As of Wednesday afternoon, the Oklahoma State Health Department has no confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Rogers County.

In an effort to provide accurate information and dispel rumors, a public information officer with the state health department explained, “Case confirmations are based on where the individual lives, not where they were tested.”

He said there is no reason a Rogers County resident, with a Rogers County address, would be reported elsewhere.

“Any doctor of clinician can collect the sample and send it to the facility to be tested,” he said.

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