Health and COVID-19

Health issues and COVID-19

Even after Governor Kevin Stitt's executive order, two essentials - gas and groceries - are considered essential and hold risks for COVID-19 infection.
Tuesday, Governor Stitt declared that all non-essential businesses would be closed in counties with community spread of Covid-19, including Oklahoma County.
Restricting visitation, isolating new bookings, and lowering the jail population are all measures taken to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the Okla County Jail.
Oklahoma City Public Schools will be delivering meals to be picked up for students in a number of neighborhoods across the expansive district.
Putnam City Schools released closure guidelines for all employees, students and families Thursday following the State Board of Ed's closure order.
Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt modified his emergency declaration from Sunday now closing bars, gyms, theaters, and limiting restaurants to take-out only.
Mayor David Holt declared a state of emergency for the City of Oklahoma City Sunday afternoon in response to the COVID-19 pandemic threat.
Sunday afternoon OKCPS Supt. Sean McDaniels sent an email to families and staff they still plans to resume classes Monday, March 23 after spring break.
Congresswoman Kendra Horn raised the issue of water cutoffs during the new coronavirus pandemic bringing attention to City of OKC's alarming cutoff rates.
Claiming to have no confirmed cases of the new coronavirus or COVID-19, OKCPS is canceling classes and all activities Friday, March 13.