Oklahoma sees an increase in the number of COVID-19s
Oklahoma sees an increase in the number of COVID-19s

Oklahoma sees an increase in the number of COVID-19s

COVID DATA YESTERDAY THESE DATA REVEALS THAT COVID NUMBERS ARE SLOWLY INCREASING HERE IN OKLAHOMA. THERE ARE MORE THAN 2,000 ACTIVE COVID-CASETHIS OKLAHOMA, WHICH THE NUMBER IS SLOWLY INCREASING Over the last few weeks. IT’S STILL FAR UNDER THE TOP WE SEE UNDER THE OMICRON OF MORE THAN 133,000 ACTIVE CASES ON JANUARY 25TH. ACTIVE CASES STARTED TO INCREASE. IN THE MIDDLE OF MARCH FROM A TOTAL OF 850 ​​ACTIVE CASES, THE SEVEN-DAY AVERAGE WAS ALWAYS AT ITS LOWEST WITH 58 THIS WEEK K. THE SEVEN-DAY AVERAGE IS 149, THE NUMBER ALSO STILL FAR UNDER THE TOP. SWEAW UNDER OMICRON AT ALMOST 12,000 ON JANUARY 21st. YOU CAN TAKE UP TO DATE LATER. COVID NUMBERS USE ONLY RKO MOBI

COVID-19 numbers in Oklahoma are rising as the United States exceeds 1 million deaths

The number of COVID-19-related deaths in the United States has exceeded 1 million, with the death toll in Oklahoma reaching just 16,000.

The number of COVID-19-related deaths in the United States has exceeded 1 million, with the death toll in Oklahoma reaching just 16,000. >> COVID-19 in Oklahoma: New Cases, Deaths, Vaccine Booster Shots, Omicron Variant The Oklahoma State Department of Health’s latest COVID-19 data, released every Thursday, shows the numbers are on the rise again. The state Department of Health said Oklahoma has more than 2,000 active COVID-19 cases this week. That number has slowly risen over the past few weeks. >> Related: Biden marks COVID ‘tragic milestone’ in US at global summit. It is still far below the peak Oklahoma experienced during the spread of the omicron variant on more than 133,000 active cases on Jan. 25. Active cases began to increase in mid-March, when there were about 850 active cases. The state’s seven-day rolling average was 85 in mid-March. That number was up to 149 from Thursday.

The number of COVID-19-related deaths in the United States has exceeded 1 million, with the death toll in Oklahoma reaching just 16,000.

>> COVID-19 in Oklahoma: New cases, deaths, vaccine booster shots, omicron variant

Oklahoma State Department of Health’s latest COVID-19 data, which is released every Thursday, shows the numbers are on the rise again.

The state Department of Health said Oklahoma has more than 2,000 active COVID-19 cases this week. That number has been rising slowly over the past few weeks.

>> Related: Biden marks COVID ‘tragic milestone’ in US at global summit

It is still well below the peak Oklahoma saw during the spread of the omicron variant of more than 133,000 active cases on January 25th.

Active cases began to increase in mid-March, when there were about 850 active cases.

The state’s seven-day rolling average was 85 in mid-March. That number was up to 149 from Thursday.

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