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1,777 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 30 at 11:42 a.m.

1,777 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Friday, for a total of 480,635 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 1,351 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,731. That's an increase of eight from the previous day's report.

Just 40.1 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 11 states for vaccine rollout.

Oklahoma's Medical Community Raises Hospital Capacity Concerns As COVID Infections, Hospitalizations Grow

Updated July 30 at 4:31 a.m.

After a few weeks of consistent growth, Oklahoma’s COVID-19 spread has taken off.

New cases are up by more than 67% this week over the prior week, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s latest epidemiological report. As of Thursday’s daily report, more than 10,000 Oklahomans currently have COVID.

State medical experts attribute the sharp increase to two things: the emergence of the Delta variant, which spreads much more rapidly, and Oklahoma’s low vaccination rate, which has plateaued at about 40%.

Throughout the spring and early summer, Oklahoma’s daily coronavirus hospitalizations lingered around 200. After increasing rapidly through July, they’ve now tripled.

More than 600 people are in the hospital and about a third of them are in the intensive care unit. That's caused Oklahoma's medical community to again sound concern for hospital capacity.

Dr. Mary Clarke, the president of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, noted that non-COVID demand for hospital space is already very high.

"There are a lot of hospitals already in Oklahoma that are on divert, which means they don't have inpatient space to allow ambulances to come to the emergency room," Clarke said.

Clarke is a physician in Stillwater. The hospital there, during the surge this winter, converted conference space to a non-COVID wing to shore up space for COVID-19 patients. That was possible only under an emergency order by the governor. Gov. Kevin Stitt announced last week he didn’t plan to issue another order.

As cases continue to spike, Clarke and other leaders are calling for that order, and for Oklahomans to prepare for renewed strain on hospitals. They’re reiterating that vaccination is one of the best tools to prevent the kind of spikes we saw over the winter.

Stitt's refusal to declare a state of emergency also means school districts and universities won’t have the legal permission to implement mask mandates.

Oklahoma State University Offers Incentives For Students To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Updated July 29 at 2:33 p.m.

Oklahoma State University wants as many of its Cowpokes to get 'poked' before classes start again this fall.

That’s why the university is offering raffle prizes like scholarships, iPads and parking passes to students as part of its 'Poke-a-thon' campaign.

While almost 600 universities around the country are requiring students to get the COVID-19 vaccine, Oklahoma colleges can't do that thanks to Senate Bill 658. The law, that went into effect at the beginning of July, prevents coronavirus vaccine mandates by educational institutions.

The list of incentives for OSU students getting vaccinated include:

  • Three $3,500 Bursar scholarships in the form of Bursar credit
  • Two suite tickets to a Cowboy football home game
  • Two club-level tickets to a Cowboy football home game
  • Two Fan Experience packages at a Cowboy football home game
  • Two Apple iPads
  • Two Apple Airpods
  • Five $50 gift cards for campus dining
  • 10 $100 gift cards for the University Store
  • 10 free parking passes
  • Three free campus bike rentals
  • Giveaways from local Stillwater businesses

OSU students will upload proof of their vaccination to the University Health Services (UHS) portal. Submission of the vaccination card is their entry into a raffle, which will occur every week for eight weeks beginning Aug. 18. Students who received their vaccination through UHS will be automatically entered in the raffle.

UHS will offer pop-up vaccination clinics on campus throughout August and Payne County Health Department will also offer vaccinations during the Lights on Stillwater event at Boone Pickens Stadium, between 7 and 9 p.m. on Aug. 18.

The university will encourage students to use the #pokeathon hashtag while posting about getting their vaccines on social media.

OSU also announced Thursday that it is encouraging students, faculty and staff to wear masks indoors on campus to comply with new CDC guidelines on masking. The university can't mandate masks because of the same state law that bars vaccinations.

The latest state epidemiology report shows that just 26 percent of Oklahomans between the ages of 18 and 24 are fully vaccinated.

1,806 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 29 at 12:45 p.m.

1,806 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Thursday, for a total of 478,858 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 1,268 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,723. That's an increase of 10 from the previous day's report.

Just 40 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 11 states for vaccine rollout.

1,474 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 28 at 11:22 a.m.

1,474 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Wednesday, for a total of 477,052 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 1,236 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,713. That's an increase of six from the previous day's report.

Just 40 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 11 states for vaccine rollout.

U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas Urging More Oklahomans To Get Vaccinated

Updated July 28 at 10:55 a.m.

U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas has been on a media tour this week promoting the coronavirus vaccine. The Oklahoma Congressman is urging Oklahomans to trust science and get the coronavirus vaccine.

