TULSA, Okla. — The coronavirus pandemic continues.
State and local health departments continue to track cases, hospitalization and spread of COVID-19. The latest numbers show an increase in Oklahoma and Tulsa County, while health leaders haven't made any changes to recommendations or guidelines they are keeping a close eye on the numbers.
SEE: Tulsa County Health Department COVID-19 map shows mainly green, yellow areas.
The Delta Variant is in Oklahoma and officials are urging people to get vaccinated to stay healthy.
The City of Tulsa is also monitoring the data.
The City will continue to follow the data as it relates to COVID-19. Case counts and hospitalizations continue to be low. The City stands with the Tulsa Health Department and strongly encourages Tulsans to take advantage of free and plentiful vaccinations, which are the most effective means of protection against COVID-19.
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