Coronavirus (COVID-19) In Oklahoma: What You Need To Know


Tuesday, March 10th 2020, 12:31 pm
By: News 9


News 9 and News On 6 have put together a page with information, resources and links to information and resources related to COVID-19, also called coronavirus. As of March 16, there are 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.

COVID-19 Cases by County

CountyCOVID-19 Cases by County
Canadian1
Cleveland1
Jackson1
Kay1
Oklahoma2
Payne1
Tulsa3
Total10

Data Source: Acute Disease Service, Oklahoma State Department of Health.

*As of 2020-03-16 at 06:00:10 AM.

If you're looking for coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, go here. This is a web page from the Mayo Clinic.

If you're looking for the latest information on coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oklahoma, go here. This is the state's coronavirus web page.

You can get national COVID-19 information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They have a page updated daily with detailed, state-by-state information, on the coronavirus outbreak in the United States. We've embedded that page below. You can scroll through the page to see more information, graphics, and maps.




 

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This is the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus (COVID-19) dashboard.

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This resource is real-time information gathered from across the country from official sources. It has an interactive map, and you can click on each state to see how many confirmed COVID-19 cases there are. Below the data is a continually updated list of information with citations.

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And then there is this detailed explainer of COVID-19 from ourworldindata.org

Johns Hopkins University has its dashboard of COVID-19 data.

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