(Enid, OK) The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 2,160 new cases on Wednesday, increasing the overall case number to 489,338 since the pandemic started last year, with 14,932 active throughout the state.
Garfield County has 131 active cases, according to the OSDH, with 100 of those reported in the past 2 weeks. There have been no new deaths reported in the county in the past 90 days.
In Garfield County, 48.6% of residents have had at least once dose of the vaccine, compared to 47.4% from last week’s report(July 18-24), with the number fully vaccinated increased to 41.1%, up from 40.5%.
Overall in Oklahoma, 48.5% of residents have had at least one dose, compared to 47.3% from last week and the number of fully vaccinated residents statewide is 40.9%, up from 40.5% last week.
Across the state, 69 counties are in the moderate, orange, risk level and that includes all of Northwest Oklahoma, except Woodward County, which is in the low, yellow, risk level.