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COVID-19 Data

As we transition toward the endemic phase of the pandemic, OU has paused updates to its COVID-19 dashboard as of July 31, 2022. The university will continue to monitor public health conditions and will resume dashboard updates as needed.

Take precautions to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 based on the COVID-19 Community Level in your area.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Integrated View



  • Please note: As COVID-19 data move into reporting systems, it can take a few days to fully investigate and verify the information. This is why various totals (for example: city, zip code, and county case totals) may not always align. 
  • OU Health Services source: OU Health Services provides data based on test results from all OU Health Services providers, including Goddard Health Services on the Norman campus. 
    • The results of many of the tests run at OU Health Services will also show up in the state reported data for the zip codes surrounding the OU Norman campus, for the City of Norman, and Cleveland County (depending on the address of the person being tested). Students, faculty, staff, and affiliates who elect to be tested in off campus facilities will not be reflected in the data for the OU Health Services.
    • The CDC defines isolation as the separation of sick people with a contagious disease from people who are not sick. The CDC’s definition for quarantine is the separation and restriction of movement of people who were exposed to a contagious disease.
  • State and Local data source: Oklahoma State Department of Health (
    • * On March 16, 2021, the Oklahoma State Department of Health began reporting new COVID-19 data at the county, city, and ZIP code levels on a weekly basis. OSDH provides a statewide daily new case number Monday-Friday. As such, the state and local data on OU’s COVID-19 dashboard reflects these changes in the state’s data reporting method.