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TULSA - Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma recently announced it will authorize any member who was receiving treatment outside of Oklahoma prior to March 15 to continue receiving care closer to home if they prefer not to travel during the COVID-19 pandemic through July 31.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s governor will allow providers to resume elective surgeries Friday, but advocates caution it won’t be business as usual with fears of possible COVID-19 surges and a continued shortage in protective equipment for providers.

As Oklahomans work together to aggressively stop the spread of COVID-19, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) today is issuing and strengthening guidelines for child care facilities. At this time, child care providers will remain a critical function in the state to address demands from health care workers, front line responders, grocer employees and other critical industries.