April 26 COVID-19 Update: Only One New COIVD-19 Death Reported In OK
No New Cases In Pott. County for the second day in a row
April 23, 2020
Oklahoma saw some of its lowest increases in COVID-19 cases in recent weeks.
One person died, bringing the total state deaths to 195, and only 60 new cases were reported for a 3,253 total.
Oklahoma State Department of Health site reports an add59 people have recovered from the virus, which makes the total recovered cases 2,139.
This is the third time in April only one person has died from the virus: the first was April 9, and the second was April 19.
The new numbers today keep the total active cases at 919, the same as yesterday.
Pottawatomie County again had no new confirmed cases or deaths but had one new recovered case.
There are 40 confirmed cases, four deaths and 28 recovered cases in the county, which means there are eight active cases still in the county.
While the state had an almost equal new confirmed and new recovered cases, the United States' new confirmed cases vastly outnumbered the recovered cases.
Confirmed new U.S. cases totaled 32,821, while only 1,293 new recovered cases were confirmed.
New deaths, with 1,806 reported, actually outnumbered new recoveries.
Total confirmed cases in the U.S are now at 938,154, with recovered cases at 100,372 and deaths at 53,755.