Visit our COVID-19 Information pages for details regarding the coronavirus as it relates to the Chickasaw Nation.
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COVID-19 Dashboard

The health and safety of Chickasaw Nation citizens, employees and community members remains our highest priority. With this in mind, the Chickasaw Nation COVID-19 Dashboard is designed to be a one-stop tool for reliable, up-to-date COVID-19 statistics for locations within the Chickasaw Nation, as well as surrounding and adjacent counties.

The same diligence applied to the care of our citizens has been used to power this hub for localized COVID-19 information. Data is based on the information provided by the Chickasaw Nation Department of Epidemiology, Research and Public Health, as well as the Oklahoma State Department of Health and other trusted sources. Data is updated every weekday - weekend numbers are added each Monday.

In addition to U.S., Oklahoma and Chickasaw Nation totals, county-specific data is also available on the dashboard. To view data specific to a county, select one of the counties shown on the map. For more in-depth data, scroll down to the graphs section of the dashboard. This section contains multiple tabs to filter data by severity and numbers of cases in each county. Tabs include counties, seven-day rolling, 14-day rolling, daily and cumulative numbers. There are also tabs for hospital bed capacity and testing site information. Please take a moment to watch the video tour for complete details about each section of the Chickasaw Nation COVID-19 Dashboard.

 
 

Definitions

Cases:
  • A case is defined as an individual with either a laboratory confirmed positive COVID-19 test or a positive COVID-19 antigen rapid test. - CDC, OSDH
Active Cases:
  • Individuals diagnosed with COVID-19 who have not yet recovered. - Definition source: University of Washington
Deaths:
  • Total deaths of individuals in which COVID-19 is listed as the "probable" or "presumed" cause of death. This is reported as a cumulative number, not a rate. – Definition source: CDC
Recovered:
  • Cases are defined as recovered 10 days after the onset of symptoms or a positive COVID-19 test result. The individual must also be fever-free for 24 hours without medication. Recovered cases do not included individuals who are currently hospitalized or deceased. – Definition sources: CDC, OSDH
Hospitalizations:
  • Patients hospitalized with a confirmed case of COVID-19 and patients under investigation (PUI’s) for COVID-19. – Definition source: OSDH

Additional Information

The Chickasaw Nation continuously strives to provide the latest, most accurate information. Please note that all data is provisional and subject to change as more information becomes available, such as the city/county of a person identified as a case, etc. The Chickasaw Nation Department of Health strictly adheres to current HIPPA policies regarding the sharing of personal health information: all data has been de-identified.

Dashboard sources include the following

  1. Chickasaw Nation Qualtrics
  2. Chickasaw Nation Health and Human Services (HHS) Daily COVID-19 Report
  3. Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH)
  4. Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) Executive Order Report
  5. Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)
  6. Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Dashboard