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Coronavirus positive test rate fall below 10% in Oklahoma


February 24, 2021

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The positivity rate on Oklahomans' coronavirus tests has fallen below 10%, data from Johns Hopkins University showed Wednesday, although state health officials have noted testing slowed during the past week because of a winter storm.

The seven-day rolling average of the positivity rate in the state has dropped from 14.7% to 9.4%, according to the Johns Hopkins data.

The seven-day rolling averages of new cases and COVID deaths have also declined, from 1,985.7 new cases per day to 776 and from 38.3 daily deaths to 23.7, according to the data.

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