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The Texoma Report 8-6-2020

Aug 10, 2020

People who think they have recovered from COVID-19 have seen positive test results and worried that they’re infected a second time. 

In March, schools had to suddenly switch to teaching remotely when COVID-19 was discovered in Oklahoma.

The Texoma Report 8-3-2020

Aug 10, 2020

As the first day of school draws nearer, Oklahoma school districts are rolling out their plans to educate amid a global pandemic. 

Governor Kevin Stitt's office has confirmed that the Whiet House coronavirus taks force has recommended far stricter measures for Oklahoma than are currently in pace. 

Cities and towns across Oklahoma have begun adopting mask mandates. StateImpact’s Catherine Sweeney reports that one might already be reaping the benefits.

The Texoma Report 7-13-2020

Jul 13, 2020

COVID-19 in Oklahoma State prisons by State Impact's Quinton Chandler. The Texas Attorney General's reponse to the US Discrict Court's ruling on a Texas election law. The long-running Woody Guthrie Festival in Okema goes virtual. Oklahoma Department of Education's Joy Hoffmeister comments on safety in our public schools following the death of a local 13-year-old girl due to COVID-19. And Lawton City Council places a new public safety mandate on all city buildings.