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Tulsa County reported 206 new confirmed cases on Tuesday and 261 — a record high — on Monday

Map from NY Times Oklahoma.

Dr. Bruce Dart, the director of the Tulsa Health Department, said at a news conference that it was reasonable to link the spike to the rally and related events.

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“The past two days we’ve had almost 500 cases, and we know we had several large events a little over two weeks ago, which is about right,” Dr. Dart said. “So I guess we just connect the dots.”

By the way, the surge was despite the fact the rally was a big flop. For details of the rally, please see Trump's Oklahoma Rally was an Enormous Half-Empty Flop