Data released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) Saturday indicates Stephens County has added one COVID-19 death.
The added death comes from Duncan, but demographics on the deceased have not yet been made available.
According to OSDH’s statistics, as of Saturday, Oct. 10, Stephens County has had a total of 521 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 428 recoveries and six deaths, leaving a total of 87 active cases in the area.
Stats show Duncan has had 336 of those confirmed COVID-19 cases and 281 recoveries, with four deaths, which leaves 51 active cases in the city.
Comanche has had 79 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which one has died and 67 have recovered, leaving 11 active cases.
Marlow, however, has had 90 confirmed cases of COVID-19, of which 71 have recovered, leaving 19 active.
Velma has reported 15 confirmed cases, of which one has died and 10 have recovered, leaving four active cases.
Loco has had two cases, leaving one active case and one recovered.
The remaining active case is in the “other” category listed in OSDH’s city data set.
On the state level, Saturday’s data set shows a total of 98,621 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 83,633 have recovered and 13,893 are active. There have been 1,095 deaths, with the count increasing by four since Friday’s report.
Confirmed cases increased by 1,533 or 1.6% day over day while active cases increased by 378 or 2.8% day over day and recoveries increased by 1,151 or 1.4% day over day.
On the national level, Johns Hopkins reported as of Friday, Oct. 9, the country has had 7,663,293 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 213,752 have died and 3,039,089 have recovered, leaving a total of 4,410,452 active cases. Day over day, confirmed cases increased by 57,420 or 0.8% while recoveries increased by 17,837 or 0.6% and active cases increased by 38,593 or 0.9%.
For more information, visit https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/.