Coronavirus News Ticker – Mayes County

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Information about the current developments in Mayes County related to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) is impacting people’s lives everywhere in the world. We will provide current information on the development in Mayes County (Oklahoma). For more general information, please visit the World Health Organisation’s website.

Last Updated: August 11, 2020

11 August 2020

As of this advisory, there are 44,728 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma of which 326 have been reported in Mayes County. The number of deaths in Mayes County is currently at 6.

According to the COVID-19 alert system provided by the OSDH, Mayes County is in the “yellow” risk-category (low risk) as of Friday, 6th of August 2020 with 9.38 cases per 100,000 people.

27 July 2020

According to the COVID-19 alert system provided by the OSDH, Mayes County is in the “orange” risk-category as of Friday, 24th of July 2020. This category indicates a “moderate” risk. Please finde more information about recommended behavior for you as an individual and as a business here.

The number of confirmed COVID-19-Cases is currently at 31,285 in Oklahoma of which 246 are registered in Mayes County. OSDH continues to monitor closely the statewide hospitalization trends for COVID-19.

21 July 2020

According to the OSDH there are currently 27,147 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma of which 192 are registered in Mayes County. A total of five Coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Mayes County.

In its efforts to continuously develop robust contact tracing across the State, the OSDH will begin using text messaging in addition to phone calls to reach out to contacts.

17 July 2020

There are 24,140 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, of which 153 are located in Mayes County. A total of five Coronavirus-deaths were reported in Mayes County until today.

According to the OSDH’s, Interim Commissioner Lance Frye announced the new COVID-19 alert system on July 9. This 4-color, county-by-county alert system was built using the White House’s methodology model for new cases per 100,000 population, and it adds an additional color criteria with the “orange” risk category. With OSDH’s alert system, in order for a county to be elevated to the “red risk” category, one of four additional gates must be met that would indicate emerging challenges in the delivery of healthcare services.

As of today, Mayes County is still in the low risk category (yellow). However, neighboring counties Delaware County and Rogers County are among the 15 counties, which have been moved to the “orange” risk zone today. The orange risk zone indicates a moderate risk.

16 July 2020

There are currently 23,441 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma of which 151 are recorded in Mayes County. The number of deaths has remained at five people in Mayes County.

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced yesterday that he has tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. Governor Stitt sought out a test after feeling fatigued and had not developed common symptoms, such as fever or shortness of breath. He continues to feel good and is following CDC guidelines by quarantining. In Wednesday’s press conference, interim Commissioner Lance Frye said based on the Governor’s symptoms and timing of his test, the Governor became contagious no earlier than Saturday. All points of contact have been notified and are following quarantine guidance.

15 July 2020

There are currently 22,813 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma of which 148 are recorded in Mayes County. The number of deaths has remained at five people in Mayes County. According the the COVID-19 Alert System, the risk for Mayes county is currently indicated as “low” (yellow phase).

Vital Records will open its doors today to provide limited in-person services by appointment only. Vital Records currently offers affordable and robust online services with a Will Call pilot service planned to launch in August.

For more information, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.

14 July 2020

According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, as of this advisory, there are 21,738 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma of which 139 are in Mayes County. The number of deaths has remained at five people in the county.

COVID-19 Cases have been rapidly increasing since June in both the state of Oklahoma and the U.S. as a whole. However, according the the COVID-19 Alert System, which was introduced last week, the risk for Mayes county is currently indicated as “low” (yellow phase).

For more information, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.

10 July 2020

As of this advisory, there are 19,092 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma of which 114 are in Mayes County. There are 416 total deaths in the state of which 5 occured in Mayes County

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announces the Oklahoma COVID-19 Alert System; a four-tiered risk measurement tool with corresponding color categories that identify the current COVID-19 risk level. This tool offers the public and local elected officials an easy way to recognize each county’s risk level. OSDH will update the alert system every Friday in the 11AM Situation Update based on a 7-day rolling average of new cases.

For more information, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.

