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An employee works at a Beijing firm developing COVID-19 molecular diagnostic test kits on May 14.

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Owasso still ranks within the top 30 cities in Oklahoma with the most confirmed cases of COVID-19, as of Monday, May 18, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

Owasso, in the 29th spot, has logged 29 total cases, with 26 recoveries and one death, as noted in a report on the state’s official web portal.

The dashboard reflects every confirmed case of the coronavirus in just over 200 cities, with Owasso pulling ahead of areas like Muskogee, Bethany, Jenks and Bixby, and falling behind places such as Skiatook, Sand Springs, Wagoner and Stillwater.

Additionally, Collinsville ranked in the 46th spot, tying with Cushing, Mustang and Texhoma, at 20 confirmed cases with 17 recoveries and no deaths, according to the report.

As of Monday, Oklahoma has 5,398 confirmed cases, with 4,008 recoveries and 288 deaths, the report shows.

The state indicated that confirmed recoveries are pronounced as currently not hospitalized or deceased and 14 days after onset/report.