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Douglas County reported 2,961 cases of COVID-19 as of Friday, an increase of 34 cases since Thursday.
This comes as it was confirmed yesterday that the spread of the Covid-19 virus is falling for the first time in months.
The state said there were 257,367 people tested from Sunday to Friday with 14,938 positive cases - for a 5.8% positivity rate.
Despite the positive data, there was a note of caution regarding the new figures, with incidence rates increasing among older cohorts just as they have declined among younger age groups.
That kept Oklahoma in the COVID-19 "red zone", Johns Hopkins University reported.
According to the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, the virus has infected more than 44 million people worldwide and killed over 1.16 million people.
Thirty-seven new cases were reported in Galway, which has the fourth highest number of new cases after Dublin, Cork and Mayo.
The deaths include a Mesquite man in his 60s, a Dallas woman I her 70s, and a Dallas man in his 80s. The majority of individuals who contracted COVID-19 live in either Oswego, 26%; Plano, 12%; Oswego Township, 12%; or Yorkville, 15%, the data shows.
More than 11,000 Wyomingites have been confirmed to have COVID-19 since the pandemic began in the spring.
Also, according to IDPH data, 69 of Kendall County's COVID-19 cases had been reported as of October 23 at three long-term care facilities in the county: 57 at Symphony at the Tillers of Oswego, 11 at the Hillside Rehab and Care in Yorkville and four at Association of Individual Development facilities in the county. Outbreaks were also announced at three more care homes: at Hawthorne Seniors Care Community in Port Coquitlam, CareLife Fleetwood in Surrey, and Queen's Park Hospital in New Westminster.