Oklahoma Inmate Tests Positive

Mike Seals - April 7, 2020 10:10 pm

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections confirms an inmate at Jackie Brannon Correctional Center in McAlester has tested positive for COVID-19. Four facility staff members and one probation and parole officer have also tested positive for the virus.

The five agency staff members are Statewide, not just a the prison in McAlester.

ODOC is working with the Oklahoma State Department of Health to continue implementing its response to the pandemic and preventing community spread.

Saturday, the state health department provided masks for all inmates and staff.

 

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