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Oklahoma surpassed a devastating milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday: 10,000 Oklahomans have now died from the disease.
Santa Fe South Was The First Oklahoma School District To Mandate Masks This Fall. Here's How It's GoingSanta Fe South Superintendent: "The very first day back where we had made the choice, 100% of our kids walked in the door with a mask on or willing to put one on with no argument."
Oklahoma schools will be given $119 million dollars from the CDC to conduct surveillance testing for COVID-19 and purchase PPE.
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Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI) has been conducting research to find out! OStateTV’s Meghan Robinson spoke with director of USRI, Dr. Jamey Jacob, and project engineering director, Victoria Natalie, to learn more about their study of the atmosphere and wind profiles at Little Sahara State Park.
A third shot of the vaccine can be given at least six months after the two-dose regimen, according to the authorization. A booster rollout could begin this week.
The complaints from the Campaign Legal Center against four Democrats and three Republicans show a trend — lawmakers failing to disclose transactions required by an insider trading law.
Some of the University of Oklahoma’s faculty, students and staff are demanding change in the administration’s handling of COVID-19 mitigation policies.
A recent CNN poll finds 36% of Americans say they still don't think President Biden legitimately won the presidency.
According to the National Weather Service, at 3:20 p.m. EDT today, the Autumnal Equinox (the moment when the length of daylight and darkness are almost perfectly equal) occurs.
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