Oklahoma Senate offices to close Wednesday after positive COVID-19 test

Ponca City Now - March 17, 2020 3:45 pm

OKLAHOMA CITY – The leader of the Oklahoma Senate, Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City, released the following statement:

“The Oklahoma Senate today learned that someone in the Senate has tested positive for COVID-19. While the risk to a majority of Senate personnel and senators remains low, per the recommendation and under the guidance of health officials, we are taking appropriate measures.

“In addition, beginning Wednesday, March 18, and through Friday, March 20, Senate offices will be closed and employees will work remotely during that time. The Senate will continue to operate and serve the citizens of the state of Oklahoma. We will continue working with other state officials, health care professionals, and agencies as state government addresses this public health crisis.”

 

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