PURPOSE: This page is intended to provide information to Beckham County, Oklahoma residents regarding pandemic information worldwide, in the United States, and in Oklahoma. Our goal is to provide updated information regarding local issues that result from the pandemic that could impact your family or business.
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LATEST NEWS AND UPDATES:
July 13, 2020 By News Director Jared Atha Beckham County’s number of active COVID-19 cases continues to rise.
July 2, 2020 By News Director Jared Atha Custer County has seen an additional five active cases of Covid-19 added since Wednesday.
July 2, 2020 By News Director Jared Atha Governor Kevin Stitt and State Superintendent of Schools Joy Hofmeister announced Wednesday that $16 million in federal grants will be dispersed among 150 Oklahoma school districts, including some school
July 1, 2020 By News Director Jared Atha It was a day of recovery for Oklahoma.
June 30, 2020 By News Director Jared Atha Harmon County is now reporting a case of COVID-19. According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s daily report, the first case of the virus in the county resides
June 29, 2020 By News Director Jared Atha COVID-19 cases have re-emerged in Kiowa County.
June 26, 2020 By News Director Jared Atha Two counties in the area are up a case, while one county is down a case of COVID-19.
Updated: 11:00am on June 26 According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, as of 11:00am Friday Oklahoma has 3,149 of active cases of COVID-19, an increase of 83 active cases in the state when compared to
June 24, 2020 By News Director Jared Atha Elk City’s number of active cases of COVID-19 is now at four.
Updated: 11:00am on June 24 According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health, as of 11:00am Wednesday Oklahoma has 2,769 of active cases of COVID-19, an increase of 225 active cases in the state when compared to
GENERAL COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) INFORMATION:
Businesses and employers can prevent and slow the spread of COVID-19. Employers should plan to respond in a flexible way to varying levels of disease transmission in the community and be prepared to refine their business response plans
Live statistics and coronavirus news tracking the latest information on number infected, recovered, deceased and seriously ill. Interactive Social Distancing Scoreboard: see how your county measures up. Current Infection Numbers, WORLDWIDE Current Infection Numbers, OKLAHOMA Bing Interactive
David McGee, Store Director, United Super Markets, Elk City, OK – David McGee – March 26, 2020 (video) Dr. Treva Graham answers questions about Coronavirus – March 20, 2020 (video) Dr. Perkins – March 20, 2020 (audio
STATE OF OKLAHOMA Governor’s Executive Orders Phase 1: Personal care business open April 24 – adhering to CDC guidelines Gyms, theaters, churches and sporting ventures open May 1 – adhering to CDC guidelines Phase 2: Non-essential travel
ALL CLINICS/MEDICAL FACILITIES: CALL AHEAD IF YOU ARE SYMPTOMATIC OR HAVE BEEN EXPOSED, OR HAVE TRAVELED TO AN INFECTED AREA WITHIN THE PAST 2 WEEKS. Great Plains Regional Hospital Changes to visitation policy The Grill @ 1705 is closed Elk City
NOTE APPLICABLE ALL BUSINESSES IN BECKHAM COUNTY, OKLAHOMA: If symptomatic, or if recently exposed to a symptomatic or infected person, or if recently returned from an infected area, PLEASE STAY HOME, and call ahead if you need
NOTE APPLICABLE ALL SCHOOLS/DAYCARES IN BECKHAM COUNTY: If symptomatic, or if recently exposed to a symptomatic or infected person, or if recently returned from an infected area, PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOOL/DAYCARE DIRECTLY FOR GUIDANCE BEFORE ENTERING ANY
Merritt Schools will be providing free lunches for school age children starting Monday, March 23 until April 3. Please fill out this form. Lunches may be picked up at the following locations and times. Please do not get out of your
Places of worship are now open as long as every other pew is left empty to allow for social distancing.