Oklahoma reports 780 new COVID-19 cases, 9 more deaths

TO SAY CHRISTINE. VI, LL DR. DALE BRATZER SAYS WE ARE NOT OUT OF THE FOREST YET OVER 800. OKLAHOMA’S TESTS STILL POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 EVERY DAY. I DON’T THINK WE CAN SAY WE ARE OUT OF THE PANDEMY STILL IN TODAY’S HEALTERHI OKLAHOMA UPDATE DR. DALE BRATZER SAYS WHILE WE GET OUT OF DELTA VARNTIA-SURGE. WE CANNOT BE SATISFIED. EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO TAKE IS ANOTHER VARIANT FROM ANOTHER COUNTRY COMING TO THE UNITED STATES, ESPECIALLY ONE WHICH PREVIOUS INFECTIONS OR VACCINES DO NOT GIVE YOU MUCH PROTECTION AND WE COULD GO AGAIN AGAIN. I AM STILL CONCERNED THAT WE COULD SEE I AM RE-ESTABLISHMENT IN THE WINTER MONTHS, WE SEE WE SEE CASES PKEA IN SOME OF THE NORTHERN COLD STATES LIKE MICHIGAN, MONTANA, IDAHO. THESE STATES ARE LOOKING TOP NOW. YES, AS WE ALL MUST BE INSIDE. IT WILL BE THE COLD AND INFLUENTA SEASON, AND WE JUST HAVE TO REMEMBER. WHEN WE LOOK AT A SECOND OR THIRD OR FOURTH OR FIFTH WAVE. IF WE CONTINUE TO HAVE THE SPREAD OF VIRUSES, WILL WE CONTINUE WITH NEW VARIANTS THAT TALK ABOUT SO, WHY DO WE STILL SEE ONE DESIGNATED IN COVID CASES? SO VACCINATIONS CONTINUE TO GO UP AND IT ” GOOD. EVEN THOUGH WE ARE NOT ALMOST A HEIGHT THAT I THINK WE SHOULD BE ON, BUT THE OTHER THINGS THAT BECAME ME MANY PEOPLE WERE INFECTED WITH DELTA VARNTIA AND THERE ARE DEFINITELY A NATURAL IMMUNITY THAT IS COVE . THE VIRUS THAT CAUSES COVID9-1 AND GETS FROM IT. SO HEALTH FUNCTIONS ALSO KEEP A READ EYE HERE ON THE DELTA PLUS VARIANT, THEY SAY IT’S A LITTLE MORE INFECTIOUS THAN THE DELTA VARIANT. OF COURSE. WE KEEP YOU

Oklahoma reports 780 new COVID-19 cases, 9 more deaths

The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Tuesday reported 780 new COVID-19 cases across the state, bringing the total cumulative number of state positive cases to 646,132. According to the Ministry of Health, Tuesday’s seven-day rolling average for the number of new cases reported is 662. The state’s total preliminary death toll, according to the CDC / NCHS, stands at 11,393 as of Tuesday; that’s nine more deaths compared to the previous day’s update. Health officials reported that there are a total of 5,444 active cases and that the last three-day average admissions are at 456. Officials also reported that there are 17 pediatric admissions. The health department changed the way it reports COVID-19 deaths in an attempt to show a “more timely” picture of the impact of the disease in Oklahoma. OSDH officials include the preliminary death toll provided by the CDC / NCHS in the daily updates. According to the CDC, preliminary deaths provide the most complete and accurate picture of lives lost as a result of COVID-19. They are based on death certificates, which are the most reliable source of data and contain information not available elsewhere, including comorbid conditions, race and ethnicity and place of death. Learn more about preliminary death rates here. Get the details from the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Tuesday reported 780 new COVID-19 cases across the state, bringing the total cumulative number of state-positive cases to 646,132.

According to the Ministry of Health, Tuesday’s seven-day rolling average for the number of reported new cases is 662.

The state’s total preliminary death toll, according to the CDC / NCHS, stands at 11,393 as of Tuesday; that’s nine more deaths compared to the previous day’s update.

Health authorities reported that there are a total of 5,444 active cases and that the last three-day average admissions stand at 456. Officials also reported that there are 17 pediatric admissions.

The health department changed the way it reports COVID-19 deaths in an attempt to show a “more timely” picture of the impact of the disease in Oklahoma. OSDH officials include the preliminary death toll provided by the CDC / NCHS in the daily updates.

According to the CDC, preliminary deaths provide the most complete and accurate picture of lives lost due to COVID-19. They are based on death certificates, which are the most reliable source of data and contain information not available elsewhere, including comorbid conditions, race and ethnicity and place of death. Read more about preliminary deaths here.

Get the details from the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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