Coming out of the weekend when reporting lags, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported on Monday 27 new cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths.
The state is now up to 3,280 reported cases of the illness and 197 known deaths. Over the course of the outbreak, 656 people have been hospitalized.
Oklahoma County leads the state in cases and deaths, with 703 and 29. Tulsa County has 490 cases and 28 deaths. Cleveland County has 404 cases and 27 deaths.
There are now reported cases of the illness in 70 of Oklahoma's 77 counties.