More than half of the Oklahoma’s 299 nursing home had at least one health deficiency violation related to infection control and prevention measures during the last two inspection cycles, which ran from late 2017 to the end of 2019. Summaries of the violations, as reported to the federal government by state health inspectors, are included below.

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