department of Health checks the temperature of Sen. Greg Treat as he enters the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Phillip Parker with the Oklahoma State Department of Health checks the temperature of Sen. Greg Treat as he enters the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ede02e7be7dab3331855fa641ee57485.jpg" alt="Photo - A skeleton crew of lawmakers inside the House chamber during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="A skeleton crew of lawmakers inside the House chamber during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>A skeleton crew of lawmakers inside the House chamber during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ca876393eba8f86004f96049d92d2938.jpg" alt="Photo - Rep. Brian Hill looks inside his desk before a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Rep. Brian Hill looks inside his desk before a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Rep. Brian Hill looks inside his desk before a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ada8afb211ff2111865351c8d824fde2.jpg" alt="Photo - Rep. Jon Echols sits at his desk during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Rep. Jon Echols sits at his desk during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Rep. Jon Echols sits at his desk during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-36edc6440305036939b164d96336d9ac.jpg" alt="Photo - Rep. Andy Fugate watches a special session of the House of Representatives from his office at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Rep. Andy Fugate watches a special session of the House of Representatives from his office at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Rep. Andy Fugate watches a special session of the House of Representatives from his office at state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-3fe9458752e5ded1815ef27b1f679a2e.jpg" alt="Photo - Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-9307f76b763e338ea74f8f8442a9ea0c.jpg" alt="Photo - Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Representatives enter the House chamber to vote during a special session of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 6, 2020. A skeleton crew of lawmakers was allowed in the House chamber as others watched from their offices during a special session of the House of Representatives. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-6d35a4d5fd1cbeb759d4034a808c488b.jpg" alt="Photo - Signs hand on the fence for students to see as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Signs hand on the fence for students to see as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Signs hand on the fence for students to see as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-55f970141a14f1e3f06792550d4dec02.jpg" alt="Photo - Prairie Queen Elementary teachers Veronica Ramirez, right, and Jocelyn Aguilar handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Prairie Queen Elementary teachers Veronica Ramirez, right, and Jocelyn Aguilar handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Prairie Queen Elementary teachers Veronica Ramirez, right, and Jocelyn Aguilar handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-c4f01fcbb75f11646a53044aa54b5a30.jpg" alt="Photo - Cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-9350a953e0eacaa26f83d880fe9159c0.jpg" alt="Photo - Maribel Sierra brings out a meal as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Maribel Sierra brings out a meal as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Maribel Sierra brings out a meal as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-689e8254b030ef8b98cd9eb56ec5bc6e.jpg" alt="Photo - Distant learning packets are ready to be handed out at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Distant learning packets are ready to be handed out at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Distant learning packets are ready to be handed out at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-f0ff5f32d65f7be80548ae4c7d1811be.jpg" alt="Photo - Prairie Queen Elementary teacher Veronica Ramirez prepares to handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Prairie Queen Elementary teacher Veronica Ramirez prepares to handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Prairie Queen Elementary teacher Veronica Ramirez prepares to handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-d9632ec6a2e6cd95cd16a2639a5e3004.jpg" alt="Photo - Maribel Sierra brings out a meal as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Maribel Sierra brings out a meal as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Maribel Sierra brings out a meal as cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-a708dc477a70527515ac6d8f14896e7f.jpg" alt="Photo - Prairie Queen Elementary principal Lisa West prepares to handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Prairie Queen Elementary principal Lisa West prepares to handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Prairie Queen Elementary principal Lisa West prepares to handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-d1cb98e21cd4248b72691151fa902d28.jpg" alt="Photo - Prairie Queen Elementary teacher Veronica Ramirez hands out a distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Prairie Queen Elementary teacher Veronica Ramirez hands out a distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Prairie Queen Elementary teacher Veronica Ramirez hands out a distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-05ac2b7014f99062c53b50f05db0f9e9.jpg" alt="Photo - Prairie Queen Elementary teachers Jocelyn Aguilar, left, and Veronica Ramirez handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Prairie Queen Elementary teachers Jocelyn Aguilar, left, and Veronica Ramirez handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Prairie Queen Elementary teachers Jocelyn Aguilar, left, and Veronica Ramirez handout distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-573ade3b274e6a8542111fe32a87574c.jpg" alt="Photo - Cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Cars line up for distribution of meals and distant learning packets at Prairie Queen Elementary in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-b0a7160893a6b40e140bb8b7e6bdb400.jpg" alt="Photo - Prairie Queen Elementary principal Lisa West talks to the media as the school's staff began handing out distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Prairie Queen Elementary principal Lisa West talks to the media as the school's staff began handing out distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Prairie Queen Elementary principal Lisa West talks to the media as the school's staff began handing out distant learning packets at the school in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Monday, April 6, 2020. Oklahoma City Public Schools and other districts across the state began their first day of handing out the distant learning packets. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-1f974e4f7f31d64a8eb595dee26a21b8.jpg" alt="Photo - Sheryl Kline, of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps., gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Sheryl Kline, of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps., gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Sheryl Kline, of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps., gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-00aa1d516f0ac8d3178dba44dd445298.jpg" alt="Photo - Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-78eea081c0a2b8e02acac1ad7c998bfa.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-58ea1b69b76bb8188d64fb209a8e65ef.