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Gov. Stitt announces a "Safer-At-Home" Order for Vulnerable Populations Until April 30

Posted at 2:35 PM, Mar 24, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-25 09:32:22-04

Oklahoma's Governor Kevin Stitt, along with members of the Governor's Solution Task Force, announced a "safer-at-home" order today during a press conference in Oklahoma City.

Gov. Stitt issued a "safer-at-home" order for the vulnerable populations until April 30.

Effective at midnight tonight, a restriction of any gatherings of 10 or more will take place across the whole state, says Gov. Stitt.

All nonessential businesses must close at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday and remain close for 21 days, Gov. Stitt says. He encouraged restaurants to stay open for delivery and/or curbside pick-up.

Currently, Oklahoma State Department of Health says there are three reported coronavirus deaths in the state, with 106 positive cases in state, 753 negative cases and 25 hospitalizations.

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