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07/19/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Sunday, July 19 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 99 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. No new confirmed cases reported today.

➡️ 83 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. Two new recoveries reported.

➡️ 19,466 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 280 recoveries from Saturday.

➡️ 25,265 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 209 newly confirmed positive cases from Saturday.

➡️ 451 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma. No deaths reported in the past 24 hours.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/18/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Saturday, July 18 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 99 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Three new confirmed cases reported today.

➡️ 81 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. One new recovery reported.

➡️ 19,186 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 420 recoveries from Friday.

➡️ 25,056 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 916 newly confirmed positive cases from Friday.

➡️ 451 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of six deaths from Friday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report for July 10-16. Dat...
07/17/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report for July 10-16. Data in the report provides a detailed snapshot of confirmed cases, recoveries and deaths in Oklahoma. Some key points from the Weekly Report are:
➡️ 4,945 confirmed cases in the past week. This is an increase of 25.0 percent from the week before (July 3-9).
➡️ 325 confirmed cases were reported to OSDH as hospitalized in the past week, which is an increase of 16.9 percent from the week before (July 3-9).
➡️ 28 deaths occurred in the past week. This is an increase of 86.7 percent from the week before (July 3-9).
➡️ 468,644 specimens have been tested.
➡️ 77 out of 77 counties have at least one confirmed case of COVID-19.
➡️ 2,218 or 9.5 percent of confirmed cases have been hospitalized.

07/17/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Friday, July 17 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 96 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Four new confirmed cases reported today.

➡️ 80 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. Four new recoveries reported.

➡️ 18,766 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 671 recoveries from Thursday.

➡️ 24,140 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 699 newly confirmed positive cases from Thursday.

➡️ 445 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of seven deaths from Thursday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/17/2020
Due to the COVID-19 virus, the carnival that was scheduled for the Whole Hawg Days festival has been canceled.The cancel...
07/16/2020
Events Local

Due to the COVID-19 virus, the carnival that was scheduled for the Whole Hawg Days festival has been canceled.
The cancellation was reported after press time for the Indian Journal. An item about the festival mentioned the carnival.

07/16/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Thursday, July 16 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 92 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Four new confirmed cases reported today.

➡️ 76 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. 13 new recoveries reported.

➡️ 18,095 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 729 recoveries from Wednesday.

➡️ 23,441 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 628 newly confirmed positive cases from Wednesday.

➡️ 438 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of six deaths from Wednesday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/15/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Wednesday, July 15 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 88 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. No new confirmed cases reported today.

➡️ 63 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. Two new recoveries reported.

➡️ 17, 366 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 731 recoveries from Tuesday.

➡️ 22,813 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 1,075 newly confirmed positive cases from Tuesday.

➡️ 432 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of four deaths from Tuesday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/14/2020
McIntosh County Health Department

McIntosh County Health Department

NEW POST FREE TESTING

The health departments in Checotah and Eufaula will be doing drive up COVID-19 testing from 8:30-11:30 daily, no appointments necessary. Please remain in your car and someone will come out and get your information and then the nurse will test you.

07/14/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Tuesday, July 14 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 88 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. One confirmed case reported today.

➡️ 61 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. One new recovery reported.

➡️ 16,635 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 820 recoveries from Monday.

➡️ 21,738 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 993 newly confirmed positive cases from Monday.

➡️ 428 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of four deaths from Monday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/14/2020

COVID-19 testing
The McIntosh County Health Department offices in Eufaula and Checotah will test for COVID-19 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Monday through Friday.

No appointment is necessary.

The Eufaula office is at 29 Hospital Drive.
The Checotah office is at 211 W. Gentry.

07/13/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Monday, July 13 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 87 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. One confirmed case reported today.

➡️ 60 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. One new recovery reported.

➡️ 15,815 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 330 recoveries from Sunday.

➡️ 20,745 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 510 newly confirmed positive cases from Sunday.

➡️ 424 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of two deaths from Sunday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/12/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Sunday, July 12 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 86 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. One confirmed case reported today.

➡️ 59 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. One new recovery reported.

➡️ 15,485 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 349 recoveries from Saturday.

➡️ 20,235 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 456 newly confirmed positive cases from Saturday.

➡️ 422 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of one death from Saturday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

Eufaula Area Chamber
07/11/2020

Eufaula Area Chamber

Today's the day for the 4th Annual Xtreme Bite Me Noodling Tournament in Eufaula. All weigh ins have to be in by 6 pm. The Chamber will have a table at Xtreme Amphitheater to sell the Shop Local Raffle tickets. Come on out from 1-3 pm and catch some of the big guys coming in and help us finish up the renovations to the new building.

07/11/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Saturday, July 11 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 85 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. One confirmed case reported today.

➡️ 58 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. One new recovery reported.

➡️ 15,136 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 488 recoveries from Friday.

➡️ 19,779 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 687 newly confirmed positive cases from Friday.

➡️ 421 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of five deaths from Friday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

McIntosh County Democrat
07/11/2020

McIntosh County Democrat

If you are going to advertise, why not advertise in a special tab that will be viewed by McIntosh county residents and visitors!

Claim your spot in our Whole Hawg Day tab.

The WHD tab will publish in both newspapers, be uploaded to both websites and will be in the packets for all Poker Run participants.

