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Cases, deaths of COVID-19 continue to rise in Oklahoma

State health officials reported Tuesday an additional 84 cases and six deaths in Oklahoma due to COVID-19.

Workers also would be given the option to wear masks and gloves as available.

As worldwide infections soared past the 800,000 mark, New York's governor begged for health care reinforcements, saying up to 1 million more workers were needed.

The American Academy of Ophthalmology is recommending doctors take coronavirus precautions when dealing with patients, as several reports suggest the virus can cause conjunctivitis, or pink eye.

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