Oklahoma COVID-19 Updates

Data last updated Friday, January 21, 2022 10:17 am
Case numbers update Monday, Wednesday, and Friday until the surge subsides.

SSM Health St. Anthony

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COVID-19 Patients
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ICU Beds Available

In SSM Health St. Anthony hospitals as of 01/21/2022. No ICU beds are available. An average of 10% of current COVID inpatients have been vaccinated and received a booster dose.

OU Health

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COVID-19 Patients
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ICU Beds Available

As of midnight January 20, 2022, OU Health Hospitals (all three, including Oklahoma Children’s Hospital OU Health) has 0 ICU beds available. 

Mercy

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COVID-19 Patients
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ICU Beds Available

1.21 Update: Mercy was previously only reporting data from our OKC hospitals. We now have the data to report our statewide census at Mercy hospitals across Oklahoma. Mercy is caring for 192 COVID patients across our nine acute care hospitals. 101 of those patients are in Oklahoma City. 12 total patients are waiting in our ERs for an open bed; 1 of those ER patients is in OKC, 10 patients are waiting in Ardmore, and one patient is waiting for a bed in Watonga. 59% of patients are unvaccinated.

INTEGRIS Health

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COVID-19 Patients
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ICU Beds Available

291 COVID patients in our hospitals. Of those in our hospitals, 67% are unvaccinated and 33% are vaccinated. Currently there are 27 patients in our emergency departments holding for an inpatient or ICU bed to become available.

Omicron Update

January 14, 2022 10:38 am

The Omicron variant has created a dire situation for Oklahoma health care providers, already strained by two years of caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to be transparent and provide the public with a window into the seriousness of the situation, INTEGRIS, Mercy, OU Health and SSM Health St. Anthony are offering updates on key metrics related to the pandemic Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until the surge subsides. Please help us flatten the curve by taking part in proven mitigation efforts – get vaccinated, wear a mask, watch your distance and wash your hands.