To claim your spot call Jean now!
Deadline is July 15.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report for July 3-9. Data ...
07/10/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report for July 3-9. Data in the report provides a detailed snapshot of confirmed cases, recoveries and deaths in Oklahoma. Some key points from the Weekly Report are:
➡️ 3,957 confirmed cases in the past week. This is an increase of 52,7 percent from the week before (June 26-July 2).
➡️ 278 confirmed cases were reported to OSDH as hospitalized in the past week, which is a decrease of 0.4 percent from the week before (June 26-July 2).
➡️ 15 deaths occurred in the past week. This is a decrease of 25.0 percent from the week before (June 26-July 2).
➡️ 414,197 specimens have been tested.
➡️ 76 out of 77 counties have at least one confirmed case of COVID-19.
➡️ 1,893 or 13 percent of confirmed cases have been hospitalized.

07/10/2020

Millie free from pain
Amelia “Millie” Joy Mount, the 3-year-old cancer victim from Byars whose story appeared in the July 9 issue of the Indian Journal and the McIntosh County Democrat, passed away Wednesday, July 8.
The story was about her wish to go fishing with her family being fulfilled on a June 27 outing on Lake Eufaula, in the Porum Landing area.
Dozens of people were on hand when Millie arrived to wish her well.
Her parents, David and Courtney Mount, posted news about her passing on Facebook and added service arrangements.
A viewing for Millie will be from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 11 at Primrose Funeral Service, 1109 N. Porter in Norman. The family will be there to receive friends from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
A Celebration of Millie’s Life and her impact on so many will be held at 5 p.m., Monday, July 13 at the First Baptist Church of Ada.
She will then be laid to rest in the McGee Cemetery in Stratford.
The services will be live streamed for anyone who cannot attend but wishes to be part of her celebration.

07/10/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Friday, July 10 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 84 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Five confirmed cases reported today.

➡️ 57 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. One new recovery reported.

➡️ 14,648 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 548 recoveries from Thursday.

➡️ 19,092 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 596 newly confirmed positive cases from Thursday.

➡️ 416 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of six deaths from Thursday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/09/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Thursday, July 9 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 79 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Eight confirmed cases reported today.

➡️ 56 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. No new recoveries reported.

➡️ 14,100 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 562 recoveries from Wednesday.

➡️ 18,496 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 603 newly confirmed positive cases from Wednesday.

➡️ 410 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of three deaths from Wednesday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/08/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Wednesday, July 8 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 71 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Two confirmed cases reported today.

➡️ 56 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. Three new recoveries reported.

➡️ 13,538 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 533 recoveries from Tuesday.

➡️ 17,893 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 673 newly confirmed positive cases from Tuesday.

➡️ 407 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of three deaths from Tuesday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/07/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Tuesday, July 7 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 69 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. One less confirmed case reported today.

➡️ 53 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. Three new recoveries reported.

➡️ 13,005 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 573 recoveries from Monday.

➡️ 17,220 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 858 newly confirmed positive cases from Monday.

➡️ 404 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of five deaths from Monday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report for June 26 to July...
07/07/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report for June 26 to July 2 Data in the report provides a detailed snapshot of confirmed cases, recoveries and deaths in Oklahoma. Some key points from the Weekly Report are:
➡️ 2,591 confirmed cases in the past week. This is a decrease of 0.1 percent from the week before (June 19-25).
➡️ 279 confirmed cases were reported to OSDH as hospitalized in the past week, which is an increase of 82.4 percent from the week before (June 19-25).
➡️ 20 deaths occurred in the past week. This is an increase of 122.2 percent from the week before (June 19-25).
➡️ 366,289 specimens have been tested.
➡️ 76 out of 77 counties have at least one confirmed case of COVID-19.
➡️ 1,615 or 11.1 percent of confirmed cases have been hospitalized.

07/06/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Monday, July 6 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 70 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Three new confirmed cases reported today. One new confirmed case reported on Sunday.

➡️ 50 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. One new recovery reported.

➡️ 12,432 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 186 recoveries from Sunday.

➡️ 16,362 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 434 newly confirmed positive cases from Sunday.

➡️ 399 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of one death from Sunday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/04/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Saturday, July 4 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 66 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Two new confirmed cases reported.

➡️ 49 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. Two new recoveries reported.

➡️ 11,965 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 446 recoveries from Friday.

➡️ 15,645 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 580 newly confirmed positive cases from Friday.

➡️ 398 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma. No deaths reported in the past 24 hours.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/03/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Friday, July 3 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 64 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. One new confirmed case reported.

➡️ 47 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. One new recovery reported.

➡️ 11,519 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 471 recoveries from Thursday.

➡️ 15,065 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 526 newly confirmed positive cases from Thursday.

➡️ 398 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of three deaths from Thursday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

07/02/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has reported the following numbers for Thursday, July 2 regarding COVID-19:

➡️ 63 total cases and one death in McIntosh County. Four new confirmed case reported.

➡️ 44 recoveries reported from McIntosh County. Four new recovery reported.

➡️ 11,048 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 443 recoveries from Wednesday.

➡️ 14,539 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 427 newly confirmed positive cases from Wednesday.

➡️ 395 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of six deaths from Wednesday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

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