Muskogee County has four confirmed coronavirus cases the Oklahoma Department of Heath revealed today. Wagoner County has six. The state now has 248 cases, with seven people dead.
The largest number of cases (85) are in Oklahomans older than 65. Oklahoma County has the largest number of cases (73), with Tulsa County at 41.
There have been three deaths in Cleveland County, two in Oklahoma County, one in Pawnee County and one in Tulsa County from COVID-19, the illness the virus causes.
Reports of police requiring people to present papers designating them as essential workers are incorrect. Though businesses are encouraged to give their workers papers to that effect, there is no rule or law requiring anyone to possess them.