The novel coronavirus disease reveals the demarcation of injustice in America; consequently, poor people, other marginalized communities, and Black Americans are at higher risk of morbidity and death.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBSOK), Oklahoma’s largest member-owned health insurer, announced today it is waiving member cost-sharing, including deductibles, copayments and coinsurance, related to treatment for COVID-19.
On Wednesday, Stitt extended his “Safer At Home” order until April 30 and included all 77 counties, rather than just those with a confirmed case. The order requires non-essential businesses to shut down and the elderly and medically vulnerable to stay indoors.
Tulsa Community College announces summer classes will move to online and distance learning following its decision to shift classes for the current semester.
Published 04/02/2020 | Reading Time 5 min 28 sec TULSA, Okla. – Hunger Free Oklahoma is pairing locally-owned restaurants with Tulsa Public Schools sites to provide free meals to struggling families in […]
Gov. Kevin Stitt said, “This is a personal responsibility, and I don’t believe that we can arrest people [who violate executive orders].” However, the Governor’s comment directly contradicts that of Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum.
Diamond and Silk are speculating that media companies are inflating COVID-19 deaths intentionally to make President Trump look bad.