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Solid line represents Oklahoma 7-day average

New tests Total test results (Specimens)

New tests is changing up. The most recent value for New tests was 15213 on Jan 16, and the earlist value for New tests was 774 on Oct 19. The highest recent value for New tests was 29085 on Jan 15.The lowest recent value for New tests was 2699 on Jan 4. Access all chart data

New cases (Notes)

Cases is changing up. The most recent value for Cases was 3621 on Jan 16, and the earlist value for Cases was 774 on Oct 19. The highest recent value for Cases was 8017 on Jan 3.0 Access all chart data

Current hospitalizations

Hospitalization is changing up. The most recent value for Hospitalization was 1866 on Jan 16, and the earlist value for Hospitalization was 792 on Oct 19. The highest recent value for Hospitalization was 1994 on Jan 6.The lowest recent value for Hospitalization was 1909 on Jan 5. Access all chart data

New deaths

New deaths is changing up. The most recent value for New deaths was 27 on Jan 16, and the earlist value for New deaths was 2 on Oct 19. The highest recent value for New deaths was 62 on Jan 6.0 Access all chart data
Total cases
351,665
New cases today3,621
Change over 7 days-65.7%-
Total tests
(test encounters)
Not Reported
Total tests
(specimens)
2,943,409
Total tests
(people)
Not Reported
Total tests (specimens)
Not Reported
Total tests (people)
Not Reported

Warning: Antigen reporting may significantly understate the true number of tests administered

Total tests (specimens)
111,630
Total tests (people)
Not Reported
Now hospitalized
1,866
Now in ICU
499
Now on ventilator
Not Reported
Ever hospitalized
19,806
Ever in ICU
Not Reported
Ever on ventilator
Not Reported

Hospitalization (HHS data)

See this HHS hospitalization data on a map.

Now hospitalized (confirmed + suspected)
1,984
Now hospitalized (confirmed only)
1,974
Now in ICU (confirmed + suspected)
501

This data is published by HHS.

Data as of
Deaths
2,952
Total cases
10,308
Total deaths
813
Number of facilities affected
458
Percent of state deaths
from LTC facilities
27.5%
New cases since Jan 74.2%
New deaths since Jan 76.3%

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Data as of

Race & ethnicity data

We compute the number of cases and deaths per 100k people for each race and ethnicity.

These numbers show the scale of outcomes compared to the size of each group’s population. These are not the number of cases or deaths, rather the proportion of each demographic group who have been affected.

Race & ethnicity: cases per capita

Cases per 100,000 people
American Indian / Alaska Native
11,179
Asian / Pacific Islander
6,831
Black / African American
6,435
Hispanic / Latino
8,130
White
6,820

(All data is calculated)

Data as of

Race & ethnicity: deaths per capita

Deaths per 100,000 people
American Indian / Alaska Native
83
Asian / Pacific Islander
45
Black / African American
62
Hispanic / Latino
35
White
72

(All data is calculated)

Data as of

Our latest tweets about Oklahoma

Our twitter handle is @COVID19Tracking@COVID19Tracking

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As this warning from Oklahoma indicates, it’s possible—and likely—that holiday reporting disruptions are still affecting the data in many states. We recommend continued caution in interpreting the data at this time.

January 11, 2021

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At publish time, we had no updates from 7 of the 56 states and territories we track: AR, CT, KS, MI, MP, RI, and WA. Seven additional states did not report current hospitalizations today: HI, MN, MS, NV, OK, OR, and WI.

January 3, 2021

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Daily cases in Ohio have hit a new high four days in a row, including today. OK also reported a new case high today.

October 24, 2020

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Mississippi and Oklahoma have seen rapid growth in cases. Mississippi now rivals Florida for the highest number of cases per million population.

July 31, 2020

Twitter
OK, our daily update is published. States reported 840k tests completed, nearly 66k new cases, and hospitalizations ticked up. The major observation, however, is that states reported more than 1400 deaths today, the most since May 15.

July 29, 2020

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