Much has changed quickly in the past week since I last updated you about Oklahoma’s efforts to flatten the curve of COVID-19. The number of cases continued to rise in our state and right here in Creek and Tulsa Counties.
Oklahomans can be charged with a misdemeanor for violating the executive order Gov. Kevin Stitt updated on Tuesday, said state Attorney General Mike Hunter.
Bristow’s annual Easter Egg Hunt was scheduled to take place on April 11, 2020 at the city park. Due to the corona virus outbreak and the city, county, state and federal guidelines put into place, the hunt has been postponed until the quarantine is lifted. According to Sharon VanOrsdol, coordinator of the event, once the quarantine is lifted, the decision will be made to reschedule the event or postpone it.
Health inspectors cited Oklahoma City’s Windsor Hills Nursing Center last November after a certified nursing assistant was seen not washing her hands before, during or after treating five residents with incontinence one morning.
Bristow Public Schools has update its free meal pick ups. Beginning Monday, March 30, meals will be available for pick up on Mondays only. The sack you receive on Mondays will provide each child with five days of food, both breakfast and lunch for five days. The meal pick up time will now be from 10 – 11 a.m. at the same locations, Edison Elementary Cafeteria, Cape Drive, Bristow Village, South Acres, Bethel Park, Slick Depot Church, and First Baptist Church. There will not be meals for pick up at the Bristow Christian Center.