Oklahoma COVID-19 Update for 16 March 2021

Mike Seals - March 16, 2021 10:55 pm

As of this advisory, there have been 433,025 cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma since the start of the pandemic.

Kay County is reporting a total of 5,134 confirmed cases, with 84 deaths.

Osage County has had a total of 4,538 confirmed cases, with 56 deaths.

Today’s Provisional Death Count from the CDC/NCHS is 7,568.


COVID-19 Oklahoma Test Results

Cases 433,025
*Total Cumulative Negative Specimens to Date 3,231,923
*Total Cumulative Number of Specimens to Date 3,637,966
Acute Care OSDH Licensed Facility Hospitalizations 266
Other Types of Facilities Hospitalizations 11
Total Cumulative Hospitalizations 24,711
Provisional Death Count (CDC/NCHS) 7,568

*The total includes laboratory information provided to OSDH at the time of the report. As a result, counts are subject to change. Total counts may not reflect unique individuals. 

***The purpose of publishing aggregated statistical COVID-19 data through the OSDH Dashboard, the Executive Order Report, and the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report is to support the needs of the general public in receiving important and necessary information regarding the state of the health and safety of the citizens of Oklahoma. These resources may be used only for statistical purposes and may not be used in any way that would determine the identity of any reported cases.

Data Source: Acute Disease Service, Oklahoma State Department of Health.
*As of 2021-03-16 at 7:00 a.m.


Detailed case statistics are published on the website. Click here for more information.

 

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