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Willia C. Hunter, 94

Born March 26, 1926

Died January 21, 2021

Thelma Lucille Adcock, 90

Born May 6, 1930

Died January 20, 2021

Glenda Mae Bemo, 85

Born December 24, 1935

Died January 19, 2021

Bess Rose Yandell, 89

Born December 31, 1931

Died January 19, 2021

James T. Martin, Jr., 87

Born June 7, 1933

Died January 18, 2021

Charlotte Ann Underwood, 62

Born August 4, 1958

Died January 18, 2021

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Friday, March 20, 2020, 12:55 PM

Muskogee County has registered its first case of coronavirus infection, according to County Commissioner Ken Doke.

No other details are yet available while the State Health Department investigates.

The case brings the state’s count up to 50. Three hundred state tests have been sent to Diagnostic Labs of Oklahoma in Dallas for completion. There are 374 total tests awaiting completion.

UPDATE 1:40 PM: Doke just sent this:

After being notified by the Health Department that the first positive case in Muskogee County was confirmed, further investigation revealed that this person is not currently living in Muskogee County. Current policy for case reporting is to report confirmed cases to the county where the person resides. If this case does end up being reported as a case in Muskogee County, please know that it would only be a technicality because this person is not currently living here. The case is still under investigation. If there is any other relevant information that becomes available, we will let you know.

UPDATE 1:47 PM: The Muskogee Phoenix is reporting that Doke retracted his statement. Doke, however says that he did not speak to the Phoenix and has not retracted his statement. Doke is not the only official source on this story; city officials have all been notified through official channels as well.

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