Four more Oklahomans have died due to the flu in the past week.
The latest numbers from state Health officials shows 68 people have died since the flu season got underway last fall.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health released its latest numbers Thursday and they show more than 2,150 people have been hospitalized due to influenza since September 1, 2016.
Last week, state health officials reported 64 deaths so far this flu season.
Tulsa County leads the state with 18 deaths, followed by Oklahoma County with 8 deaths.
The latest deaths were in Cherokee, Kay, Oklahoma and Tulsa counties.
In its latest report, the health department says the number of new flu hospitalizations jumped by 76 since last week.
Number of reported flu hospitalizations since October per county:
Every Thursday, the OSDH releases its weekly influenza report and will continue to do so until May 2017.