OKLAHOMA CITY - According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the latest numbers for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) within the state.

These are the number of confirmed cases from COVID-19 test kits.

As of Friday, March 27, the state has 481 confirmed cases in 47 counties:

Oklahoma County - 134 cases

Tulsa County - 65 cases

Cleveland County - 60 cases

Kay and Washington Counties - 20 cases

Creek County - 18 cases

Canadian and Pawnee Counties - 15 cases

Payne County - 14 cases

Comanche County - 12 cases

Osage County - 11 cases

Washington County - 9 cases

Wagoner County - 8 cases

Delaware and Muskogee County - 7 cases

Garvin, Ottawa and Wagoner Counties - 6 cases

Adair, Custer, Lincoln, Logan, Mayes, Nowata and Counties - 4 cases

Grady, Noble, Pontotoc and Okmulgee Counties - 3 cases each

Garfield, McClain, Pittsburg, Pottawatomie, Sequoyah and Stephens Counties - 2 cases each

Beckham, Bryan, Caddo, Carter, Cherokee, Choctaw, Cotton, Craig, Jackson, Latimer, Le Flore, Love, Rogers, Seminole Texas Counties - 1 case each

The age range is 0-95, with 169 cases in the 65+ danger zone.

So far there have been 1207 negative tests, 153 hospitalizations and 17 deaths.

Deaths:

Tulsa County - a male in the 50-64 age group, a female in the 65+ age group, a male in the 65+ age group.

Pawnee County - a male in the 50-64 age group.

Cleveland County - a male in the 50-64 age group, three females in the 65+ age group, two males in the 65+ age group.

Oklahoma County - two males in the 50-64 age group, a female in the 65+ age group, a male in the 65+ age group.

Creek County - a male in the 64+ age group.

Sequoyah County - a female in the 50-64 age group.

Wagoner County - a female in the 65+ age group.

REMINDER: Governor Stitt’s “Safer at Home” order includes the following guidelines for all 77 counties until April 30:

◦ No gatherings in groups larger than 10 people.

◦ People age 65 or older or those with a compromised immune system must shelter at home.

◦ PLEASE NOTE: Some local municipalities, to include Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Norman, have put into place law enforcement efforts to enforce the Governor’s order as well as the cities’ additional “shelter in place” policies.

◦ On both statewide and municipal levels, individuals can still leave for essential errands such as to grocery stores or pharmacies. Please call 2-1-1 or visit covidresources.ok.gov for resources and information.

For more information, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.