Gov. Kevin Stitt announced late Monday he has signed an executive order to rescind the COVID-19 state of emergency in Oklahoma effective Tuesday.
The emergency declaration was set to expire May 11.
In a video message, Stitt pointed to the state's seven-day average of new cases and hospitalizations both being down more than 90% from their early January peaks.
"Because Oklahomans used personal responsibility to protect themselves, their families and our most vulnerable, the data shows COVID-19 is no longer an emergency," Stitt said.