(Enid, OK) Oklahoma gained 2,729 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, with 10 more deaths reported by Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Overall, there have been 1,538 deaths in which COVID-19 was the cause or a contributor, according to OSDH.
Deaths reported Monday included seven in the 65 and older age group: Two Tulsa County women, men from Caddo, Delaware, Lincoln and Osage counties and a Comanche County woman. Three deaths were in the 50-64 age group: women from Kiowa and Oklahoma counties and a Tulsa County man.
Garfield County saw an increase of 32 cases on Monday for an overall total of 3,060, with 476 of those being active cases. Enid saw a gain of 28 cases for 2,327 since March, with 137 active cases.
On Monday, Enid’s St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center reported 15 patients positive for COVID-19 and two deaths, with the virus contributing or cause, over the weekend. Integris Bass Baptist Health Center had 17 COVID-19-positive patients.
Northwest Oklahoma county case increases on Monday also included 45 in Woodward, 43 in Woods, 12 in Alfalfa, 11 each in Kingfisher and Noble, six in Blaine, five in Grant and four in Major County.