The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported on Wednesday five new deaths from COVID-19 and 43 new confirmed cases of the illness.
The deaths occurred between April 22 and Monday, with two in Tulsa County, two in Oklahoma County and one in Cleveland County. All were adults 65 or older.
Oklahoma, Tulsa and Cleveland counties lead the state in COVID-19 deaths with 51, 39 and 37. Since March 18, 299 Oklahomans have died.
The health department reported 43 new coronavirus infections, bringing the state's total to 5,532.