Health

COVID-19 Update as of May 2, 2020

The Osage News is providing a weekly summary of COVID-19 data compiled by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. The first News’ COVID-19 data summary was posted on April 18, 2020.

According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma currently has a total of 3,851 confirmed cases of COVID-19. This is an increase of 658 individuals in one week since Gov. Kevin Stitt began reopening the state on April 25.

Currently, there are 236 individuals hospitalized in the state and 238 individuals have died, an increase of 44 deaths since April 25.

The News has pulled data to reflect the situation of the virus spread within Osage County, its towns and surrounding cities frequented by Osage County residents, such as Tulsa, Ponca City and Bartlesville. 

Below is data from the latest OSDH COVID-19 Report as of May 2, 2020.

Confirmed active cases by City as of May 2, 2020
Tulsa – 114 cases
Bartlesville – 84 cases (number increased by 2 since April 25)
Skiatook – 8 cases (number increased by 1 case since April 25)
Owasso – 5 cases
Cleveland – 3 cases (number decreased by 1 case since April 25)
Pawhuska – 2 cases (number decreased by 1 case since April 25)
Ponca City – 2 cases (number decreased by 1 case since April 25)
Sperry – 2 cases (no increase/decrease since April 25)
Barnsdall – 1 case (no increase/decrease since April 25)
Hominy – 0 (no increase since April 25)
Fairfax – 0 (no increase since April 25

Deaths by City as of May 2, 2020
Tulsa – 21 deaths
Bartlesville – 21 deaths (deaths increased by 8 individuals since April 25)
Skiatook – 7 deaths (no increase)
Ponca City – 5 deaths (deaths increased by 1 individual since April 25)
Cleveland – 2 deaths (no increase)
Barnsdall – 2 deaths (no increase)
Owasso – 1 death
Kaw City – 1 death (no increase)
Sperry – 0
Pawhuska – 0
Hominy – 0
Fairfax – 0 

Recovered cases by City as of May 2, 2020
Tulsa – 270
Bartlesville – 119 recovered (an increase of 28 people since April 25)
Ponca City – 35 recovered (no increase)
Skiatook – 29 recovered (an increase of 3 people since April 25)
Owasso – 17 recovered
Cleveland – 16 recovered (an increase of 1 individual since April 25)
Pawhuska – 8 recovered (an increase of 1 individual since April 25)
Hominy – 7 recovered
Sperry – 5 recovered (an increase of 1 individual since April 25)
Barnsdall – 2 recovered

Total Cases by Race as of May 2, 2020
White alone – 70.63%
Unknown – 10.13%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone – 7.12%
Black or African American alone – 6.26%
Multiple Races/Other – 3.77%
Asian or Pacific Islander alone – 2.10%

To view more data for the state of Oklahoma, visit: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/