Interactive maps: Known cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma

The Frontier is tracking confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19 in an effort to inform people where the virus is spreading.
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Abortion providers and rights groups sue Oklahoma over COVID-19 related suspension

The lawsuit argues Oklahoma's order effectively bans abortion care in the state.
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Education divide in Oklahoma widens with move to distance learning

In some districts the most students may receive are worksheet packets, storybooks and directed to watch public television programming that is being reoriented for students at home. 
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A day after closing Oklahoma stores, Hobby Lobby begins worker layoffs

Hobby Lobby employees told The Frontier that 32 employees in the company’s art and creative department were given notice on Friday that their jobs had been terminated.
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Pawnee County group home residents under quarantine following COVID-19 death of sheltered workshop employee

Four of six residents at one of the Faith Homes of Cleveland Opportunity Center group homes have since tested positive for the disease and are in the hospital, according to two sources who spoke to The Frontier on the condition on anonymity.
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Oklahoma stops most abortions amid coronavirus spread

Gov. Kevin Stitt has placed a moratorium on most abortions in the state, saying that hospital resources and personal protective gear need to be saved to fight COVID-19.
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Coronavirus investigated or confirmed in 8 Oklahoma care facilities, but officials won’t say where

Asked of the eight care facilities, how many were confirmed to have residents or workers infected with COVID-19, an Oklahoma Department of Health spokeswoman declined to say, citing privacy laws.
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Hobby Lobby shuts down stores across Oklahoma, many employees face pay cuts

On Wednesday, Oklahoma City employees were told the warehouse and corporate offices would be shut down for at least two weeks, according to employees.
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Despite pandemic, doctors urge child vaccinations to prevent another outbreak

Patrice Aston, a pediatrician who owns A to Z Pediatrics in Oklahoma City, said she has seen increased appointment cancelations from parents who fear bringing their child to a doctor's office and possibly being exposed to COVID-19. 
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Amended ‘essential business’ order expands number of businesses that can stay open during pandemic

On Wednesday afternoon, Stitt issued an amended executive memorandum that added more than 100 essential businesses in more than a dozen groups.
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