Monday's top stories:
- Researchers say Oklahoma and its bordering states risk worsening each others' COVID-19 infection rates by reopening in a rushed or uncoordinated manner.
- Oklahoma now has confirmed 3,280 cases of COVID-19, with 197 deaths. The virus has been found in 70 of Oklahoma's 77 counties.
- Oklahoma U.S. Senator James Lankford says federal coronavirus unemployment payments may be too generous.
- Tulsa-based gas station and convenience store chain QuikTrip says it's hiring full- and part-time staff. A manager at one of their Tulsa locations died earlier this month of COVID-19, and an employee told the Tulsa World the company was failing its employees during the coronavirus crisis.