01 May 2020

According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, there are currently 3,618 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma of which 22 are in Mayes county. The total number of deaths has increased to 222 people of which 4 occured in Mayes county.

On Tuesday, Governor Kevin Stitt called for all COVID testing locations and providers to expand access to all Oklahomans who desire to be tested, even without demonstrating symptoms. A list of COVID-19 testing sites in the state can be found here.

Drive-thru coronavirus testing is now available at the Oklahoma Health Center in coordination with the University of Oklahoma. If you are experiencing symptoms, please call 405-271-7774 to make an appointment.

09 April 2020

There are 1,684 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oklahoma of which 12 have been recorded in Mayes county. The total number of deaths has increased to 80, Mayes county has two recorded deaths caused by coronavirus.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reminds the public to only call 911 for true medical emergencies such as trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or being incoherent or having bluish lips or face. Those with other concerns should contact a medical provider.

Furthermore, please avoid to spend the easter holidays in large gatherings and focus an virtual meetings with your loved ones. We wish you and your families save holidays and stay healthy!

05 April 2020

There are currently 1,252 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oklahoma of which nine have been registered in Mayes county. The number of deaths is currently at 46 of which one is in Mayes county.

Local public health departments around the state continue to offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing locations across the state. Find the drive-thru locations by clicking here.

02 April 2020

City Council for Pryor held emergency meeting Wednesday, 4/1 and enacted an amended emergency ordinance requiring all inhabitants to stay at home excepting only those employed in Critical Sectors as defined by the Department of Homeland Security and Governor of Oklahoma. All businesses not identified as being a Critical Sector business was also ordered closed. A copy of the ordinance can be viewed on the city’s web site at www.Pryorcreek.org

The Oklahoma State Department of Health provided the information that the commissioner of Health Gary Cox issued a letter notifying county health departments that all coronavirus (COVID-19) testing centers and providers are to loosen requirements for Oklahomans to be tested.

“The State, to include the Oklahoma State Department of Health and Oklahoma State University, has supplies today to process 13,000 COVID-19 tests,” stated Commissioner Cox in the letter. “Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19, or those who have been in direct contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, may be tested this week.”

Governor Kevin Stitt and Commissioner Cox are asking for anyone with symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) or those who have been in direct contact with someone who has been diagnosed to be administered a test this week.

In accordance with Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, COVID-19 symptoms must include fever of 100.4F, cough and shortness of breath.

01 April 2020

There are currently 719 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oklahoma of which five are in Mayes county. The number of deaths in the state has climbed to 30, also the first death has been recorded in Mayes county.

Drive-thru testing sites are open today:

  • Woodward from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Woodward County Event Center.
  • Altus from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Western Oklahoma State College.
  • Comanche from 2 p.m – 4 p.m. at the Comanche County Memorial Hospital.

31 March 2020

The Oklahoma State Department of health reports 565 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oklahoma of which four are confirmed in Mayes county. There are 23 total deaths in the state.

REMINDER: Governor Stitt’s “Safer at Home” order includes the following guidelines for all 77 counties until April 30:

  • No gatherings in groups larger than 10 people.
  • People age 65 or older or those with a compromised immune system must shelter at home.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Some local municipalities, to include Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Norman, have put into place law enforcement efforts to enforce the Governor’s order as well as the cities’ additional “shelter in place” policies.
  • On both statewide and municipal levels, individuals can still leave for essential errands such as to grocery stores or pharmacies. Please call 2-1-1 or visit covidresources.ok.gov for resources and information.

29 March 2020

There are now 429 positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oklahoma. Three in Mayes county.

Governor Stitt’s “Safer at Home” Executive Order remains in place thru April 30 for all 77 counties in Oklahoma, requiring those over the age of 65 as well as immunocompromised children and adults to shelter at home unless getting groceries, attending a medical appointment, or participating in a daily exercise.

28 March 2020

The Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum has issued mandatory shelter-in-place order for all citizens of all ages through April 16. Norman and Oklahoma City have also issued shelter-in-place orders.

There are now 377 positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oklahoma. The total number of deaths has increased to 15.

