Stephens County recorded another death related to COVID-19 in Sunday’s report from the State Department of Health, which also showed a huge growth in cases in the county and state.
Currently, there are 3,550 positive cases with 27 deaths in Stephens County. The new death came from Duncan, however demographics were not released at this time.
There have been 2,955 recoveries in the county leaving 568 active cases, which is up by 60 from the previous day as there were 508 active cases listed on Saturday’s report.
Duncan saw the biggest increase in active cases as the city has had 2,214 positive cases with 18 deaths and 1,832 recoveries to leave a total of 364 active cases.
Comanche saw the second biggest growth in active cases as they have had 408 positive cases, four deaths and 314 recoveries, leaving a total of 90 active cases, up by seven day over day.
Marlow saw a small increase of two active cases with 782 positive cases, four deaths and 687 recoveries to leave a total of 91 active cases.
Velma saw some growth in the town’s active case count as well with 92 positive cases, one death and 76 recoveries, leaving 15 active cases, which is up four day over day.
Loco went up by one active case with 42 positive cases, no deaths and 37 recoveries to leave five active cases.
Bray’s one and only case is recovered to leave zero active cases.
Oklahoma saw another big increase as there were 6,487 new cases to bring the total to 331,362 while deaths were up by 23 to bring that total to 2,761.
Active cases are up by 2,688 to bring that total passed the 40,000 mark at 42,956 while recoveries were only up by 3,776 to bring that total to 285,645.
In the nation’s Saturday report from Johns Hopkins, the country has seen an increase of 273,854 cases for a total of 22,136,627 confirmed cases while deaths in the country were up 3,735 to bring that total to 372,508 COVID-19 related deaths.
For more information, visit https://oklahoma.gov/covid19.html.