Oklahoma: Coronavirus Cases Rise To 2,465 And 136 Deceased, No Hospital Surge Expected

The world going around for one answer: When will we win from Coronavirus? The answer is exactly is to “stay home”. Now the entire world is suffering from nearly 2.5 million cases of COVID-19. And the USA is going with 7,40,746 confirmed cases, in which 66,676 are recovered and 39,158 are seen.

As part of the USA, OKLAHOMA” is also going through corona trauma. The state recorded many cases with increasing cases tremendously every day.

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Oklahoma: COVID-19 Cases

The state is noted with 2,465 cases overall, and with 136 deceased cases according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health. The state is going with the Community spreading and the Oklahoma State Department of Health. It says they will release the number of pending cases too very soon, on March 23.

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Governor Kevin Stitt said on Friday (April 17) over the close of restaurants and some other non-essential businesses. All businesses and all other activities are expecting to reopen in May (The Oklahoman reported. The governor is willing to reopen only in May as there is a slow decline in death rates and positive cases since March.

Also on Friday, the Oklahoma State Department of Health conducted its first round of antibody testing, sampling blood from 1,000 random individuals with no COVID-19 symptoms. From this preliminary test, department officials found few people with antibodies related to the virus.

Stitt announced that health agencies no longer need the approval to hire new employees during the COVID-19 crisis, on Monday (April 13).

“This model assumes continued compliance with social distancing practices by the Oklahoma population through May 1,” the Health Department said.

Stitt is currently closing all malls, restaurants, and businesses temporarily.

The only way to protect our sleeves is to “Stay Home And Stay Safe”.

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Symptoms Of Coronavirus 

  • Fever
  • Coughing
  • Shortness of breath
  • In more severe cases, pneumonia (infection in the lungs)

The vast majority of people recover from this infection. Most people will have mild or moderate symptoms. Older people and those with pre-existing medical conditions have a greater risk for more serious illness.

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