NORMAN, Okla. — The University of Oklahoma is planning to return to in-person classes this fall on all three campuses, according to a Friday letter from Interim President Joe Harroz.
Too weak to move in his Lexington, Kentucky hospital bed or even pick up his cellphone to call his family, Dennis Campbell came to a stark, dark realization.
Narrow restriction of local information about confirmed cases of COVID-19 begs the question: What is the appropriate balance between protecting an individual’s identity and the public’s right to information during a public health crisis?
CLAREMORE, Oklahoma – Health care workers are at the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic, and those living and working in Rogers County, Oklahoma, are pleading with people to take it seriously.
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