Oklahoma now up to 17 cases of Coronavirus as of Tuesday morning; 8 cases under 49 years of age

Coronavirus cases are now at 17, according to the official state record being updated at coronavirus.health.ok.gov.

Eight of the cases are in the 18-49 range, which is outside the normal subset of ages reported to be most at risk to the virus. The age ranges of the cases are as follows:

Age Group, YearsCOVID-19 Cases*

The news comes on the heels of yesterday’s announcement that a Kellyville teacher’s spouse had tested positive for the Coronavirus, according to a post on the Bristow Police Department’s Facebook Page:

State and local governments are continuing to respond accordingly. Yesterday the State Board of Education announced that all schools would close until April 6th and last night Sapulpa Mayor announced a proclamation of a State of Emergency for the city, enacting new requirements for city-owned facilities, and new guidelines for some local businesses.

Some restaurants and businesses are closing or opening under modifying operations following the state’s and city’s announcements. We’re keeping a running list here.

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Micah Choquette

Micah Choquette

Micah is the Owner and Publisher of Sapulpa Times.