Thursday's top stories:
- A pork plant in Guymon, Okla., is now reporting that its COVID-19 outbreak has worsened to at least 151 positive cases. Governor Kevin Stitt said the state will try to help keep the plant open.
- The Oklahoma legislature on Wednesday bucked a state Supreme Court ruling earlier this week over verifying the ID of absentee voters during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Oklahoma is now up to 4,201 confirmed COVID-19 cases. Deaths have increased to 253.