Oklahoma now has 44 positive cases of COVID-19, up from 29 yesterday. This includes the second case in a child aged 4 or younger.
There are 13 Oklahoma Counties that have positive cases of COVID-19. Oklahoma County accounts for 40 percent of the cases with 18. Cleveland County has eight and Tulsa County has five.
There have also been 466 cases that tested negative - with 250 cases still pending.
Oklahomans can now call the COVID-19 hotline by dialing 2-1-1 from any phone. The hotline gives general information, local updates, where to find supplies and provides information for individuals who don’t have a health care provider.