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What we know about the 24,553 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Texoma

What we know about COVID-19 cases in Texoma.
What we know about COVID-19 cases in Texoma.(MGN)
Published: Jun. 19, 2020 at 2:49 PM CDT|Updated: Nov. 24, 2020 at 6:20 PM CST
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SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) - As of 6 p.m. Tuesday, there have been 24,553 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Texoma, resulting in 347 deaths, with 19,918 recovered patients. There are currently 4,200 people infected across Texoma.

Here are our COVID-19 stats by county, as of 6 p.m. Tuesday

Oklahoma:

Atoka: 791 total cases, 609 recovered, 181 active cases, 1 death

Bryan: 2,634 total cases, 2,157 recovered, 459 active cases, 18 deaths

Carter: 1,473 total cases, 1,157 recovered, 303 active cases, 13 deaths

Choctaw: 669 total cases, 560 recovered, 105 active cases, 4 deaths

Coal: 281 total cases, 226 recovered, 55 active cases, 0 deaths

Garvin: 1,477 total cases, 1,147 recovered, 318 active cases, 12 deaths

Johnston: 489 total cases, 407 recovered, 78 active cases, 4 deaths

Love: 540 total cases, 396 recovered, 143 active cases, 1 death

Marshall: 674 total cases, 504 recovered, 167 active cases, 3 deaths

McCurtain: 2,227 total cases, 1,848 recovered, 335 active cases, 44 deaths

Murray: 581 total cases, 457 recovered, 120 active cases, 4 death

Pontotoc: 1,782 active cases, 1,323 recovered, 449 active cases, 10 deaths

Pushmataha: 383 total cases, 351 recovered, 26 active cases, 6 death

Stephens: 1,490 total cases, 1,082 recovered, 393 active cases, 15 deaths

Texas:

Cooke: 1,290 total cases, 1,000 recovered, 278 active cases, 12 deaths

Fannin: 973 total cases, 920 recovered, 22 active cases, 31 deaths

Grayson: 4,243 total cases, 3,790 recovered, 351 active cases, 102 deaths

Lamar: 2,556 total cases, 2,072 recovered, 417 active cases, 67 deaths

If you have recently traveled to an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19 or have had contact with someone who has COVID-19 and have developed fever, dry cough, and shortness of breath within 14 days of your travel, call your healthcare provider. To prevent potential spread, please alert your provider before arriving to the provider’s office or emergency department.

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