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-e255489c049e6150a8444f2583c16b39.jpg" alt="Photo - Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-bcb3cb7ab74f74db981a1cd39824f1f9.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-e8614c10739b647dbbc5e019e8f8b95c.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-5b0560f17d405bc0c8a841ff4e291fcf.jpg" alt="Photo - Integris Medical Group's infectious disease specialist David Chansolme MD, left, speaks as Gov. Kevin Stitt listens during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Integris Medical Group's infectious disease specialist David Chansolme MD, left, speaks as Gov. Kevin Stitt listens during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Integris Medical Group's infectious disease specialist David Chansolme MD, left, speaks as Gov. Kevin Stitt listens during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ddb9618f6dbbd728e1d337f916121db1.jpg" alt="Photo - Fred Leighty gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Fred Leighty gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Fred Leighty gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-a91a7b632116f5355db13fee8adaf21e.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-a15bd653692a51adfb44919b0d185341.jpg" alt="Photo - Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco, left, speaks as Gov. Kevin Stitt listens during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco, left, speaks as Gov. Kevin Stitt listens during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco, left, speaks as Gov. Kevin Stitt listens during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-96baa4854be9c6c44eca16d5a61dab06.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-dcfaed4e2bea14106aff04d71c00d471.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-f923573ae96a81ceda835365694a71a1.jpg" alt="Photo - A worker walks past boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="A worker walks past boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>A worker walks past boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ef48af08419c0f499d83e9a779ee351e.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-490c31b8d9578351692b3fef6a11e4bb.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-373791a78e4695cd7da11f8a481be925.jpg" alt="Photo - Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-3e045d2cf35860f9a9830b00513c8a56.jpg" alt="Photo - Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-363ac4b7c7b75d00f4e5645b1175e336.jpg" alt="Photo - Member of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps. Prepare boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Member of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps. Prepare boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Member of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps. Prepare boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-730add04c6df66918fe6d95010f35c2b.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-454cae123baced63310c1034f37b81fe.jpg" alt="Photo - Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Executive Director Robin Roberson speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Executive Director Robin Roberson speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Executive Director Robin Roberson speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-20f154b1c56040dd4f967a5ad5f8c3d9.jpg" alt="Photo - Teri Murphy, left, Sheryl Kline, of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps., gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Teri Murphy, left, Sheryl Kline, of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps., gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Teri Murphy, left, Sheryl Kline, of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps., gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-6dad728fd98770e415955c487af29815.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-bd7afee0722bd9a6db4d9a48573ed058.jpg" alt="Photo - Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Personal protection equipment (PPE) czar Gino DeMarco speaks during a press conference in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 where the State of Oklahoma has amassed it stockpile of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for the State's COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-7b7d07b9ff628d9f7f34a9940bbe886a.jpg" alt="Photo - Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] " title="Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response. [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-a41d95e2fa0024cb0b0b27f29e41ecd0.jpg" alt="Photo - Fred Leighty gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman]" title="Fred Leighty gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Fred Leighty gathers boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to send out to facilities in the state at a warehouse where the State of Oklahoma has amassed a stockpile for its COVID-19 response in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a [Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-88b01b01d323afc5071ffdb9fee6ede5.jpg" alt="Photo - Kia Johnson, right, and Cheryl Boylow load food and supplies into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Kia Johnson, right, and Cheryl Boylow load food and supplies into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Kia Johnson, right, and Cheryl Boylow load food and supplies into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-0c4af1a5f83abbfec4872f1c86964e66.jpg" alt="Photo - People load food into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="People load food into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>People load food into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-0a517052673fa558509dbe258e554b7f.jpg" alt="Photo - People load food into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="People load food into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>People load food into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-34e0be11e02631c145c9b02023057696.jpg" alt="Photo - at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-1e7c4a05ced468e96630176f247f30ee.jpg" alt="Photo - Kia Johnson directs traffic as food is loading into people's cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Kia Johnson directs traffic as food is loading into people's cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Kia Johnson directs traffic as food is loading into people's cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-1dae2fa17e689ef00357714792427f82.jpg" alt="Photo - Traffic is pictured at North Kelley Ave., and E. Wilshire Blvd. near People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Traffic is pictured at North Kelley Ave., and E. Wilshire Blvd. near People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Traffic is pictured at North Kelley Ave., and E. Wilshire Blvd. near People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-646273a4d0f668cfa5cc832fe4189d8d.jpg" alt="Photo - Traffic is lined up on Britton Road near People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles and hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Traffic is lined up on Britton Road near People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles and hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Traffic is lined up on Britton Road near People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles and hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-49cfe1e8fc6ad51172835dc476c85881.jpg" alt="Photo - Kia Johnson, right, and