Oklahoma had another 74 cases of COVID-19 reported Friday, bringing the state's total to 322.
According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, 105 people have now been hospitalized for the respiratory illness caused by the new coronavirus, and an eighth person has died, a Creek County man in his 70s.
Five counties had their first reported cases of COVID-19. The illness is now officially in 38 counties.
Oklahoma County continues to lead the state with 93 reported cases, followed by Tulsa County with 49 — an increase of eight cases — and Cleveland County with 39.