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In The Know: Oklahomans voting in record numbers | Analysis shows mask ordinances work | October was deadliest month

Oklahomans vote early in record numbers; State epidemiologist’s analysis demonstrates success of local mask ordinances; Oklahoma closes deadliest COVID-19 month with hotspots in Shawnee, Edmond and OKC. [More...]

In The Know: Thousands brave bad weather for early voting | Some residents without power until next week | Election news & notes

Thousands brave weather to vote early in Oklahoma; Oklahoma ice storm among worst to affect state utility; These Oklahoma politicians gave misinformation a boost; Election news & notes. [More...]

In the Know: Early voting starts today | Health official: ‘No end of this peak in sight’ | Managed care bad for patients, providers

Early voting still on despite unusual Oklahoma weather; 'No end of this peak in sight': Public health official concerned for 65-and-older demographic; Fall ice storm ‘worst nightmare’ for many in Oklahoma; Managed care will be bad for patients and providers. [More...]

In The Know: Hospital official: ‘Very, very dark winter’ ahead | Ice storm hits state | Pandemic blamed for enrollment decline

Hospital official warns of 'a very, very dark winter' for COVID-19 in Oklahoma; Oklahoma ice storm a 'worst nightmare,' leaves 200,000 without power; Tulsa Public Schools officials blame pandemic for 3,000 student drop in enrollment; Unclaimed funds: Many Oklahoma schools yet to claim share of $12 million from CARES Act. [More...]

In The Know: Feds deliver rapid tests | Rogers County outbreak | Oklahoma’s vaccination plan

Feds to deliver 1.2M rapid coronavirus tests to Oklahoma; Rogers County jail sees outbreak of COVID-19 cases; Who will get COVID-19 vaccination first? A look at Oklahoma's plan; [More...]

In The Know: OKC hits next stage of hospital surge plan | State releases maternal death report | Stitt won’t appeal tribal gaming decision

OKC hits next stage of hospital surge plan; Reported Oklahoma coronavirus cases down from record surge; Oklahoma completes first-ever report on maternal deaths; [More...]

In The Know: Gov.’s sovereignty committee releases report | Epic board approves new financial controls | Requirements for unemployment reinstated

Oklahoma virus hospitalizations surpass 900, 1,628 new cases; ‘Find a path forward’: Commission on Cooperative Sovereignty releases report; [More...]

In The Know: Hospitalizations hit record high again | Pandemic had major impact on health care coverage | AG seeks help in Indian Country

Oklahoma COVID-19 hospitalizations hit another record high; The pandemic sent Americans’ health care coverage into free fall; Hospital closures in rural America means longer drive times for patients needing care; [More...]

In The Know: State updates hospital surge plan | unemployment in Oklahoma | & more

Officials say beds still available as COVID hospitalizations rise to record highs; 3 OSU students take their own lives, students want change; Increase in government jobs drives down unemployment rate in Oklahoma, says latest labor report; [More...]

In The Know: State’s financial recovery could take years | Health department disbands COVID unit | Eviction crisis still looms large

Experts: For many, financial recovery could take years; Health department disbands unit responding to COVID-19; Oklahoma reports new highs in COVID-19 hospitalizations; [More...]


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