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  COVID Questions: Latest on arrival of J&J vaccine in SWOK-3/2/21

We spoke today with the regional health department director today to answer your Covid-related questions.

  COVID Questions: Health Dept. awaits Johnson & Johnson vaccines-3/1/21

7 News Anchor Makenzie Burk spoke with the regional health department director about ongoing appointments to get the vaccine

  COVID Questions: Health Dept. to hold clinics over weekend-2/16/21

The winter weather has caused delays and cancellations of COVID-19 vaccination clinics across the state.

  COVID Questions: Health Dept. to hold clinics over weekend-2/16/21

The winter weather has caused delays and cancellations of COVID-19 vaccination clinics across the state.

  COVID Questions: OSDH discusses new quarantine guidelines-2/12/21

This week the CDC has put out new quarantine guidelines for those who have been given their first and second COVID vaccine shots.

  COVID Questions: Health dept. discuss latest vaccine phase rollout-2/11/21

Today Governor Kevin Stitt announced that teachers and people with co-morbidities could get their Covid-19 vaccines.

  COVID Questions: Local doctor explains differences in vaccine brands-2/10/21

Makenzie spoke today with an infectious disease physician and got their answers to questions regarding the different Coronavirus vaccines.

  Medwatch: CCMH offers COVID antibody infusion

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  State data shows racial disparity among vaccination efforts-2/3/21

Racial disparities are creating obstacles in the fight against COVID-19 as research shows minorities are far less likely to get the vaccine.

  Local returns home after three months on ventilator-1/29/21

We have an update on a patient we first told you about in November, who was fighting for his life battling COVID-19 at Comanche County Memorial Hospital.

  OSDH changes focus to vaccinations, reduces contact tracing-1/27/21

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has stopped contact tracing, except for a few select groups.

  Comanche Nation provides free rides to elders getting vaccinated-1/11/21

The Comanche Nation is providing free transportation for anyone 65 and older wanting to get their COVID-19 vaccine starting Monday, January 11th.

  Medwatch: January is Cervical Health Awareness Month

  Health officials concerned as people ring in 2021

  Phase Two vaccinations begin in Southwest Oklahoma

  Local doctor explains when hospice should be called

  UPDATE: Comanche County courthouse closure