OKLAHOMA CITY — Governor Kevin Stitt is extending the state of emergency related to COVID-19 that has been in place since March 15.
The amended executive order removes the previous extension of all occupational licenses and gives licensees 60 days to pay or renew any licenses extended by prior orders, according to the governor's office.
Officials said the executive order also updates hospital and testing reporting requirements and modifies the days on which the Oklahoma State Department of Health is required to provide a summary of information to the governor from "daily" to "each weekday."
To read the full executive order, click here.
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