Health officials have confirmed 4,962 cumulative cases of COVID-19. More than 3,600 of them are considered recovered.
Bynum said special events for groups larger than 50 are being considered for Phase 3, pointing out that thousands of customers can visit a farmers market in one morning.
Additionally, funerals and weddings can continue on Friday with 50 people or fewer. Further instructions can be found at okcommerce.gov/ours-plan.
People aged 65 and over and people with underlying medical conditions should continue to stay at home. The civil emergency ordinance and further information can be found at cityoftulsa.org/COVID-19.
Sports groups are allowed to train in fields (complexes and open fields) from Friday as long as there are 25 or fewer people on the field.
Tulsa City Park’s still-closed facilities include major organized sports facilities, community centers, nature center buildings, redbud paths, playgrounds, basketball courts, pools, splash guards, outdoor pools, faucets, and accommodations.
Detainees, small claims courts, and those due to appear before a traffic court are not required to appear in the courthouse until May 29. New dates will be announced through the Oklahoma State Courts Network. Trials previously scheduled for May 18, June 1 and June 15 have been canceled. Trial weeks for criminal cases can only be added in the first three weeks of August.