OKLAHOMA CITY - The number of flu-related deaths in Oklahoma climbed to 92 according to the Oklahoma Department of Health with the latest two deaths reported in Tulsa County in the past week.

The department released its report Thursday.

Last week, the OSDH said there had been 90 deaths related to the flu since the season began last fall. 

The latest data shows Tulsa County now 22 deaths from complications from the flu. Oklahoma County has recorded 13 deaths so far this season.

Number of reported flu hospitalizations since October per county:

  •     Adair 21
  •     Alfalfa 2
  •     Atoka 6
  •     Beaver 1
  •     Beckham 3
  •     Blaine 13
  •     Bryan 32
  •     Caddo 10
  •     Canadian 40
  •     Carter 25
  •     Cherokee 35
  •     Choctaw 8
  •     Cleveland 141
  •     Coal 1
  •     Comanche 49
  •     Cotton 1
  •     Craig 8
  •     Creek 65
  •     Custer 19
  •     Delaware 5
  •     Dewey 4
  •     Garfield 31 
  •     Garvin 17
  •     Grady 21
  •     Grant 4
  •     Greer 3
  •     Harper 7
  •     Haskell 7
  •     Hughes 7 
  •     Jackson 14
  •     Jefferson 4
  •     Johnston 9
  •     Kay 35
  •     Kingfisher 10
  •     Kiowa 2 
  •     Latimer 7
  •     Le Flore 5
  •     Lincoln 31
  •     Logan 43
  •     Love 6 
  •     Major 3
  •     Marshall 12
  •     Mayes 45
  •     McClain 22
  •     McCurtain 9
  •     McIntosh 21
  •     Murray 9
  •     Muskogee 57
  •     Noble 4
  •     Nowata 3
  •     Okfuskee 3
  •     Oklahoma 408
  •     Okmulgee 23
  •     Osage 34
  •     Ottawa 14
  •     Pawnee 10
  •     Payne 27
  •     Pittsburg 37
  •     Pontotoc 23
  •     Pottawatomie 59 
  •     Pushmataha 1
  •     Rogers 56
  •     Seminole 12
  •     Sequoyah 12
  •     Stephens 20
  •     Texas 2
  •     Tillman 3
  •     Tulsa 538
  •     Wagoner 57 
  •     Washington 14 
  •     Washita 5
  •     Woods 1
  •     Woodward 1

Every Thursday, the OSDH releases its weekly influenza report and will continue to do so until May 2017.