SUPPORT FOR STATEIMPACT OKLAHOMA

HEADLINES


Oklahoma positioned to ramp up coronavirus testing

Oklahoma State University obtained 10,000 testing kits for COVID-19
By

How the University of Oklahoma moved its classes online

The university changed all of its in-person classes to online to fight the spread of COVID-19
By

Oklahoma wants to ramp up universities’ COVID-19 testing, but lack of supplies stands in the way

A national shortage of supplies will limit testing in Oklahoma
By

Oklahoma schools will close for rest of semester, moving classes online

Wednesday meeting lays out plan districts must take up to move to distance education.
By

Counties hope to keep jail populations low during viral pandemic

Several counties have begun releasing jail prisoners. They want to have fewer people in their jails for the virus to infect.

By

VIEW MORE...

MORE HEADLINES



Oklahoma schools and jails brace for the COVID-19 pandemic’s spread

Oklahoma schools and county jails are looking for ways to keep the coronavirus pandemic at bay.

By and

Oklahoma City Public Schools Board declares state of emergency

The move gives Superintendent Sean McDaniel emergency powers to fight COVID-19
By

Oklahoma schools to be closed for two weeks after Spring Break

After saying it would be up to school districts to make closure calls last week, state reverses to enforce massive closings
By

Oklahoma officials say school districts should be prepared to close for coronavirus

Though state leaders say schools should stay open for the time being
By
Load More