Friday's top stories:
- Governor Stitt says the state of Oklahoma has "plenty of tests," and that anyone who wants one, whether or not they have symptoms, can get one. The State Department of Health says they aim to test 2% of the state's population by the end of May.
- The ACLU of Oklahoma is alleging that the governor's office and the Oklahoma Department of Corrections are downplaying and ignoring threats of COVID-19 outbreaks throughout the state's prisons and jails.
- Oklahoma has now confirmed 3,618 cases of COVID-19, with 222 deaths.