Stephens County saw a continued decrease in active COVID-19 cases Sunday when Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 386 active cases in the county.
As of Nov. 29, Stephens County has seen 1,683 positive cases, 16 deaths and 1,281 recoveries. Duncan increased by one active case and was the only town in Stephens County to see an increase.
Duncan is now at 1,081 positive cases with 10 deaths and 818 recoveries to put them city at 253 active cases.
Marlow however, dipped below 100 active cases for the first time in about a week.
Marlow has had 364 positive cases with one death and 265 recoveries to put the city at 98 active cases, down from 106 on the Nov. 28 report.
Comanche is down to 26 active cases. The city has had 175 positive cases with four deaths and 145 recoveries.
Loco is still at seven active cases after having 20 positive cases and 13 recoveries.
Velma had a few more recoveries added to the list. The town has had 40 positive cases, one death and 34 recoveries, leaving five active cases.
Bray’s one and only case is recovered and they have no active cases.
Statewide, the Sunday report showed a growth of 1,721 new cases to bring the state’s total to 195,545 confirmed cases. Deaths were up by 19 in the report to bring Oklahoma’s total to 1,736 COVID-19 related deaths.
Active cases in the state are down by 359 to bring Oklahoma’s current active case count to 31,854. Recoveries increased by 2,061 to bring the total recoveries in Oklahoma to 161,955.
Johns Hopkins, in the national report as of Nov. 28, recorded 155,596 new cases to bring the country’s total to 13,244,417 confirmed cases. Deaths went up by 1,189 to bring the total up to 266,047 COVID-19 related deaths in the nation so far.
Nationally, the active case count increased by 78,790 to bring the total up to 7,955,307 active cases. Recoveries also increased by 75,617 to bring the total to 5,023,063 recoveries in the country.
For more information, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.