The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported on Friday three additional deaths from and 68 new cases of COVID-19.
Two deaths happened in the past 24 hours, and the third happened May 23. All three were adults 65 or older.
Two deaths were in Tulsa County, which now has 51, second only to Oklahoma County with 60. Since March 18, 329 Oklahomans have officially died of COVID-19.
Over the course of the outbreak, 982 people have been hospitalized, and 160 are currently hospitalized. The state now has 6,338 confirmed cases of the illness.