Gov. Kevin Stitt has consistently said he wishes to be clear with knowledge to allow for people to make their personal selections on how ideal to shield on their own and their beloved ones.

The Governor’s Office did not solution written questions from the Tulsa World about irrespective of whether Stitt supports cutting off ZIP code and city COVID info or about how Oklahomans are intended to make knowledgeable choices without having community details.

“The Governor’s placement has not improved with regard to full transparency — on COVID or any other problem,” wrote Stitt spokeswoman Carly Atchison.

‘I’d enjoy to see it expanded’

Carter reported Sand Springs will be “a small blind” without having knowledge much more granular than county- or point out-stage. He stated he trusts citizens to make excellent choices but that he would not believe any individual can do so without information and facts.

His town, a town of about 20,000 people today, is dwarfed by Tulsa County’s inhabitants.

So what is taking place specifically in Sand Springs will not likely be obvious in county info. The very same is genuine for Damaged Arrow, Jenks, Bixby, Catoosa, Sapulpa and other more compact municipalities, he stated.

“If I experienced my druthers (the state) would flip it back again on and they would add some columns about demographics involved with that,” Carter stated. “I would appreciate to see it expanded since I imagine a good deal of people — on all perspectives — I imagine there are persons that have designed the selection that is very good for them.