Cheryl Boylow load food and supplies into cars at People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Kia Johnson, right, and Cheryl Boylow load food and supplies into cars at People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Kia Johnson, right, and Cheryl Boylow load food and supplies into cars at People’s Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-3217abece2910daa1d2656ae9f44b4a5.jpg" alt="Photo - Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-8b3726751ab6d73b8c8232185576ee30.jpg" alt="Photo - Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-afcd269fb2448aca5cdd8acbfb167b2c.jpg" alt="Photo - Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Larry J. McNeal loads supplies and groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-efd24486eaf134f7918d16b694a886b2.jpg" alt="Photo - Cheryl Boylow loads groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] " title="Cheryl Boylow loads groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>Cheryl Boylow loads groceries into cars at PeopleÕs Church, 800 E. Britton Rd., in Oklahoma City, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Cars lined up for miles for hours as the church members gave away 6,000 pounds of free groceries and supplies. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-2ed0c11ad5ab6a84b774c7d28aa9cbb1.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from Christian Potts at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] " title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from Christian Potts at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] "><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from Christian Potts at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-d6c2abcecbab843678dea71bf4dcd437.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a women at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a women at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a women at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-a6ac07c63d2f7c09a3b71af8b4ce6c36.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a man inside a vehicle at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a man inside a vehicle at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a man inside a vehicle at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-56b2822e428af54a45fd21d5c749d486.jpg" alt="Photo - Caution tape surrounds a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Caution tape surrounds a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Caution tape surrounds a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-579bab0150761e2833b0ee6da2f90843.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee seals a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee seals a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee seals a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-744f72b39e00a369f2da1a9e2df41867.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee stands by a table while working at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee stands by a table while working at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee stands by a table while working at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-fc7c8c9207ee714bca6ba8c644795c26.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a man at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a man at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a man at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-72c35b66d2d5767e2a6494c1e9e5ef74.jpg" alt="Photo - Cleveland County Health Department employees collect a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Cleveland County Health Department employees collect a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Cleveland County Health Department employees collect a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-94478c62936c82398d6ede89328643db.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee talks with a person before collecting a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee talks with a person before collecting a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee talks with a person before collecting a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-77805ca5ff26a026d2fd10eda70ac0e1.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee talks with a person at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee talks with a person at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee talks with a person at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-14ff637d9c3c3cc7ebfcd4b1f952105e.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a person inside at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a person inside at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a person inside at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-be5187ed0de69a9cb772aa7bd1994c83.jpg" alt="Photo - Cleveland County Health Department employees gather testing supplies at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Cleveland County Health Department employees gather testing supplies at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Cleveland County Health Department employees gather testing supplies at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-f7d480a59fb0f806ae10c620e67b4bab.jpg" alt="Photo - Health Commissioner Gary Cox speaks during a press conference at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Health Commissioner Gary Cox speaks during a press conference at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Health Commissioner Gary Cox speaks during a press conference at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-8eaa603666ccb9cea1ba4f04e1d842f1.jpg" alt="Photo - Health Commissioner Gary Cox speaks during a press conference at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="Health Commissioner Gary Cox speaks during a press conference at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>Health Commissioner Gary Cox speaks during a press conference at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-4439b801f02c72c06cb4e75ad33a2024.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee collects a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee collects a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee collects a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-0e1306e31361803dc33ed5cfe1f64cc8.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee collects a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee collects a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee collects a sample at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-2ac1abffbbfcb0ceb97ab38424851711.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a person inside a car at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a person inside a car at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee uses a swab to collect a sample from a person inside a car at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-630307296df5ca5c8ec1c81aec6ae293.jpg" alt="Photo - A Cleveland County Health Department employee holds a sheet paper at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]" title="A Cleveland County Health Department employee holds a sheet paper at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]"><figcaption>A Cleveland County Health Department employee holds a sheet paper at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Griffin Community Park in Norman, Okla., Thursday, April 9, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</figcaption></figure>
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