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8 hours ago
NY, NJ quarantine advisory expands to 19 states, including Delaware, Oklahoma and Kansas
Oklahoma
Confirmed Cases Deaths†
16,362
+431 Yesterday
399
+1 Yesterday

Last Updated: 7/7/2020, 23:23 PDT

7/7/2020 - Today’s Coronavirus Report
  • There are a total of 16,362 cases, with 431 new cases reported yesterday.
  • 399 people have died, with 1 death reported yesterday.
>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0
More than 50% increase in the 7-day average of new cases compared to the previous week
10-50% increase in the 7-day average of new cases compared to the previous week
County Confirmed New cases yesterday Deaths
Tulsa 4,365 69 71
Oklahoma 3,819 128 70
Cleveland 1,157 55 40
Texas 997 0 6
McCurtain 569 19 9
Comanche 457 0 7
Payne 452 12 1
Washington 431 3 39
Canadian 387 23 3
Wagoner 331 4 19
Rogers 262 5 7
McClain 216 6 4
Grady 206 25 5
Caddo 200 2 11
Delaware 199 6 17
Osage 187 1 8
Creek 185 1 7
Muskogee 153 5 12
Carter 140 4 2
Bryan 136 10 1
Adair 129 2 4
Pottawatomie 121 2 4
Choctaw 120 1 1
Ottawa 120 4 2
Kay 113 1 7
Okmulgee 104 5 0
Mayes 102 0 5
Cherokee 95 0 1
Garvin 94 0 2
Garfield 84 3 2
Stephens 70 7 1
McIntosh 69 3 1
Custer 67 0 0
Logan 67 2 1
Pittsburg 67 1 3
Greer 66 0 7
Pawnee 60 0 2
Jackson 53 0 3
Sequoyah 52 3 3
Pontotoc 51 5 2
Noble 48 7 1
Seminole 46 0 3
Marshall 41 0 0
Le Flore 39 1 1
Love 39 3 0
Lincoln 37 1 2
Nowata 37 0 1
Kingfisher 36 1 0
Beaver 32 0 0
Atoka 29 2 0
Tillman 25 0 1
Murray 23 0 0
Craig 22 -1 0
Blaine 18 -1 0
Pushmataha 17 0 0
Okfuskee 16 0 0
Latimer 15 -1 1
Woodward 15 2 0
Kiowa 14 0 1
Beckham 13 0 0
Haskell 13 1 0
Hughes 13 0 0
Jefferson 13 0 0
Johnston 13 0 0
Coal 10 0 0
Cotton 8 0 2
Major 8 0 1
Woods 8 -1 0
Washita 6 0 0
Dewey 4 0 0
Harmon 3 0 0
Grant 2 0 0
Alfalfa 1 0 0
Cimarron 1 0 0
Ellis 1 0 0
Harper 1 0 0

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  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.