On Friday March, 6th the Tulsa Health Department held a press conference to announce the first confirmed case of the Coronavirus in Tulsa County.
We reached out to several high-traffic businesses, churches, temples, and synagogues regarding any changes to events or precautions being taken.
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Chuck Garrett, CEO of Cherokee Nation Businesses, told us “Employee and patron health and safety remains a priority for Cherokee Nation Businesses and we are carefully monitoring the full scope of the coronavirus (Covid-19). We will continue to evaluate our practices and work to improve the ways that we keep our employees and patrons safe, healthy, and secure. We are actively working with local and national health organizations to stay updated on the status and spread of the coronavirus.”
Michelle Spencer, the Children & Youth Programs Assistant at All Souls Unitarian Church, told us "At this time we aren’t making any changes to the services. Our sexton crew are working hard to make sure all surfaces are clean and sanitized."
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