OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The rolling average of new coronavirus cases in Oklahoma each day has declined by 59.3% during the past two weeks, according to data from Johns Hopkins University on Saturday.
The data showed the daily average decreased by 351.3, from 592.3 on April 8 to 241 on April 22.
There have been 95 new cases per 100,000 people in Oklahoma during the past two weeks, which ranks 48th in the nation for new cases per capita.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports 202 people hospitalized with the virus on Friday.
The health department, which no longer provides daily case counts and death tolls, on Friday reported 446,550 total cases since the pandemic began and 8,206 deaths based on data provided to the federal Centers for Disease Control.
The department independently investigates deaths and reports 6,716 have died due to COVID-19.
The seven-day rolling average of daily new cases in Oklahoma did not increase over the past two weeks, going from 592.33 new cases per day on April 8 to 241.00 new cases per day on April 22.