SITUATION UPDATE: COVID-19 - May 13
May 13 report - from the Oklahoma State Health Department
- As of this advisory, there are 4,852 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.
- There are no additional deaths.
- There are 278 total deaths in the state.
- “For the second time this month, OSDH has received no reports of COVID-19 related deaths within a 24-hour period,” said Health Commissioner Gary Cox. “While this is a very hopeful development, OSDH is in the midst of rapidly expanding our contact tracing efforts to ensure Oklahoma can continue its significant progress to minimize the presence of COVID-19. As Commissioner, our agency’s top priority is to build and maintain a trusted partnership with the public so that, together, we can continue to conquer this novel virus through proper quarantine efforts, robust testing, and personal responsibility.”
- “Today marks a milestone for our state as we see signs of our progress in the fight against COVID-19,” said Governor Kevin Stitt. “This is the result of our health care workers, emergency responders, state and local leaders, and Oklahomans who continue to make sacrifices and display the Oklahoma Standard every day. Our hearts are with the Oklahomans who have lost loved ones to this virus, and we will continue to take this fight very seriously as we move forward. COVID-19 is still in Oklahoma, and we will prioritize the health and safety of all four million Oklahomans.”
Publisher's Note: The number of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 reported in Haskell County has remained unchanged for several weeks. Five positive cases have been reported. All individuals have recovered.