OKLAHOMA CITY - The latest numbers from the Oklahoma State Department of Health have been released.

These are the number of confirmed cases from COVID-19 test kits as of Friday, April 24. The state has 104 new cases for a total of 3,121 confirmed cases, 16 new hospitalizations for a total of 310 current hospitalizations, nine additional deaths, two in Oklahoma County, one in Tulsa County, one in Caddo County, one in Sequoyah County, one in Creek County, one in Ottawa County, one in Cleveland County and one in Wagoner County, for a total of 188 deaths and 77 additional recoveries for a total of 1,961 recoveries.

• Delaware County has one new case for a total of 90 cases, with five new recoveries for a total of 39 recoveries and no new deaths for a total of nine deaths: a female in the 50-64 age group, a male in the 50-64 age group, four males and three females all in the 65+ age group.

- Grove has had 70 cases. 24 have recovered and nine have died.

- Jay has had eight cases. Five have recovered.

- Colcord has had one case. One has recovered.

- Oaks has one case.

• Adair County has three new cases for a total of 53 cases, with nine new recoveries for a total of 32 recoveries and no new deaths for a total of three deaths: one female in the 50-64 age group and two females in the 65+ age group.

• Cherokee County has one new cases for a total of 26 cases, with two new recoveries for a total of 19 recoveries and no new deaths for a total of one death: a female in the 65+ age group.

• Craig County has no new cases for a total of nine cases, with no new recoveries for a total of five recoveries and no new deaths for a total of zero deaths. .

• Mayes County has no new cases for a total of 19 cases, with no new recoveries for a total of 13 recoveries and no new deaths for a total of three deaths: a male in the 50-64 age group and two males in the 65+ age group.

• Ottawa County has no new cases for a total of 29 cases, with two new recoveries for a total of 17 recoveries and one new death for a total of one death: a male in the 65+ age group.

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