Three COVID-19 deaths reported in Canadian County

Cases increase in Canadian, Kingfisher counties

People can be tested for COVID-19 at the Canadian County Health Department in Yukon. (Photo by Robert Medley)

Canadian County has had three deaths from the coronavirus, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported Monday.

There are 57 cases in Canadian County and 6 cases in Kingfisher County Monday, the department reports.

Statewide, there are 2,069 cases and there have been 99 deaths from COVID-19.

There are 457 people hospitalized statewide.

The average age of people with COVID-19 in Oklahoma is 56 years-old. People positive for COVID-19 are in age ranges from infant to 102 years-old.

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