COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources & Information

The Governor’s amended State of Emergency is available at the link below:

https://www.sos.ok.gov/documents/executive/1919.pdf

Please refer to the CISA guidance for Identification of Essential Critical Infrastructure as referenced in this Executive Order: https://www.cisa.gov/publication/guidance-essential-critical-infrastructure-workforce

The Governor has just launched a website, criticalworker.ok.gov, for businesses seeking information on the governor’s most recent executive order. Businesses can use this site to request to be considered an essential employer to remain open if they are not one already.

Quick links

Local guidance

Information and recommendations from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH):

  • COVID-19 is in Oklahoma, and more cases are expected.
  • Public health officials advise against all cruise travel.
  • Older adults and people with chronic illness should avoid all non-essential air travel. They are at a higher risk for a more severe infection.
  • Take social distancing precautions like teleworking and avoiding large gatherings.
  • Oklahoma response information
  • Oklahoma resources information
  • If your Oklahoma business is being negatively impacted by COVID-19 it is important that you fill out this business survey. Survey results will help determine how much federal funding Oklahoma will receive for the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. https://bit.ly/2IUw1Xm 
Infographic - Safety Guidelines

State of Emergency in Effect through at least the end of the day on Sunday, April 5, 2020.

Keeping in line with recommendations from the US Centers of Disease Control and the Oklahoma Department of Health, the City of Tuttle strongly discourages any social gathering of 10 persons or more. Tuttle is not ordering the closure of private businesses or placing emergency restrictions on operations. However, every effort should be made to keep your distance. Food service should be limited to pick-up and take-out.

City Hall is closed to the public. Anyone needing to conduct business with City Hall during normal business hours can call 405-381-2335 or email the perspective person.

All utility payments need to be made online, mailed, or dropped off in the payment drop box next to the south front doors at City Hall.

Utility cut-offs are suspended until the State of Emergency has ended.

All events scheduled to use city-owned facilities, including the baseball fields, rodeo grounds, and the Tuttle Community Building is suspended until the State of Emergency has ended.

The Tuttle Library is closed until the State of Emergency has ended.

The Tuttle Senior Nutrition Center will be restricted to food service operations only, with an emphasis on takeout and delivery options only until the State of Emergency has ended.

Garage sale permits will not be issued until the State of Emergency has ended.

Special Event Permits will not be issued until the State of Emergency has ended.

Any request requiring a Public Hearing will not be processed until the State of Emergency has ended.

The Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment, Parks & Recreation Advisory Board, and the Cemetery Advisory Board will not meet until the State of Emergency has ended.

The City Council will continue to meet as necessary.

COVID-19 symptoms are fever, a dry cough and shortness of breath.

State officials report a critical shortage of testing.

If you're sick, do not go to the ER. Consult first with a health care provider. Regardless of whether tests show you have a common cold, the flu or COVID-19, doctors will tell most people to stay home, rest, get plenty of fluids and avoid contact with others.

If your symptoms worsen, you have difficulty breathing or you have a fever for more than 72 hours, call your doctor. If you don't have a primary care physician, call 2-1-1 to reach HeartLine Oklahoma.

Local guidance

These steps are crucial to "flatten the curve" and save your fellow Oklahomans' lives and livelihoods. They will slow the rate of infection, save crucial medical resources for the sickest and most vulnerable patients, and help us return as soon as possible to a normal way of life.

● Practice social distancing. Stay home if you can. Work from home if you can.

● When you must go out, stay at least 6 feet away from others, including when picking up food and basic necessities. Avoid gatherings of 10 or more people.

● Pay attention to your surroundings. Avoid crowded rooms, especially if you, a loved one or other people in the room are especially vulnerable.

● Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

● If you're sick, avoid close contact with other people.

● Wash your hands often with soap and water. If soap and water aren't available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

● When you must leave home, wash your hands as soon as you get back.

● Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

● Cough or sneeze into a tissue. Then throw the tissue in the trash.