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HomeHealthWahzhazhe Health Center releases COVID-19 Update for the week Nov. 9-13

Wahzhazhe Health Center releases COVID-19 Update for the week Nov. 9-13

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Photo caption: WHC COVID-19 Testing Data and COVID-19 Situational Data for the week of Nov. 9-13. These tests were exclusively performed by ONHS WHC staff. Courtesy Graphics/Wahzhazhe Health Center. Courtesy Graphics/Wahzhazhe Health Center

The Wahzhazhe Health Center has released its weekly COVID-19 update of tests conducted at its facility.

For the week of Nov. 9-13, the WHC reports that 177 tests were conducted and 15 of those tests were positive and 162 of those were negative results. The WHC is currently monitoring 31 active cases and the contact tracers are monitoring 170 individuals.

The following is the data provided by the Wahzhazhe Health Center for the week of Nov. 9-13:

Active Cases:
31       

Active Contacts being Traced:

170     

New Cases:

19       

Hospitalized:

0         

Deaths:

0         

COVID-19 Tests Conducted: 177

Negative           162, 92%
Positive            15, 8%

Tests by Age Group

65+                    8
50-64               37
35-49               47
18-34               64
17 & Under      21

Testing by Gender

Female             121, 68%
Male                 56, 32%

Tests by Communities

Barnsdall         7
Bartlesville      6
Fairfax              7
Hominy            39
Pawhuska        81
Skiatook           16
Wynona           4
Other                20


Original Publish Date: 2020-11-17 00:00:00

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