Oklahoma virus cases rise by 1,041; state still in red zone

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Friday’s new cases raise the state’s total by 1.1% to 121,495 since the outbreak struck.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma health officials report 1,302 new cases of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The Oklahoma State Department of Health says Friday’s new cases raise the state’s total by 1.1% to 121,495 since the outbreak struck at the start of March and keeps Oklahoma in the COVID-19 “red zone.” Of those cases, 15,032 are active, an increase of 64 from Thursday. Of those active cases, 865 have required hospitalization, down by 20 from Wednesday and by 91 from the record high set Oct. 23. Twenty COVID-19 patients died since Thursday, raising the Oklahoma toll for the outbreak to 1,326.



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