(Enid, OK) COVID-19 cases rise throughout the state as 3,448 new cases and 13 more deaths were reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health on Monday.
Deaths reported on Monday were 10 in the 65 and older age range including men from McClain, Pottawatomie, Cleveland, Oklahoma counties, and women from Washington, Adair, Noble, Comanche, and Johnston counties. Other deaths were two men from Pontotoc and Tulsa counties in the 50-64 age range and a Canadian County man in the 36-40 age range, according to OSDH.
Garfield County increased by 69 cases, raising the active total to 570, according to OSDH.
None of the deaths reported Monday were in Garfield County, according to OSDH. 2,383 Oklahomans have died either due to COVID-19 or complications from the virus since March.
Other county case increases in Northwest Oklahoma on Monday included 42 in Woodward, 13 in Kingfisher, 12 each in Woods and Alfalfa, 10 in Noble, eight in Major and six each in Grant and Blaine, according to OSDH.