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8 new flu deaths reported in Oklahoma, according to Oklahoma State Department of Health

Posted at 1:26 PM, Mar 09, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-09 19:29:01-05

Eight new flu deaths have been reported in the state of Oklahoma over the past week.

According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, a total of 56 people have died due to complications from the flu in Oklahoma this flu season.

16 people in Tulsa County have died from the flu this season.

Below is a breakdown of flu related hospitalizations by county:

  • Adair 20
  • Alfalfa 2
  • Atoka 4
  • Beaver 1
  • Beckham 1
  • Blaine 11
  • Bryan 28
  • Caddo 8
  • Canadian 32
  • Carter 17
  • Cherokee 28
  • Choctaw 8
  • Cimarron 0
  • Cleveland 117
  • Coal 1
  • Comanche 40
  • Cotton 1
  • Craig 7
  • Creek 58
  • Custer 18
  • Delaware 4
  • Dewey 4
  • Ellis 0
  • Garfield 31
  • Garvin 15
  • Grady 17
  • Grant 4
  • Greer 2
  • Harmon 0
  • Harper 6
  • Haskell 3
  • Hughes 4
  • Jackson 10
  • Jefferson 4
  • Johnston 6
  • Kay 31
  • Kingfisher 9
  • Kiowa 2
  • Latimer 6
  • Le Flore 4
  • Lincoln 28
  • Logan 37
  • Love 6
  • Major 2
  • Marshall 11
  • Mayes 37
  • McClain 21
  • McCurtain 8
  • McIntosh 12
  • Murray 9
  • Muskogee 38
  • Noble 4
  • Nowata 2
  • Okfuskee 2
  • Oklahoma 343
  • Okmulgee 21
  • Osage 29
  • Ottawa 12
  • Pawnee 10
  • Payne 23
  • Pittsburg 23
  • Pontotoc 21
  • Pottawatomie 51
  • Pushmataha 0
  • Roger Mills 0
  • Rogers 44
  • Seminole 9
  • Sequoyah 8
  • Stephens 19
  • Texas 2
  • Tillman 2
  • Tulsa 423
  • Wagoner 47
  • Washington 11
  • Washita 5
  • Woods 1
  • Woodward 1

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