Susquehanna has had 1,524 COVID cases to date.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Tuesday reported 1,296 new virus cases and 38 additional deaths for totals of 392,164 cases and 3,602 deaths since the pandemic began. There have been 3,125 active cases over the last 21 days as of Wednesday. Some patients hospitalized by COVID-19 are in hospitals outside of Hays County but are included in the county's numbers if they reside within Hays County, the local health department said. The tally of recoveries from the virus surged to 316,442 with the addition of 978 new recoveries. Positive results from both test types will be combined and included in the daily and cumulative case counts. Also in the top 10: Wayne (103 new cases), Washtenaw (99), Macomb (95), Kent (84), Kalamazoo (44), Ottawa (42), Ingham (31), Saginaw (31) and Genesee (27).
Burleson County went from 1,179 to 1,844 total cases. The previous week, 112 new cases were recorded.
Columbiana County had 7,618 total COVID-19 cases as of Monday with 6,606 presumed recovered and 125 fatalities, according to the ODH. Their active case number jumped from 88 to 379 cases. There was one additional death for a total of 49. Mountain City has amassed 36 cases and two now active cases.
Fifty-four percent of the cases involve women.
Hoosiers 65 and older, along with health care workers, long-term care residents and first responders who are regularly called to the scene of an emergency to render medical assistance, are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Over the weekend, the state reported five COVID deaths in the county.
Seven deaths have been reported since Friday; last week, the county reported 16 deaths. There are now 10,827 Texans hospitalized by the coronavirus, according to the DSHS.
Out of total deaths reported to PA-NEDSS, 11,406 have occurred in residents from nursing or personal care facilities.
There are now 196 active cases, according to the university's dashboard.
KPHO-TV reported Tuesday it learned through a public records request that 553 doses were wasted between December 17 and January 20.
"We know the COVID-19 variants make things more challenging as the virus is more likely to spread quickly, which is why we all need to continue to make safe choices", Henry and Dix said.