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Coronavirus in Oklahoma update: State passes 1,000 deaths as 990 more infections reported

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 990 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. That brings the total number of cases since the pandemic began in the state to 83,510.

The Health Department also reported 11 new coronavirus-related deaths, pushing the total number of deaths to 1,004.

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 tests83,510
+990
Active cases12,752
+136
Recovered
69,754
+843
Negative tests1,058,144 (as of 9/25)
Total tests administered1,153,358 (as of 9/25)
Hospitalized ever
6,130 (as of 9/25)
Currently hospitalized590 (as of 9/25)
Deaths
1,004+11


OKLAHOMA CASES BY RACE

White56.8%
Hispanic/Latino (can be any race)
18.8%
Black or African American
7.1%
American Indian or Alaska Native
9.8%
Asian or Pacific Islander3.3%
Other & Multiple Races3.9%

** Note: 19.3% did not report race, 21.4% did not report ethnicity

OKLAHOMA CASES BY AGE GROUP

18-3536.51%
36-4921.29%
50-6417.4%
65+13.38%
05-179.42%
0-41.99%

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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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