Increase In Weekend COVID Cases Blamed On Data Interruption


A large increase in COVID cases in the Sooner State was caused in part by a data interruption. Oklahoma health officials say there were 3,054 new coronavirus cases reported on Saturday, but that includes numbers that weren't released Friday due to the glitch. Combined with 1,263 cases added yesterday, the statewide total since the pandemic began stands at 627,699. There are believed to be nearly 10,200 Oklahomans currently infected with the virus.


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