NOTICE: All Tulsa Health Department locations are closed Thursday & Friday, Nov 23-24th in observance of Thanksgiving. We will reopen on Monday, November 27th to serve you.

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Tulsa Health Department is committed to transparency. We are constantly improving how we present the data related to COVID-19 in an easy-to-understand format, so all Tulsa County residents can easily see how prevalent the virus is within their own community.

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Our data team publishes COVID-19 data weekly, however the numbers reflect a situation that is constantly changing. As more information is known (e.g., home address/city/county of a person identified as a case, etc.), updates are made to the data.

As Tulsa County COVID-19 data moves into our reporting system, it can take a few days to fully investigate and verify the information. We aim to provide accurate data based on what is known on the day of the update. This is why various totals (for example: city, zip code, and county case totals) may not always align or match with the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

Tulsa County Data Dashboard

This dashboard is reflective of snapshot of the virus impact in our community and is updated on a weekly basis. All of the panels are interactive and can be expanded.

CDC Community Level Tool

COVID-19 Community Levels are a tool to help communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. Levels can be low, medium, or high and are determined by looking at hospital beds being used, hospital admissions, and the total number of new COVID-19 cases in an area. Take precautions to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 based on the COVID-19 Community Level in your area.

SARS-CoV-2 in Wastewater

The Tulsa Health Department has partnered with the City of Tulsa and the University of Oklahoma on a wastewater surveillance program. This effort is funded in part by the Rockefeller Foundation. This map is updated on Tuesdays and Fridays. If you have questions, please email

Oklahoma Data

For statewide COVID-19 data, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Additional data is available for review in their Executive Order Report and their Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report.


We have 10 locations across Tulsa County that offer a variety of services to help you and your family stay healthy.

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