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Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Rise to 3,121, Another 9 Oklahomans Dead

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The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 104 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the state's total number of cases to 3,121.

Nine more deaths were reported as well, with three in the past day. Six were adults age 65 or older, two were between 50 and 64 years old, and one was between 36 and 49 years old.

Two deaths were in Oklahoma County, while Tulsa and Cleveland counties each had one new death. All three counties now have 27 deaths each, most in the state.

COVID-19 has now killed 188 people in Oklahoma since March 18. It has put 638 people in the hospital over the course of the outbreak.

The average age of Oklahomans diagnosed with COVID-19 is 53 years old, while the average age of those dead from the illness is 74. In the last available report, there were 440 cases and 68 deaths among residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.

The state considers 1,961 people to have recovered from the illness, meaning they did not die, are not currently hospitalized and it has been at least two weeks since they were diagnosed.

According to state figures, 47,984 COVID-19 tests have been performed.

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