The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported two COVID-19 related deaths from Grady County on Wednesday.
Both residents were men in the 65 and older age group, one from Tuttle and the other from Chickasha. Chickasha has had a total of 23 virus related deaths. Tuttle has had seven.
Since the pandemic began, there have been 39 COVID-19 deaths from Grady County. The county has had 4,173 total cases and 3,778 recoveries.
As of Wednesday, there are 356 active cases including: Chickasha: 132, Blanchard (between Grady and McClain): 187, Tuttle: 96, Minco: 25, Rush Springs: 24, Ninnekah: 9, Alex: 5, Amber: 5, Verden: 3, Pocasset: 1.
At the state level, OSDH reported 3,305 new cases and 62 additional deaths. This brings the state’s total to 311,573 cases and 2,633 deaths.