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3-day average of Oklahoma COVID-19 hospitalizations tops 500
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The rolling three-day average number of coronavirus hospitalizations in Oklahoma has topped 500 for the first time since late October.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported on Thursday a three-day average of 515 people hospitalized with COVID-19, including 158 under intensive care.
The department reported 1,621 beds were available at Oklahoma’s acute-care hospitals, including 158 ICU beds.
The rolling average of hospitalizations had fallen to 399 on Nov. 9 after topping more than 1,400 in late August.