Lucas is the top Republican on the House Science, Space and Technology Committee, which oversees most of the country’s major scientific research institutions.

"Whether it is the COVID vaccine or other things that have been developed in these programs, it's done with the highest ethical standards, it's done with the highest medical standards. It is done in a way that is the envy of the planet," said Lucas.

He said back in his district, he’s hearing the misinformation-based concerns from those hesitant to take the vaccine. He said community leaders of all kinds are responsible for amplifying the truth.

"My friends in the legislative process and the political process here in the nation's capital, on both sides of the room, need to be a little less shrill and a little more focused on the common good," he said.

This messaging comes at a critical time. Hospitalizations have again surpassed 500 daily — numbers not seen since February. The state’s vaccination rate has hit a hard plateau at about 40 percent.

733 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 27 at 11:35 a.m.

733 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Tuesday, for a total of 475,578 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 1,197 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,707. That's an increase of one from the previous day's report.

Just 39.9 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 10 states for vaccine rollout.

819 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 26 at 11:33 a.m.

819 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Monday, for a total of 474,845 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 1,159 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,706. That's an increase of 17 from the previous report on Friday.

Just 39.9 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 10 states for vaccine rollout.

1,194 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 23 at 11:25 a.m.

1,194 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Friday, for a total of 471,176 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 938 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,689. That's an increase of four from the previous day's report.

Just 39.7 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 10 states for vaccine rollout.

District-Wide Mask Mandates Are Unlikely This Fall In Oklahoma Schools. But What About In Individual Classrooms?

Updated July 22 at 4:20 p.m.

A new state law prohibits school districts from mandating students wear masks.

But what about individual teachers in their own classrooms?

Senate Bill 658 does not specifically address teachers, instead saying a mask mandate can only be implemented during a Governor-declared state of emergency by boards governing an educational institution in the state.

So it might seem like a teacher could require students to wear a mask in their individual classroom.

But it’s not that simple, according to Oklahoma’s State Department of Education.

“Although the statutory language itself doesn't address potential classroom-level mask policies, it would not be authorized for an individual teacher to set a literal mandate for wearing a mask in their classroom, in the same way a teacher couldn't impose a different dress code to apply specifically in their classroom and eject or penalize students who don't follow those classroom-specific variations on board adopted policies,” according to a statement sent to StateImpact by department spokeswoman Carrie Burkhart.

That doesn’t mean a teacher can’t request students wear a mask in their classroom, or even provide a student with a mask.

“A district could potentially adopt a policy restricting this as well, but we're not aware of anything like that so far, and such a policy could presumably be challenged by a teacher with significant health risks,” Burkhart wrote.

1,581 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 22 at 11:48 a.m.

1,581 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Thursday, for a total of 469,982 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 875 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,685. That's an increase of five from the previous day's report.

Just 39.6 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 10 states for vaccine rollout.

1,203 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 21 at 11:30 a.m.

1,203 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Wednesday, for a total of 468,401 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 750 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,677. That's an increase of five from the previous day's report.

'Stuck Between A Rock And A Hard Place': Oklahoma Medical Experts Urge Parents To Keep Their Kids Masked Up

Updated July 21 at 11:23 a.m.

As the coronavirus Delta variant spreads among children, Oklahoma medical experts are urging parents to keep their kids using masks. Physicians are noting the Delta variant appears to be having a worse effect on children than its predecessors.

"We are seeing previously healthy children coming in with COVID pneumonia, requiring oxygen," said Dr. Donna Tyungu, a pediatric infectious disease specialist with OU Health. "Last year, we didn't typically see healthy young people coming in with COVID pneumonia and needing oxygen."

Tyungu and other physicians weighed in during a weekly Healthier Oklahoma Coalition briefing on Tuesday.

Dr. Mary Clarke, a Stillwater physician and president of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, said there’s another issue at hand: Senate Bill 658. The bill, which passed the last week of session, bans all education institutions from requiring COVID-19 vaccines and from implementing mask mandates.

"We're a little bit stuck between a rock and a hard place, knowing that our legislature — current legislature — is against either of those and our administration, our governor, is against those," said Clarke.

Children 12 and older can get the vaccines, but the federal government hasn’t approved them for younger children.

But, according to the latest state epidemiology report, just 12.7% of Oklahoma children between the ages of 12 and 17 are fully vaccinated.

Vaccines are available through many doctors and pharmacies, or you can use the state's appointment portal at vaccinate.ok.gov or the federal vaccine locator at vaccinefinder.org.

465 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 20 at 11:46 a.m.

