Tulsa County has the highest number (1,729) of confirmed cases of any county in the state, despite having a population more than 20% smaller than Oklahoma County, the state’s most populous county, which has reported 1,673 cases.

Tulsa County also reported its highest seven-day rolling average, 66.9 new cases, since the pandemic began, according to the Tulsa County Health Department’s website.

State health officials reported 228 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday in Oklahoma, according to data from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Four more people died, including two in Tulsa County. There have been a total of 363 deaths and 8,645 infections since March in Oklahoma.