Several municipalities have declared a state of emergency is response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday, March 13. On Monday the White House urged Americans to stay home and avoid gatherings of more than ten people.

Governor Kevin Stitt declared a state of emergencies for all 77 Oklahoma counties Sunday.

“It is now necessary to provide for the rendering of mutual assistance among the State and political subdivisions of the State and to cooperate with the Federal government with respect to carrying out emergency functions during the continuance of the State emergency pursuant to the provisions of the Oklahoma Emergency Management Act of 2003," Stitt said.

Multiple state counties and cities in the metro also declared a state of emergency Monday. Those municipalities include:

Oklahoma City

Enid (in effect through April 13)

Pottawatomie County

Custer County

Midwest City (in effect until April 12)

Prague (in effect through April 15)

Moore

Shawnee

Cushing

Tecumseh

Yukon

Enid

Guthrie

Bethany

El Reno

Norman

Moore

Stillwater

Del City

Edmond

Ponca City

Oklahoma County

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