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March 26: COVID-19 Situation Update

This article was archived on 5/24/2020

Situation Update

To date, there have been 41 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Tulsa County, with one death and one recovered patient- community spread is confirmed in Tulsa County.

Tulsa Parks Playgrounds Closed
In an effort to combat gatherings of 10 or more people, all City, County and River Parks playgrounds will close today. Additionally, City of Tulsa playgrounds, adult fitness facilities, sports courts (tennis, pickleball and basketball), dog parks, and skate parks will close.

Trails, open space, disc golf and City and County golf courses will stay open.  

Safer At Home Order Issued by the State of Oklahoma

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has issued a Safer at Home Order that extends to all 77 counties for vulnerable populations (those 65 and older and those with underlying medical conditions)  to stay at home through April 30. This order applies to the City of Tulsa and Tulsa County. Per the Governor’s order, in Tulsa County, all non-essential businesses should be closed.

Essential workers and businesses do not need documentation, nor does anyone needing to make essential trips to these businesses.

To view the Governor’s Executive Order, see a list of essential businesses, and fill out a form to request to have your business classified as essential, visit the State‘s website or the City’s COVID-19 portal at:

City of Tulsa E-Services Portal

Residents needing to pay utility bills, municipal traffic tickets and use police and 311 reporting can do so on the City’s E-Services portal.

Basic Health Tips
COVID-19 is spread from person-to-person contact. Contraction can best be prevented through proper hygiene and physical distancing.

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