21 for weekly new confirmed cases per capita and no. The highest recent value for new deaths was 59 on feb 27.0 access all chart data
We also use historical data from the covid tracking project.
Oklahoma covid deaths per capita. About 2.5 deaths were recorded per 100,000 residents last week. In oklahoma, deaths attributable to the coronavirus per capita are even. It also has cumulative death totals by country.
That average is two per day below the high during this surge in. All but one of oklahoma's 77 counties have moderate or high levels of virus transmission, with 71 (92%) in the red zone for high rates of. Oklahoma was fourth in the nation in the number of new cases per capita with 547.16 per 100,000 residents, according to the university's data.
This data is for entire populations, and does not reflect the differences in rates relative to different age groups. The data shown here reflects known or documented. The daily average of new coronavirus cases has declined during the past two weeks, from 1,325 to 719 per day and oklahoma is 21st in the nation in new cases per capita with 269.23 for every 100,000 residents, according to the johns hopkins data.
644,193 cases in 7 days / 649,009 cases in 14 days / 658,623 cases in 30 days. Though it has the highest per capita death rate in the oklahoma city metro area, grady county ranks among the middle 50% of all u.s. Oklahoma added 373 deaths after reconciling records.
New deaths is changing down. 638,957 cases / 10,540 deaths / 3,575,297 tests / avg cases/day 784 declined. 33 in weekly new deaths per capita.
The most recent value for new deaths was 0 on mar 7, and the earlist value for new deaths was 11 on dec 8. “there is low access to care,. Oklahoma added about 1,800 deaths from previous months after reconciling records.
3 for test positivity rate, no. Data is compiled from the centers for disease control and prevention, covid act now, mayo clinic patient data, minnesota department of health, the unacast social distancing scoreboard, the united states department of health & human services, and usafacts. George monks, president of the oklahoma state medical association.