465 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Tuesday, for a total of 467,198 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 733 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,672. That's an increase of one from the previous day's report.

Just 39.6 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 10 states for vaccine rollout.

557 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 19 at 11:23 a.m.

557 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Monday, for a total of 466,733 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 691 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,671. That's an increase of five from the previous report on Friday.

Just 39.5 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 10 states for vaccine rollout.

Oklahoma's COVID-19 Case Counts Increase As Vaccinations Level Off

Updated July 19 at 4:30 a.m.

Oklahoma’s coronavirus case counts are increasing as its vaccinations level off.

As the surge in Delta variant cases makes it way into Oklahoma, the state’s active cases have risen by more than 30 percent over last week — up to nearly 3,500. Oklahoma saw its highest daily new case count in months last Wednesday, nearly 1,000.

Oklahoma’s vaccination rate is languishing, ranking in the bottom ten. Statewide, the rate is at about 39 percent, but it varies heavily county to county. For example, Oklahoma County is over 60 percent. Cimarron and Dewey counties are under 30 percent.

And new vaccinations are dropping. Throughout the spring, it was common for about 20,000 people a day to get their shots, according to data from the Oklahoma State University Rural Health Center. Throughout July, those daily figures have hovered at or below 3,000 a day.

Oklahoma Schools Receiving More Federal Relief Money

Updated July 19 at 4:00 a.m.

The U.S. Department of Education announced Thursday that Oklahoma was approved for the final round of federal relief money from the American Rescue Plan.

Almost $500 million that will be available to the state’s schools.

The final round of money represents the last third of a $1.4 billion package schools can use to mitigate the problems created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Schools will have up to three years to access the money.

The funds require schools to spend at least 20% on combating learning loss and addressing the social and emotional needs of students.

"It is heartening to see, reflected in these state plans, the ways in which states are thinking deeply about how to use American Rescue Plan funds to continue to provide critical support to schools and communities, particularly as we move into the summer and look ahead to the upcoming academic year," U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona said in a release.

The federal funds have been a windfall for Oklahoma schools, allowing them to beef up summer school programs and hire hundreds of counselors across the state.

750 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 16 at 11:11 a.m.

750 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Friday, for a total of 464,607 cases since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 561 infections in the past week.

The state's provisional death count now stands at 8,666 - an increase of six from the previous day's report.

705 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 15 at 11:13 a.m.

705 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Thursday, for a total of 463,857 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 532 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,660. That's an increase of seven from the previous day's report.

Just 39.2 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, placing Oklahoma in the bottom 10 states for vaccine rollout.

1,082 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 14 at 1:26 p.m.

1,082 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Wednesday, for a total of 463,152 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 497 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,654. That's an increase of 13 from the previous day's report.

Just 39.2 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, ranking the state 40th out of 50 in vaccine rollout.

As Coronavirus Variant Spreads, Medical Experts Urge Oklahoma To Plan For Another Surge

Updated July 14 at 4:51 a.m.

As coronavirus cases continue to climb, Oklahoma’s medical community is urging the state to consider planning for another surge.

After a stark rise in Missouri and Arkansas, northeast Oklahoma has been seeing positivity rates rise. Dr. David Kendrick, the department chair of medical informatics at the OU School of Community Medicine, says that trend has now made its way to Tulsa.

"The Tulsa community, we have, at 13.7% positivity, and you can see that rise started a few weeks ago, in contrast to Oklahoma City, where that rise really just began about a week ago, from below 2% to 5.8%," Kendrick said.

Patti Davis, the president of the Oklahoma Hospital Association, says it might be tough to consider going back to mitigation measures.

"We need to have the conversation now. We know from last fall that the numbers increased rapidly," Davis said.

Kendrick, Davis and others say those concerned about breakthrough infections, especially with the new variants, should continue to wear masks and consider avoiding crowds.

177 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 13 at 12:47 p.m.

177 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Tuesday, for a total of 462,070 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 364 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,641. That's an increase of one from the previous day's report.

300 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 12 at 12:26 p.m.

300 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Monday, for a total of 461,893 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 384 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,640. No additional deaths have been reported since Friday.

Just 39.1 percent of Oklahoma's population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, ranking the state 40th out of 50 in vaccine rollout.

Oklahoma Health Officials Urge Young People To Get Vaccinated

Updated July 12 at 4:00 a.m.

Oklahoma’s overall vaccination rate ranks among the worst in the nation, but some age groups are worse than others.

During a press briefing on Friday, Oklahoma State Department of Health officials raised concerns about rates among those under 34, especially teenagers.

