1. Two people being tested for possible coronavirus in Oklahoma, health officials say  KOCO Oklahoma City
  2. Oklahoma will submit Medicaid expansion request Friday, Gov. Kevin Stitt says  Oklahoman.com
  3. Gov. Kevin Stitt, health officials discuss Oklahoma's coronavirus preparedness efforts  KOCO Oklahoma City
  4. OSDH: 2 People Being Tested For Coronavirus In Oklahoma  News On 6
  5. Coronavirus: No CDC confirmed positive cases in OK at this time  The Oklahoman
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Two people are being tested for possible COVID-19 coronavirus in Oklahoma, according to state health officials.Two people are being tested for possible COVID-19 coronavirus in Oklahoma, according to state health officials.

CORONAVIRUS INVESTIGATION OKLAHOMA: Two people being tested for possible coronavirus in Oklahoma, health officials say

The Oklahoma Health Care Authority on Friday will submit to the federal government a state plan amendment seeking to expand Medicaid in Oklahoma as soon as this summer. "The Health Care Authority has the authority to send in the paperwork to expand, and we’re going to get that out on Friday," Gov. Kevin Stitt told The Oklahoman on Thursday. The state plan amendment will get the ball rolling for Oklahoma to seek federal approval to expand Medicaid. When a state wants to change its Medicaid program, the state must submit to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services a state plan amendment for review and approval. The amendment is separate from the Healthy Adult Opportunity waiver Stitt has expressed an interest in MAR 5, 2020 - The Oklahoma Health Care Authority on Friday will submit to the federal government a state plan amendment seeking to expand Medicaid in Oklahoma as soon as this summer. "The Health...

Oklahoma will submit Medicaid expansion request Friday, Gov. Kevin Stitt says

MAR 5, 2020 - The Oklahoma Health Care Authority on Friday will submit to the federal government a state plan amendment seeking to expand Medicaid in Oklahoma as soon as this summer. "The Health...

Oklahoma will submit Medicaid expansion request Friday, Gov. Kevin Stitt says

“Proud of the Oklahomans who take care of our veterans. These volunteers at the Military History Center in Broken Arrow connect veterans in need with the resources our state has to offer. Many of the volunteers are veterans themselves & I'm thankful for their service. #OklaProud”

Governor Kevin Stitt on Twitter: "Proud of the Oklahomans who take care of our veterans. These volunteers at the Military History Center in Broken Arrow connect veterans in need with the resources our state has to offer. Many of the volunteers are veterans themselves & I'm thankful for their service. #OklaProud… https://t.co/kXbz1kH3vR"

“HAPPENING NOW: @GovStitt and state health officials are providing an update on the coronavirus. There are NO CDC-confirmed cases of the virus in the state.”

Dillon Richards on Twitter: "HAPPENING NOW: @GovStitt and state health officials are providing an update on the coronavirus. There are NO CDC-confirmed cases of the virus in the state.… https://t.co/E3SeZqnmdo"

“Oklahoma will submit Medicaid expansion request Friday, Gov. Kevin Stitt says https://t.co/HJ6y7P1A6E via @tulsaworld”

Randy Krehbiel on Twitter: "Oklahoma will submit Medicaid expansion request Friday, Gov. Kevin Stitt says https://t.co/HJ6y7P1A6E via @tulsaworld"

“It was an honor to join @AmericanAir and our local partners in announcing the historic investment of $550m into the Tulsa Maintenance Base. This continued commitment will help grow our economy, provide quality jobs & impact our state for generations to come. #OklaProud .”

Governor Kevin Stitt on Twitter: "It was an honor to join @AmericanAir and our local partners in announcing the historic investment of $550m into the Tulsa Maintenance Base. This continued commitment will help grow our economy, provide quality jobs & impact our state for generations to come. #OklaProud ."

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – As the world prepares for an outbreak of a new virus, local health officials are working to calm fears across Oklahoma. So far, officials with the Oklahoma Department of Health say five people have tested negative for the coronavirus in the state. One test is still pending. On Thursday, Governor Kevin […]OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – As the world prepares for an outbreak of a new virus, local health officials are working to calm fears across Oklahoma. So far, officials with the Oklahoma Department o…

State leaders: No known coronavirus cases in Oklahoma, but plans are in place to prevent outbreak | KFOR.com

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – As global health officials keep a close eye on the coronavirus, Oklahoma health experts say local citizens should take precautions against the flu virus. Officials with the Oklahoma State Department of Health announced this week that 316 Oklahoma patients had been hospitalized with the flu, bringing the total number of hospitalizations […]OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – As global health officials keep a close eye on the coronavirus, Oklahoma health experts say local citizens should take precautions against the flu virus. Officials with the O…

Six Oklahomans die from the flu, bringing death toll to 53 | KFOR.com

As coronavirus angst grips the nation, state officials gathered at the Capitol on Thursday to ensure Oklahomans they are prepared if and when the disease finds its way here. Gov. Kevin Stitt began a Thursday news conference with a clear message: There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus, in Oklahoma as of right now and the risk of infection in Oklahoma remains low at this time. “It’s very important for Oklahomans to know that we are prepared and we have a plan,” he said. “If this does flare up and we see cases grow or even one case in Oklahoma then we will start working towards making sure the public is safe. MAR 5, 2020 - As coronavirus angst grips the nation, state officials gathered at the Capitol on Thursday to ensure Oklahomans they are prepared if and when the disease finds its way here. Gov. Kevin...

Governor Kevin Stitt says state is prepared for coronavirus