Oklahoma records 1,800 COVID-19 cases, breaking one-day record | TheHill

Oklahoma topped new COVID-19 records Saturday, marking a one-day increase of over 1,800 new virus cases, the state health department reported. Gov. Keven Stitt (R) moved on Friday to extend the state of emergency — an order that was first issued in March — for 30 days, according to an official press release. “This health crisis still exists, and still needs to be addressed in various ways by executive order,” Stitt said.

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