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The Oklahoma State Department of Health reminds us that it is so easy for each of us to participate in acts of kindness. If you are not sick, here are a few ways to help out and still follow social distancing guidelines:
• Are you picking up dinner at a local drive-thru? If you have the extra cash, pick up the tab for the person pulling up behind you.
• Did you run to the grocery store to pick up some rolls of toilet paper or get the last few boxes of tissues? Leave your “extras” on a neighbor’s doorstep or in a mailbox.
• Get your kids involved in acts of kindness and create a springtime version of Secret Santa by leaving small arts and crafts or drawings for random people in your community.

Don’t forget to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds when you return home and do not touch your face while out of the house.
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The Oklahoma State Department of Health reminds us that it is so easy for each of us to participate in acts of kindness. If you are not sick, here are a few ways to help out and still follow social distancing guidelines: 
• Are you picking up dinner at a local drive-thru? If you have the extra cash, pick up the tab for the person pulling up behind you.  
• Did you run to the grocery store to pick up some rolls of toilet paper or get the last few boxes of tissues? Leave your “extras” on a neighbor’s doorstep or in a mailbox.  
• Get your kids involved in acts of kindness and create a springtime version of Secret Santa by leaving small arts and crafts or drawings for random people in your community.    

Don’t forget to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds when you return home and do not touch your face while out of the house.

McAlester Regional Health Center continues to be proactive by staying ahead of a potential surge of COVID-19 patients. The tent at MRHC is an example of this effort. The tent is not being utilized at this time and strictly for preparedness purposes. Further instructions on utilization of this location will be distributed when necessary. ... See MoreSee Less

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Better to be safe thàn sorry, hope you don't have to use it , Prayers for all, stay safe

Kamryn Greeling

Logan Reed

McAlester Regional Health Center continues to be proactive by staying ahead of a potential surge of COVID-19 patients. The tent at MRHC is an example of this effort. The tent is not being utilized at this time and strictly for preparedness purposes. Further instructions on utilization of this location will be distributed when necessary. ... See MoreSee Less

McAlester Regional Health Center continues to be proactive by staying ahead of a potential surge of COVID-19 patients. The tent at MRHC is an example of this effort. The tent is not being utilized at this time and strictly for preparedness purposes. Further instructions on utilization of this location will be distributed when necessary.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Good ideal, I think you need to set up several ,and get ready. Not many people staying home .

🙏🙏🙏

Here is a message of thanks to the frontline workers from McAlester Fire Chief Brett Brewer. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to all the first responder. Each one of you are putting your health and safety on the line everyday. You are all heros. May God bless you all

Thank you! Praying for everyone!

MRHC COVID-19 Daily Report:

The report below includes the number of positive cases in our region along with the number of COVID-19 tests collected at McAlester Regional Health Center as of April 7, 2020.

The data below is collected from the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control & Prevention.
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MRHC COVID-19 Daily Report: 

The report below includes the number of positive cases in our region along with the number of COVID-19 tests collected at McAlester Regional Health Center as of April 7, 2020. 

The data below is collected from the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control & Prevention.

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63 collected to - date. What was the results? I don’t care if you test 1000, which would be great! You should be letting the people know the number of positive and number of negative!!

Seems our rural area is staying the course; doing what needs done! 👍🏻

I just read that there were 5 more at Jackie Brannon.

How many from out of the 4 in our county are better now

How long does it take for an appt for testing?

Brianna Drummond Sheila Ward

Lori Sartin-Hammett

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