Oklahoma is home to several types of rattlesnakes, including the Western Diamondback. In 7 News Anchor Makenzie Burk’s latest outdoor adventure, she visited some rattlesnake dens to learn more about the creature that strikes fear into many.
7News anchor Makenzie Burk spoke with the Regional Health Department Director Brandie Combs to learn about what you should do if you lose your proof of getting vaccinated from the Coronavirus and walk-in clinics in the area.
7News anchor Makenzie Burk spoke with Regional Health Department Director Brandie Combs about the CDC’s updated vaccination guidelines which say that fully vaccinated people can visit those who have not gotten the vaccine without restrictions.
7News anchor Makenzie Burk spoke with Regional Health Department Director Brandie Combs about the two big announcements made Tuesday regarding vaccine eligibility in Oklahoma, and the repeal of the city of Lawton mask mandate.
We spoke to a health official from Oklahoma State Department of Health’s eight district to learn more about appointment availability for the vaccine there. That includes Stephens and Jefferson counties.
7News anchor Makenzie Burk spoke to Debra Johnson, the Community Engagement and District Health Planner for District 5 about how the state is reporting COVID-19 cases and deaths as well as when the state could move into the fourth and final phase of vaccine distribution.
7News anchor Makenzie Burk spoke with the Community Engagement and District Health Planner for district 5 Debra Johnson on the disparity between rural and urban communities when it comes to COVID-19 cases and deaths.
7News anchor Makenzie Burk spoke to Regional Health Director Brandie Combs Tuesday about choosing which vaccine you get and whether or not those who have been fully vaccinated still need to wear a mask.
Today, 7 News Anchor Makenzie Burk spoke with the regional health department director about ongoing appointments to get the vaccine and what the approval of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine means for distribution.