According to the latest state epidemiology report, just 22.8% of Oklahomans between the ages of 12 and 35 are fully vaccinated. For those between the ages of 12 and 17, that number is only 11.8%.

Stone and other health officials said that upping those rates is the best way to ensure in-person schooling in the fall.

Vaccines are available through many doctors and pharmacies, or you can use the state's appointment portal at vaccinate.ok.gov or the federal vaccine locator at vaccinefinder.org.

Less than 39 percent of Oklahomans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, ranking the state 40th in vaccine rollout.

551 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 9 at 11:11 a.m.

551 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Friday, for a total of 460,682 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 314 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,640. That's an increase of three from the previous day's report.

456 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 8 at 11:10 a.m.

456 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Thursday, for a total of 460,131 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 279 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,637. That's an increase of seven from the previous day's report.

Health Officials Warn Delta Coronavirus Variant Poses Several Risks To Oklahomans

Updated July 7 at 1:58 p.m.

The highly contagious delta coronavirus variant poses several risks to Oklahomans, and doctors are seeing some differences between it and old strains of the virus.

The variant spreads more easily, taking only seconds of exposure. It can also fly under the radar at first, since initial symptoms look different from what we’re used to.

Dr. Sam Ratermann is the president of the Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians and works at INTEGRIS Grove Hospital in northeast Oklahoma, which has become a recent hot spot.

"I think the symptoms of the delta variant have changed a little bit," said Ratermann. I don't know if we're seeing as much of the loss, a sense of taste and smell. Certainly, it doesn't seem to be as quick with the patients that I've been taking care of. So those patients have had more of the headache and sore throat."

The variant has created a new wave of infections in Missouri, which is now experiencing the kind of hospital and ICU bed shortages Oklahoma did over the winter.

Ratermann and other medical experts in the Healthier Oklahoma Coalition are recommending vaccines and continued use of the three W’s — wash your hands, wear a mask and watch your distance.

151 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 7 at 11:47 a.m.

151 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Wednesday, for a total of 459,675 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 261 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, stands at 8,630. That's an increase of 14 from the previous day's report.

Oklahoma Musician Sanford Clark Dies From COVID-19

Updated July 6 at 2:38 p.m.

Rockabilly and country musician Sanford Clark has died.

Clark had been receiving cancer treatment at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Missouri before contracting the coronavirus.

The Tulsa-born musician's breakout recording of "The Fool" peaked at number seven on the Billboard Top 100 chart in 1956.

The song was written by fellow Oklahoman Lee Hazlewood and later covered by Elvis Presley and The Animals.

Clark would later tour with Ray Price and Roy Orbison and have minor success before retiring from the music business in the late 1960s.

Clark died on Sunday at the age of 85.

319 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 6 at 12:30 p.m.

319 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Tuesday, for a total of 459,524 since March 2020.

Oklahoma is reporting an average of 278 infections per day in the past week.

Oklahoma's Provisional Death Count, which reflects COVID-19 deaths based on death certificates, remains at 8,616. No additional deaths were reported.

303 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 2 at 11:39 a.m.

303 new infections of the Coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Friday. That brings the total number of cases to 458,483 since March 2020.

State health officials are also reporting an average of 225 infections per day over the past week.

Oklahoma’s provisional death count now stands at 8,616 - an increase of 10 deaths from Thursday's report.

329 New Coronavirus Infections In Oklahoma

Updated July 1 at 11:40 a.m.

329 new infections of the coronavirus were confirmed in Oklahoma on Thursday. That brings the total number of cases to 458,180 since March 2020.

State health officials are also reporting an average of 213 infections per day over the past week.

Oklahoma's provisional death count now stands at 8,606 - an increase of five deaths from Wednesday's report.

Vaccination Gap Widening Between Urban and Rural Oklahoma

Updated July 1 at 9:44 a.m.

Urban Oklahomans are getting COVID-19 vaccines at a much higher rate than their rural counterparts, resulting in a widening vaccine gap between the two.

According to data from the Oklahoma State University Center for Rural Health, vaccination rates mirrored each other through March.

At the end of that month, both were at 17% fully vaccinated. Those rates began diverging in April. As of Tuesday, 39% of urban Oklahoma is fully vaccinated. Rural is at 30%.

There are likely many factors at play, but one could be vaccine hesitancy in rural areas.

The University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation released national data on hesitancy. As of mid-June, Oklahoma’s share of hesitant residents skewed rural.

The county with the highest hesitancy rate was Woodward County, with nearly half of respondents saying they probably or definitely won’t get vaccinated.

Counties along the state’s southeastern border were also highly hesitant.

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