Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt took to Twitter and Facebook Saturday afternoon to post a video update about his time in quarantine.
Stitt said he's feeling "100 percent," but said he felt slight aches on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, July 15, Stitt said he had tested positive for COVID-19. During a news conference, using zoom, Stitt explained he didn't have typical symptoms and felt okay. However, he said he has isolated himself away from the rest of his family.
At the time Stitt posted his video, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported six new virus-related deaths and 916 new coronavirus since the previous day.
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