Oklahoma sees COVID-19 cases jump over 13 thousand

Oklahoma has a 56 percent increase in cases since June 15th

Oklahoma

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting that there’s now been 13,172 cases of COVID-19 reported in the state (as of June 29th).

The number of confirmed cases increased by 228 over a 24 hour period.

In comparison, two weeks ago, on June 15th, there were 8417 confirmed cases. That’s a 56.49 percent increase in two weeks.

  • Confirmed Cases – 13,172 (385 deaths)
  • Recovered – 9,587
  • Ottawa County – 50 (2 deaths), Craig County – 19, Mayes County – 79 (4 deaths), Delaware County – 136 (16 deaths)

As of June 25th, there had been 312 thousand tests done in the state.

Missouri

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is reporting that there’s now been 21,043 confirmed cases in the state.

Two weeks ago, on June 15th, there were 16,189 confirmed cases. That’s a 29.98 percent increase over two weeks.

  • Confirmed Cases – 21,043(998 deaths)
  • Joplin – 140 (2 deaths), Jasper County – 532 (1 death), Newton County – 419 (2 deaths), McDonald County – 670 (1 death), Vernon County – 16, Barton County – 25

367 thousand tests have been administered in the state.

Kansas

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is reporting the total cases of COVID-19 for the state is 14,443.

On June 15th, there were 11,419 cases. That’s a 26.48 percent increase.

  • Total Cases – 14,443 (270 deaths)
  • Negative Tests – 162,282
  • Bourbon County – 21, Cherokee County – 28, Crawford County – 256, Labette County – 57, Montgomery County – 36, Neosho County – 29, Woodson County – 8, Wilson County- 2, Allen County – 4

167 thousand tests have been administered in the state.

 

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