TULSA, Okla. — There are now 17 deaths in Oklahoma and more than 480 confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronavirus.
Many wonder how this is affecting the hospitals in The State.
Despite the growing numbers, the Oklahoma State Department of Health isn't reporting any surges at state medical facilities yet.
Here are the numbers as of Monday night from 98.5% of reporting hospitals statewide.
- 360 of 1,077 ICU beds available
- 2,568 of 5,784 medical surgery beds available
- 512 of 631 operating room beds available
- 321 of 587 pediatric beds available
- 54 of 98 PICU beds available
- 754 of 1,076 ventilators available
- Total Face Shields: 121,464
- Total Gowns: 85,296
- Total Gloves: 4,810
- Total Masks (N-95): 135,345
- Total Surgical Masks: 542,700
- An average 10.6-day supply of Personal Protective Equipment for medical professionals.
- Tulsa County has about 8 days of PPE.
- 17,165 tests available.
The state is not tracking recoveries as a person has to have multiple, consistent tests to confirm a recovery.
The limited number of testing supplies makes confirming recoveries less of a priority.