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What we know about the 1,179 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Texoma

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Published: Apr. 23, 2020 at 11:53 AM CDT
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As of 6:20 p.m. Friday, there have been 1,179 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Texoma, resulting in 32 deaths, with 822 recovered patients.

Grayson County reported 25 additional cases Friday evening. All 25 patients are from Sherman and isolating at home. The patients range from 9-years-old to in their 70s. Twenty-four of the new cases had close contact with previously confirmed cases. There have been 433 total cases in the county with four deaths and 352 recoveries. Two patients are hospitalized. The sheriff's office reports

Lamar County reported two new COVID-19 cases Friday. The patients are in their 30s and 60s. There have been 165 cases in the county with 11 deaths and 108 recoveries.

Fannin County reported 10 additional cases and

Friday. All four deaths were at the Mullican Care Center nursing home. The nursing home has had five staff members test positive, but it is not known how many were residents in the county.

The other new cases include an inmate at the Fannin County jail, two people form Bonham and one person each from Dodd City, Telephone and Trenton.

Oklahoma health officials announced 23 additional cases in our southern Oklahoma counties Friday with 15 new in McCurtain County, three in Atoka County, two in Bryan County, and one additional case in Pushmataha, Love and Choctaw counties.

Cooke County reported three new active COVID-19 cases Thursday. There have been 23 positive cases in the county. On Wednesday, the county stopped reporting the number of recovered cases. They say they will only report the number of active cases on each day.

Oklahoma Health officials announced one additional death in our southern Oklahoma counties on Thursday. The death is reported at a McCurtain County woman between the ages of 50 and 64.

Grayson County reported its fourth COVID-19 related death Tuesday. Health officials say the patient was a man in his 60s who died at a local hospital.

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Here are our COVID-19 stats by county, as of 6:20 p.m. Friday:

Oklahoma:

Atoka: 8 (3 recovered)

Bryan: 49 (1 death, 26 recovered)

Carter: 57 (1 death, 49 recovered)

Choctaw: 102 (1 death, 59 recovered)

Coal: 6 (2 recovered)

Garvin: 20 (1 death, 16 recovered)

Johnston: 4 (3 recovered)

Love: 21 (16 recovered)

Marshall: 13 (10 recovered)

McCurtain: 137 (2 death, 70 recovered)

Murray: 6 (5 recovered)

Pontotoc: 20 (2 deaths, 13 recovered)

Pushmataha: 7 (2 recovered)

Stephens: 44 (1 death, 38 recovered)

Texas:

Cooke: 23 (19* recovered)

Fannin: 64 (8 deaths, 24 recovered)

Grayson: 433 (4 deaths, 352 recovered)

Lamar: 165 (11 deaths, 108 recovered)

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.

*Cooke County stopped reporting the number of recovered cases June 10. As of June 9, 19 patients had recovered.

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