As of 4 p.m. Friday, there are now 102 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Texoma.
The Fannin County Health Authority confirmed 12 total cases of COVID-19 in the county. Health officials say of the 12 patients, five have completely recovered.
Officials say there are seven patients in Bonham, one patient in Dodd City, one patient in Ivanhoe, one patient in Telephone and two patients in Trenton.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health confirmed Johnston County's third COVID-19 case Friday.
Here are our Southern Oklahoma confirmed COVID-19 case counts by county from Thursday:
Johnston: 3 (1 new Friday)
On Wednesday, the Pushmataha Emergency Manager reported the county had confirmed its first positive case of COVID-19. Officials said the patient lives at the north end of the county. No other information was released.
Additional cases were reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health Wednesday in Bryan and McCurtain counties.
Oklahoma state health officials reported Tuesday the first two positive COVID-19 cases in Johnston County and an additional case in Choctaw County. They also reported the second death in Texoma and the first in Pontotoc County, a man 65 or older.
Four cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Cooke County (TX). Two of the patients are in their 20s, one patient is in their 30s and the fourth patient is in their 60s. County health officials said through Friday, 202 tests have come back negative and that another 6 test results were pending. A total of 212 people had been tested in Cooke County, as of Friday.
There remain 7 cases in Lamar County. Lamar County (TX) officials said last week of their cases, one is community spread and 6 are travel related. After reporting 220 people under self-quarantine in Lamar County last week, that number is down to 20 as of Tuesday, due to the 14-day period expiring for those cases.
The Grayson County Health Department confirmed Monday two additional positive cases of COVID-19 within Grayson County, upping the county's total number of cases to 19.
Grayson County Health Department Director Amanda Ortez said the patients are in their late teens and early twenties, and that both are in home isolation.
"The newest confirmed cases are from Whitesboro and Sherman," Ortez said. "The Sherman case has a history of travel outside of Grayson County, and the Whitesboro case (which officials have confirmed is the county's first community spread case) has no history of travel."
County officials said of Grayson County's 19 cases, 1 remains hospitalized, 6 are now recovering at at home, and 12 have recovered. Grayson County has tested 364 patients. (29 pending) through Sunday.
Below is the latest information on Grayson County's 19 cases:
There has been one additional death in our Oklahoma counties:
-One in Stephens County, a male older than 65.
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.