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All bars and restaurants must close at 23:00 on Thursday; mandate for civil servants



Governor Shield: All bars and restaurants are due to close at 11pm Thursday; mandate for civil servants


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COVID-19. LET’S LISTEN. GOV. SIT: THANK YOU FOR JOINING US TODAY. I’M HERE WITH THE HEALTH COMMISSIONER, DR. LANCE FREY AND JIM HOPPER, CHAIRMAN OF THE OKLAHOMA RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION. THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE TODAY. WHEN YOU ARE AWARE, YOUR CASES WITH US COVID-19 CASES CONTINUE HERE AND THEY CONTINUE TO LOOK AROUND THE COUNTRY. THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE USED WITH KOVID-19 IN OKLAHOMA HAVE MADE 19% FOR THE LAST WEEK ONLY. THROUGH THIS ENTIRE BATTLE, MY FIRST PRIORITY IS THE PROTECTION OF THE HEALTH AND LIFE OF THE OKLAHOMANS. TODAY IS ALL TRUTH AND WILL ALWAYS BE TRUE. TWO OTHER THINGS ARE VERY IMPORTANT TO ME. WE EXPECT TO SAFELY KEEP OUR BUSINESSES AND WE WANT TO RETURN ALL CHILDREN TO SCHOOL AT THE END OF THE CHRISTMAS BREAK. IN MAN, TEACHING IS SO IMPORTANT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH OF OUR CHILDREN. THESE ARE THE GOALS AND ALL THE AID IN THE OKLAHOMA STATE SHOULD BE HELPED IN ORDER TO DO IT THERE. TODAY I AM ANNOUNCING THE FOLLOWING ACTION. EFFICIENT THURSDAY, RESTAURANTS MUST GUARANTEE THAT ALL TABLES ARE SIX LEGS. THIS WILL ALLOW US TO CONTINUE SAFE ACTION UNTIL ALL SOCIAL REMOTES ARE GUARANTEED. IF THEY CAN’T STAY SIX LEGS, THAT THEY CAN INSTALL A PROPERLY SANITATED DAILY BETWEEN TABLES, TABOUTS AND BARS. THE PURPOSE IS TO SEPARATE GROUPS SEPARATED SO THAT WE CAN DELAY THE EXPANSION OF KOVID. ALSO EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, I REQUIRE ALL BARS AND RESTAURANTS TO CLOSE AT 11:00 PM. THERE IS NO PERSONAL SERVICE OF FOOD OR ALCOHOL AFTER 11:00 AM AFTER 11:00 AM. – DRIVE THROUGH THE WINDOWS. WE SHOULD DELAY THE EXPANSION OF PTHIS VIRUS. THE DATA SHOW THAT SOCIAL DISTANCE IS MORE DIFFICULT TO MAINTENANCE, ACTING LATER AT NIGHT, ESPECIALLY IN BARS. TOMORROW, IREM GETS – TOMORROW, I REQUIRE ALL CIVIL SERVANTS TO WEAR A MASK IN GENERAL AREAS AND WHEN AROUND PEOPLE WORK. THIS APPLIES TO 3,000 CIVIL SERVANTS AT ALL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WHO FALL UNDER THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH. MASKS WILL ALSO BE REQUIRED FOR ANYONE VISITING STATE BUILDINGS. I CONTINUE TO ENCOURAGE OKLAHOMANS TO WEAR A MASK, WASH THEIR HANDS, WATCH YOUR DISTANCE. I SAY THESE MONTHS. THEY WORK AND WE NEED YOUR HELP. FROM THE BEGINNING, I PROMISED THE OKLAHOMANS TO ALWAYS MAKE THE RIGHT DECISIONS BASED ON THE FACTS AND DATA I SEE HERE IN OKLAHOMA. NOW I AM JUST FULLY RECOVERED, BUT LASTLY, WE JUMP. WE WERE REAL SAILS, PLATED ABOUT FIVE MONTHS. WE BEGIN TO SEE HIM COMING. ON THE BASIS OF THE DATA IN OUR COUNTRY, SPECIFICALLY THE INCREASE IN HOSPITALS, NOW IS THE TIME TO DO MORE. WE MUST PULL TOGETHER. OKLAHOMA, I NEED YOUR HELP, BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY, OUR DOCTORS, OUR NURSES, OUR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS AND HOSPITALS NEED YOURS. TODAY IS OKLACHOMA’S 113TH BIRTHDAY. THE OCLAHOMANS GATHERED TOGETHER IN TIME AND IN ALL OUR HISTORY AND WE WILL DO IT EVEN MORE TOGETHER. THAT STATEMENT TOGETHER, WILL FOREVER obligations – WHAT STATEMENT TODAY, WILL FOREVER FOREVER, BUT IS DIRECTED STEPS THAT CAN MAINTAIN HEALTHY TO MAINTAIN OUR BUSINESS SAFELY BACK OPEN IN SCHOOLS FACE. THE REALITY IS THESE STEPS, THEY ARE NOT MAGICAL CULTS. FROM ALL OF US. THIS VIRUS IS NOW SPREADING THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. OKLAHOMA IS NOT ALONE. THE BIG CITIES, THE SMALL CITIES, THE WEST COAST, THE EAST COAST, EVERYTHING BETWEEN, OR THE VIEW OF THEIR CASES IS INCREASING, EVERY BODY FROM US AND OAO IO. EVERY OKLAHOMAN SHOULD THINK ABOUT WHAT CAN PERSONALLY HELP HELP EXPANSION. WEAR A MASK WHEN YOU

Governor Shield: All bars and restaurants are due to close at 11pm Thursday; mandate for civil servants


On Monday, Gov. Kevin Shield announced a series of new actions that are helping to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. Stit announced that as of Thursday, restaurants must ensure that all tables are separated by 6 feet. If they can’t stay 6 feet apart, they can install properly rehabilitated dividers to keep groups separated. Also in effect Thursday, Stitt requires all bars and restaurants to close at 11 p.m. No personal service of food or alcohol is allowed after 23:00, except for curbs or windows that move through them. “The data show that social distancing is more difficult to maintain because it happens later at night, especially in bars,” Shield told a news conference. As of Tuesday, Stitt requires all government officials and visitors to wear a mask in public areas and close to their counterparts in government buildings. Stitt continues to encourage Oklahomans to wear a mask, wash their hands and keep their distance. The Oklahoma State Department of Health said Monday that the state has added more than 2,700 new cases to COVID-19, and another 10 Oklahomans have died. This is after the state reported more than 3,900 new positive cases on Sunday. Stay with KOCO 5 for the latest.

On Monday, Gov. Kevin Shield announced a series of new actions to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.

Stitt announced that effective Thursday, restaurants must ensure that all tables are within 6 feet. If they can’t stay 6 feet apart, they can install properly rehabilitated dividers to help separate the groups.

Also in effect on Thursday, Stitt requires all bars and restaurants to be closed at 11pm. No personal food or alcohol service is allowed after 11pm, except on curb or road windows.

“The data show that social distancing is more difficult to maintain because it happens later at night, especially in bars,” Shield told a news conference.

As of Tuesday, Stitt required all government officials and visitors to wear a mask in public areas and close to colleagues in government buildings.

Stitt continues to encourage Oklahomans to wear a mask, wash their hands and keep their distance.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Monday that the state has added more than 2,700 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 more Oklahoma people have died. This is after the state reported more than 3,900 new positive cases on Sunday.

Stay with KOCO 5 for the latest.



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