The Oklahoma State Department of Health has now confirmed that there are seven total confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, including the three already reported from Tulsa.
The cases are in Cleveland, Payne and Tulsa counties. In each case, health officials are working with the victims to determine every person they’ve had close contact with to figure out who needs to be tested further.
Six of the cases have been in people between 18 and 64. Only one has been older than 64. Five are females, two are males.
The state’s COVID-19 hotline is open at 877-215-8336.
UPDATE: There are now eight confirmed cases, the eighth in Kay County.