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Data released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) Sunday indicates Stephens County has added one COVID-19 death over the weekend, bringing the county’s running death toll to 14.

Duncan reported the new death, according to OSDH, however demographics on the death were not released over the weekend.

According to OSDH’s statistics, Stephens County has had a total of 1,415 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 1,034 recoveries and 14 deaths, leaving a total of 367 active cases in the area.

Stats show Duncan has had 915 of those confirmed COVID-19 cases and 676 recoveries, with nine deaths, which leaves 230 active cases in the city.

Comanche has had 156 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which three have died and 127 have recovered, leaving 26 active cases in the city.

Marlow, however, has had 290 confirmed cases of COVID-19, of which one has died and 191 have recovered, leaving 98 active in the city.

Velma has reported 35 confirmed cases, of which one has died and 28 have recovered, leaving six active cases in the town.

Loco has had 14 cases, of which seven have recovered, leaving seven active cases.

Bray has had one total COVID-19 case, leaving one active case in the town.

On the state level, Sunday's data set shows a total of 174,330 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 140,312 have recovered and 32,384 are active.

There have been 1,634 deaths, with the count increasing by 10 since Saturday's report.

Confirmed cases in Oklahoma increased by 3,406 or 2% day over day while active cases increased by 971 or 3.1% day over day and recoveries increased by 2,425 or 1.8% day over day.

On the national level, Johns Hopkins reported as of Saturday, Nov. 21, the country has had 12,088,410 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 255,861 have died and 4,529,700 have recovered, leaving a total of 7,302,849 active cases. Day over day, confirmed cases in the nation increased by 177,552 or 1.5% while recoveries increased by 71,770 or 1.6% and active cases increased by 104,334 or 1.4%.

For more information, visit https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/.

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