In-home care offered for BCBSOK members – The Journal Record

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A worker, wearing protective gear, checks in a person at a mobile testing site for COVID-19 in Oklahoma City. (AP photo/Sue Ogrocki) OKLAHOMA CITY – Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma and DispatchHealth are working to prevent overcrowding at emergency rooms and other health care facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic by delivering medical care Read More

Williams Foundation pledges $1M for virus response – The Journal Record

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By: Journal Record Staff March 27, 2020 The Williams Foundation has pledged $1 million to provide community support for coronavirus response and recovery. Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site. Your subscription includes one set of login credentials for your exclusive use. Read More

Efforts combined to battle virus fraud – The Journal Record

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter and U.S. Attorney Tim Downing have formed a state-federal partnership that will combine resources and information to investigate and prosecute con artists attempting to defraud Oklahomans during the coronavirus emergency. Combining state and federal resources enables the two agencies to more quickly verify allegations, which will expedite the Read More

OSU lab to assist with COVID-19 test analysis – The Journal Record

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By: Journal Record Staff March 27, 2020 STILLWATER – Oklahoma State University is helping Oklahoma ramp up its COVID-19 testing capability after procuring supplies sufficient to analyze approximately 10,000 COVID-19 test samples being taken by health care professionals across the state. Through coordination with partners from the OSU Center for Health Sciences, the lab has Read More

One Continent, Two Very Different Political Responses to the Pandemic

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“It’s not like making a sedan or S.U.V.,” an adviser to the United States Food and Drug Administration said. “Sounds good as a sound bite, but the practicalities may be very difficult.” The move by Bauer, the hockey equipment maker, to use its visor Read More

Oklahoma businesses retool to provide ventilators, hand sanitizer – The Journal Record

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Addyson Awbrey carries a box full of hand sanitizer at Prairie Wolf Distillery in Guthrie. The micro-distillery recently switched production over to hand sanitizer in response to needs created by the coronavirus crisis. (AP photo/Sue Ogrocki) In normal times, employees of Prairie Wolf Spirits in Guthrie work from day to day turning out bottles of Read More

$5.5M aid package developed for OKC businesses – The Journal Record

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Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt announced Thursday a $5.5 million emergency relief package for Oklahoma City businesses. The Oklahoma City Council will consider the proposal Tuesday.(Journal Record file photo) OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City businesses may soon have access to $5.5 million in emergency relief funding under an unprecedented proposal to be considered by the Read More

Global demand for oil may drop 20% – The Journal Record

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By: Daisy Creager The Journal Record March 27, 2020 In its latest oil market report, the International Energy Agency projected 2020 to have the first full-year decline in global oil demand in more than a decade. Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this Read More

Homeland grocery partners with local restaurants – The Journal Record

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Corey Hollis, deli manager at the Homeland grocery store at NW 18th Street and Classen Boulevard in Oklahoma City, said restaurants like Rococo replenish daily their packaged meals that are now available at Homeland stores across the metro. (Photo by Janice Francis-Smith) OKLAHOMA CITY – Corey Hollis, deli manager at the Homeland grocery store at Read More

Trump orders General Motors to make ventilators under Defense Production Act

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President Donald Trump has ordered General Motors to make ventilators under the Defense Production Act hours after criticizing the company for not acting quickly enough to produce the supplies amid the coronavirus pandemic.  The Korean War-era statute can force certain American companies to produce materials that are in short supply in the face of the growing Read More