COVID-19 cases increase in Canadian County

Grocery stores remain open, emergency orders in place

Sign of the times. Events remain canceled across Canadian County as emergency orders are in place Sunday. (Photo by Robert Medley)

The cases of COVID-19 in Canadian County have gone up, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported.

The deadly virus has claimed 16 lives in Oklahoma. At least three people have been treated in Integris Canadian Valley Hospital in Yukon, and two of those were reported to be critical.

There are 12 cases in Canadian County Sunday. Statewide there are 429 cases with 140 people hospitalized.

There are now three cases in Logan County, but none reported in Kingfisher County.

In Oklahoma County there are 120 cases and in Cleveland County 51 cases reported Sunday.

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