On Tuesday, March 31 the Pryor City Council and Mayor will conduct a further special emergency meeting to review the City’s temporary emergency ordinance restricting public and business activities in light of the changing status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The state launched a website Friday to coordinate corporate PPE donations across the state to get critical protective equipment to health care professionals who are on the front lines of delivering coronavirus (COVID-19) care: ppedonation.ok.gov 

27 March 2020

Currently 322 confirmed cases in Oklahoma of which two are in Mayes county and two in Pottawatomi county. The total number of deaths in OK is currently at 8.

Mayes County District Judge entered an emergency order as follows:

  1. The Mayes County District Courthouse is closed to entrance by members of the public. Only emergency cases will be attended to as deemed by the judge.
  2. The Court Clerk will only accept filings by fax, secure drop box or by email.
  3. People seeking protective orders must do so by contacting the Sheriff’s Office or Police Department.

The Oklahoma Supreme Court issued a further emergency order providing:

  1. All jury terms statewide are cancelled through May 15.
  2. All civil trial and appellate rules of deadlines are suspended through May 15. This includes all statutes of limitations.
  3. All courthouses in Oklahoma shall be closed to the public. Attendance of any emergency proceeding shall be limited to 10 people in attendance including court staff.
  4. All filings shall be by fax, email or secure drop box.

Never in history has this ever occurred previously!

OSDH urges the public to follow the Governor’s “Safer at Home” executive order advising vulnerable populations and those over the age of 65 to stay home until 4/16 and for non-essential businesses in counties with coronavirus (COVID-19) cases to temporarily suspend services until 4/16. The CDC also recommends the public to stay home, practice social distancing, hand washing, and specifically for those who are sick to isolate for up to 14 days.

26 March 2020

Currently 248 confirmed cases in Oklahoma. Two reported in Mayes county and two in Pottawatomi county.

Confusion over the legal enforcement of the Governor’s emergency executive order prompted the Oklahoma attorney general to issue a formal legal opinion indicating that a violation of the governor’s executive order on coronavirus (COVID-19) is an arrestable offense by law enforcement officers and violators are subject to misdemeanor fines and jail time.

In order to protect the health of the public and reduce the number of staff in the office, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) will temporarily suspend lobby and mail application services for Vital Records until further notice. This includes the offices in Oklahoma City, McAlester and Tulsa.

25 March 2020

Governor Stitt issued an amended emergency order 3/25 exercising local powers to identify certain businesses as critical sectors of economy to remain in operation with restrictions. In order to find out whether your business is allowed to continue its operations, please visit the link below.

>> See the complete list here

24 March 2020

The Pryor City Council will hold a special meeting on 3/24 at 6:00 p.m. to consider issuing emergency ordinance placing mandatory restrictions on certain activities and businesses to protect public health.

In one week from 3/17 to 3/24 the number of coronavirus (COVID-19) confirmed cases has risen from 17 to 106.

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced today 3/24 an Executive Order advising people to stay at home and to avoid groupings of 10 or more people. Do not visit nursing homes, retirement or long-term care facilities.

Oklahoma Governor Stitt issued an Executive Order impacting citizens primarily as follows:
  1. People 65 years of age or older and those having serious underlying health conditions are ordered to stay in their home or residence. The only exception is for errands to obtain medication, groceries, fuel or medical appointments.
  2. All elective surgeries, minor medical procedures and non-emergency dental procedures are canceled until after 4/7/20
  3. All social gatherings of 10 or more people are prohibited.
  4. All businesses not identified as being a critical infrastructure sector by the Department of Homeland Security located in counties experiencing community spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) ordered closed from 3/25 – 4/16

23 March 2020

The first case of COVID-19 has been reported in Mayes County. The State of Oklahoma is working to implement mobile testing sites for coronavirus in all counties of Oklahoma.

22 March 2020

Due to the coronavirus outbreak state and fedaral tax filing deadlines have been extended from 4/15 – 7/15

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  1. Are there any cases in Pryor?

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