Oklahoma State Department of Health stats from Sunday, Sept. 13 show an increase of 254 active COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma, however Stephens County’s active cases only increased by one day over day.
In Stephens County, there have been a total of 319 confirmed cases, of which five had died and 239 have recovered, leaving 75 active cases, up one from yesterday’s report.
On the state level, there have been a total of 69,354 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 905 have died and 58,560 have recovered, leaving 9,889 active cases.
Day over day, cases increased by 695 or 1% while deaths increased by 6 or 0.7%, active cases increased by 254 or 2.6% and recoveries increased by 435 or 0.7% on the state level.
As of Saturday, Sept. 12, Johns Hopkins reported on the national level, there have been a total of 6,485,214 cases, of which 193,693 have died and 2,434,658 have recovered, leaving 3,856,863 active cases in the nation.
Day over day, deaths increased in the nation by 714 or 0.4% while active cases increased by 23,977 or 0.6% and recoveries increased by 16,780 or 0.7%.
For more information, visit https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/.