Families are encouraged to celebrate the upcoming religious holidays and spring festivities virtually.
As of Wednesday, there are 1,524 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, with 79 deaths.
The process isn’t a particularly comfortable one, but she said that it’s “vital to get tested” so that our leaders have the information they need to make the decisions they need to.
As of Tuesday, April 7th, there are 1,472 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, and there are an additional 16 deaths.
The City says utilities will not be cutoff to residential properties for violations of an emergency order during the COVID-19 crisis.
You will not be forced to wear a mask, but refusal to comply with the city’s emergency ordinance could lead to a fine or having your utilities cut off.
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The Creek County Health Department is offering curbside COVID-19 resting by appointment. See inside for details.
“It was amazing. Especially with school closures, they didn’t have to do it, but they care, and that’s what people need to understand. They care about the kids.”
Find out what it means and doesn’t mean, and what could happen if you don’t comply. Plus, what the Tulsa County Health Department is predicting for the next 30-60 days.