State officials say adequate testing and supplies of protective equipment for health care workers are key in Oklahoma's response to COVID-19.
Testing in Oklahoma should greatly increase by the end of the week. An executive order by Gov. Kevin Stitt allows OU and OSU to process tests. Oklahoma Secretary of Science and Innovation Dr. Kayse Shrum said their labs will be able to run 10,000 per week, but that means many more than Oklahoma’s current 67 cases of the illness will be identified.