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COVID-19 Update - January 12

This article was archived on 4/2/2022

With the rise of COVID-19 case levels due to the Omicron variant, the City of Tulsa remains committed to following public health guidance to help slow spread of the virus in the Tulsa area.  

“Our COVID working group continues to meet regularly with local public health leadership to monitor the latest data and trends and we remain open and responsive to any policy requests should they be made,” Mayor G.T. Bynum said. “At this time no changes have been recommended to us on a policy level, but as a City government, we continue to have a mask and vaccine resolution in effect for the entire Tulsa community, as well as multiple safeguards in place at City facilities to protect our employees and visitors.” 

City of Tulsa Organizational Updates
All employees and visitors are required to wear masks in public places within City Hall and all City Hall employees are supplied with KN95 masks. City Hall visitors may wear their own masks or are given a disposable mask upon entry. Other City facility requirements remain at the discretion of the relevant department supervisor.  

When it comes to City employees working from home, throughout the pandemic, each department director has the authority to make decisions related to the safety and health of their staff and residents while balancing operational concerns and expectations. Department directors continue to review and can adjust their department plans accordingly as it relates to COVID-19 in Tulsa. The City of Tulsa continues to operate on the most recent CDC guidance as it relates to exposure and quarantine guidance.  

Mask & Vaccine Resolution
As a reminder, a mask and vaccine resolution remain in effect in Tulsa city limits, which: 

The resolution can be found online.  

For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 from the City of Tulsa, including mask posters and flyers that any business or organization can use, visit  

Vaccine and Testing Information
The COVID-19 vaccine is offered free of charge, regardless of health insurance status. There are various places to receive the vaccine. To learn more and to schedule an appointment, visit  

Want to find more information about COVID-19 vaccines, testing, data and COVID information? The Tulsa Health Department is your one-stop shop for the latest information: