COVID hospitalizations down slightly from the record total number of about 35,000 in Oklahoma | Instant News

Updated July 29, 6:45 PM with a new admission and the number of trials.

Oklahoma retreated a bit from the new high COVID-19 hospitalizations, and the state health Department reported Wednesday 848 new cases.

In a report published on Tuesday evening showed that 663 people hospitalized COVID-19, an increase of 67 Monday and all that surpassed the previous high of 638 installed July 15.

The report on Wednesday evening, was hospitalizations in 647, but 244 was in the intensive care unit, 16 more than on Tuesday.

In the course of the pandemic, 3,041 Oklahomans were hospitalized COVID-19.

In 848 new cases reported in Wednesday’s push the total 34,623 in Oklahoma. Tulsa County had 142 cases on Wednesday. Its total now stands at 8,319, the second 8,444 County of Oklahoma.

The state health Department reported 14 killed on Wednesday, the Most since the end of April. Neither happened within the last 24 hours. Five deaths were adults of 50 to 64 years, and the rest were adults 65 years and older. COVID-19 officially killed 523 Oklahomans.

One death occurred in Tulsa County, which now consists of 94 deaths associated with Oklahoma County for most in the state.

The state’s seven-day average of new cases, which shows the dynamics of infections has been declining for the second consecutive day after peaked on Monday, falling from 937 to 947. Seven-day average of the Tulsa County increased from 232 to 235, the third day in a row with a new high. Current seven days the County of Tulsa averaging more than double what it was in the beginning of the month.

The state reported 21% of adult ICU beds were available as of Tuesday. The government stopped reporting the breakdown of hospital beds data.

The state health Department reported an additional 1,023 patients because it came on Tuesday, bringing the total to 27,386. Patients are considered recovered if they had not died, not currently hospitalized, and she was at least 14 days after their symptoms began. Symptoms have been reported to linger for several weeks for some people.

The state has 6,714 active cases COVID-19.

Tulsa County had 206 additional residents reported as recovered from COVID-19 totaling 6,870, leaving the County with 1,355 active cases, a decline of 65.

Overall, the positive test of the state increased from 6.5% to 6.6%. Test 8,431 announced on Wednesday evening, 12.1% were positive.


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