Any type of abortion not necessary to save a woman’s life or health must be delayed until April 7 in Oklahoma.
Gov. Kevin Stitt said Friday they are included in his order to postpone some medical procedures in an attempt to save protective equipment for health care providers.
Oklahoma Call for Reproductive Justice board member Gabriela Cano said Stitt's clarification is too broad.
"These medical procedures are done more in clinics than in hospitals, and he did not specify what that would look like to — what type of procedure would be banned," Cano said.