“We will explore how to take the negatives and turn them around. All in all, it could be a much-needed pushing of the envelope.”
These new tests yield a positive result in 5 minutes and a negative result in 13 minutes. The test can be done on the spot without sending the specimen to a laboratory.
We’ve heard a lot about testing kits being unavailable, but also that testing is increasing. What are these tests and how are they done?
A woman in her 60s from Cleveland County is the latest victim to pass away from COVID-19 in Oklahoma.
There is a high incidence of cases in the 18-49 age group. People of all age groups are asked to stay home and practice social distancing.
“Our main concern is our employees but also the general public. People aren’t taking this as (seriously) as they should.”
A second man has died from complications related to the Coronavirus, according to the latest update from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. The man was in his 50s and from Pawnee County.
Five elections in Creek County are part of this move.
Three out of six counties surrounding Creek County have reported positive cases of Coronavirus.
The proclamation also restricts traffic dockets and “strongly discourages” certain gatherings in churches, restaurants, bars and gyms. See details inside.