Oklahoma coronavirus cases top 4,200, deaths surpass 250
May 7, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma remains on pace to continue reopening business amid the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Kevin Stitt said Wednesday.
Stitt said the rates of new virus infections, deaths and hospitalizations is declining and, in accordance with White House guidelines, allows the state to continue reopening its economy.
The state health department reported more than 4,200 confirmed cases of the virus and at least 253 deaths on Wednesday, but Stitt said the number of people testing positive for the virus has fallen from more than 10% about a month ago to 5.4% as of Tuesday and the nu...