TULSA, Okla. — The Oklahoma State Department of Education tweeted that "another 357 children in Oklahoma" were diagnosed with COVID-19 on Nov. 20th.
JUST IN: Today, another 357 children in Oklahoma have been diagnosed with COVID-19.— OK State Dept of Ed (@oksde) November 20, 2020
Oklahoma is in the midst of an alarming surge in coronavirus cases, including pediatric cases.
Please wear a mask, wash your hands, socially distance & stay home as much as possible. 😷 #oklaed pic.twitter.com/RqA0TtZFhi
OSDE is asking Oklahomans to "please wear a mask, wash your hands, socially distance & stay home as much as possible."
Oklahoma and states across the country continue to experience a rise in coronavirus cases as the holiday season approaches.
READ MORE: Coronavirus in Oklahoma
Tulsa Public Schools voted to delay 4th through 6th grade students' return to the classroom until January 2021. CLICK HERE to learn more: TPS Upper elementary students return to in-person learning Jan. 4.
Several school districts across Green Country have made the move back to distance learning due to the spike in COVID-19 cases and the lack of staff due to quarantines.
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