Stephens County currently has 103 active COVID-19 cases, according to Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) stats released Thursday.
The county has had 412 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases, of which five have died and 304 have recovered, leaving 103 active cases in the county.
Duncan has had 274 confirmed cases, of which three have died and 200 have recovered, leaving 71 active cases in the city.
Comanche has had 65 cases, of which one has died and 54 have recovered, leaving 10 active cases in the city.
Marlow has had 66 cases and 43 recoveries, leaving 23 active cases in the city.
Velma has had nine cases, of which one has died and seven have recovered, leaving one active case in the town.
Loco has had one case and one recovered leaving them full recovered.
The remaining three active cases are in the “other” category for Stephens County, which includes more rural towns, according to the Health Department.
Statewide, there has been an increase of 1,083 confirmed cases or 1.4% day over day for a total of 81,244 cases.
Active cases statewide increased by 44 cases or 0.4% day over day for a total of 12,456 active cases. Recoveries in the state increased by 1,028 or 1.5% day over day for a total of 67,807 recovered cases.
As of the Sept. 23 national report from Johns Hopkins, there has been 6,933,548 confirmed cases nationally, an increase of 37,330 or 0.5% day over day.
There are 201,884 deaths recorded throughout the country, which is a growth of 1,098 or 0.5% day over day.
Active cases nationally increased by 5,359 or 0.1% day over day for a total of 3,907,715 active cases.
Recoveries also increased 23,297 or 0.9% day over day for a total of 2,670,256 recovered cases nationally.
For more information, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.