The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Monday the COVID-19 data tracker, at coronavirus.health.ok.gov, will continue reporting the active and recovered cases by county only. City, zip code, or long-term care and nursing home facilities are no longer listed due to the state’s Catastrophic Emergency Declaration expiring on May 31.
Oklahoma State University Extension is moving through the next phase of reopening county offices to the public in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said.
With in-person events cancelled this summer due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, OSU Center for Health Sciences Office of Outreach and University Engagement came up with a different way to engage high school students in an effort to spark their interest in a career in medicine.
This year has been very strange, but has been particularly hard on school staff. While teachers, support staff and administrators are doing what they can to support the students, who is looking out for the workers? One group has started a Facebook page with the goal of getting those workers some love and support. Admins Samantha Larney, Laura Goodner, Brown Chelsye and Sherri Duke and moderator Bill McElhannon run the Adopt an Okie Teacher Facebook page. This page is a place for all Oklahoma teachers, staff, admins and anyone else involved with the school system to come and get, well, adopted.
Many Oklahomans are not only ready to return to the office, they also want to make sure that space is as safe as possible for staff and customers.