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 Wednesday, April 8, the state has 1,524 confirmed cases in 61 counties:
317 cases: Oklahoma County
293 cases: Tulsa County
212 cases: Cleveland County
57 cases: Wagoner County
47 cases: Creek County
45 cases: Washington County
44 cases: Comanche County
40 cases: Canadian County
33 cases: Kay and Osage Counties
32 cases: Greer County
25 cases: Adair County
24 cases: Payne County
23 cases: Pawnee County
21 cases: Muskogee County
20 cases: Pottawatomie County
19 cases: Rogers County
16 cases: Cherokee County
15 cases: McClain and Ottawa Counties
13 cases: Delaware County
12 cases: Mayes County
11 cases: Garvin, Okmulgee and Stephens Counties
10 cases: Lincoln, Nowata and Sequoyah Counties
9 cases: Grady and Pontotoc Counties
7 cases: Pittsburg County
6 cases: Caddo, Jackson, Logan and Noble Counties
5 cases: Craig, Custer and Garfield Counties
4 cases: Cotton, Latimer and Seminole Counties
3 cases: Bryan, Kingfisher and Texas Counties
2 cases: Choctaw, Love and McCurtain Counties
1 case: Atoka, Beaver, Beckham, Carter, Dewey, Grant, Jefferson, Kiowa, Le Flore, McIntosh, Major, Marshall, Tillman, Washita and Woodward Counties
The age range is 0-102, with 503 cases in the 65+ danger zone.
So far there have been 1,479 negative tests, 390 hospitalizations and 79 deaths.
16 - Oklahoma and Tulsa Counties
13 - Cleveland County
5 - Osage and Wagoner Counties
4 - Greer County
3 - Creek and Kay Counties
2 - Adair, Muskogee and Washington Counties
1 - Adair, Canadian, Cherokee, Latimer, Pawnee, Pottawatomie, Seminole, Sequoyah and Stephens Counties
• The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) continues to process the more than 12,000 negative COVID-19 test results received from private labs dating back to February; they are not reflected in this report.
• The OSDH is coordinating deliveries of testing supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) to county health departments conducting testing sites.
For more information, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.