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Coronavirus in Oklahoma daily update: 148 new cases; five new deaths

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Oklahoma's number of positive COVID-19 cases now stands at 5,680, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health. 

The Health Department reported five additional deaths on Thursday.

OSDH has also released a list of COVID-19 testing sites in Oklahoma. That list can be found here.

Here is a look at the latest coronavirus numbers for Oklahoma:

Cases in Oklahoma 


TotalDay over day change
Positive tests5,680+148
Recovered
4,361+95
Negative tests142,599 (to date)
Total tests administered149,447 (to date)
Hospitalizations
917+12
Currently hospitalized201 (to date)
Deaths
304+5


Cases by race

White65.77%
Unknown12.82%
American Indian or Alaska Native6.18%
Black or African American8.73%
Multiple races3.89%
Asian or Pacific Islander2.61%


Cases by age group

65+25.76%
50-6422.41%
36-4922.25%
18-3524.95%
05-173.36%
0-41.2%

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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]

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]

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Adam Kemp

Adam Kemp is a news and health reporter for The Oklahoman. He grew up in Oklahoma City before attending Oklahoma State University. Read more ›

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