State reverses course on decision to curtail release of COVID-19 data

Oklahoma state health officials announced a move Monday to begin restricting the release of some previously publicly available COVID-19 data. However, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reversed course 24 hours later following backlash from both members of the public and the media. An employee at the OSDH Commissioner’s Office, who was not authorized to speak on the record, reported their…

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