The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a source of evidence-based tools and information related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The Oklahoma State Department of Health is leading the response in Oklahoma.
On the CDC’s website, information is segmented into various categories based on community settings, ranging from K-12 Schools and Childcare Programs, to Community- and Faith-Based Organizations, to Healthcare settings, and more.
- Total, state, and case/death count by county
- Guide to Mitigation Strategies in Schools, Workplaces & Community Locations.
- Care for Breastfeeding Women guidelines
- Communication Toolkit for Transportation Partners to Inform Road Travelers
For up-to-date information about coronavirus in Oklahoma, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Coronavirus Response page.
Additional Resources for Oklahoma Communities
Click here for more information and assistance for schools, workplaces & community locations from national, state, and local public health partners.
How are you taking action?
As our world and nation take extraordinary but necessary measures to battle the novel coronavirus pandemic, many of us, our colleagues, and community partners are on the front lines of providing health care, information and community assistance here in Oklahoma.
Log in to share your experiences in the Forum on OK In the Know. Whether you work at a health department, hospital, mental health agency or a community organization, what are you doing locally that is helping fellow Oklahomans stay safe or get some form of assistance?