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    Oklahoma National Guard supports state hotspot through COVID-19 outbreak [Image 2 of 16]

    Oklahoma National Guard supports state hotspot through COVID-19 outbreak

    GUYMON, OK, UNITED STATES

    05.15.2020

    Photo by Tech. Sgt. Kasey Phipps 

    Oklahoma National Guard

    Dr. Tony Brown (left), an emergency physician at the Memorial Hospital Texas County in Guymon, Oklahoma, speaks to a group of federal and state agencies, including the Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma State University laboratories, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, about newly received equipment during a visit to the hospital, May 15, 2020. The equipment allows the hospital to communicate via video with other medical professionals by sending imaging and testing results to larger medical centers. As of May 19, 2020, Guymon had 650 confirmed cases of COVID-19, making it second in the total number of cases in Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, which has the highest number of COVID-19 cases, has the largest population of any city in Oklahoma, Guymon is 40th. Beginning at the Memorial Hospital of Texas County, which has been seeing an average of three to four COVID-19 patients a day, and then moving on to the Texas County Health Department and the Seaboard Foods pork processing plant, the group focused on creating solutions to issues such as facility layouts, and supply, resources, and staffing shortages. (Oklahoma Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kasey M. Phipps)

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    Date Taken: 05.15.2020
    Date Posted: 05.21.2020 17:19
    Photo ID: 6217906
    VIRIN: 200515-Z-GD644-011
    Resolution: 3000x2000
    Size: 4.58 MB
    Location: GUYMON, OK, US 
    Hometown: GUYMON, OK, US

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