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Grayson County confirms 15th COVID-19 case

The Grayson County Health Department confirmed Wednesday the county's 15th positive case of COVID-19 within Grayson County.

As of Wednesday, there are now 68 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Texoma.

Locally, Grayson County reported its 15th positive case, but no new Oklahoma cases were reported Wednesday in the KXII viewing area.

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