Oklahoma is on track for phase two of the plan to reopen the state on May 15, according to Gov. Kevin Stitt.
Oklahoma's phase two includes resuming nonessential travel and some organized sports activities. However, residents over 65 years old must follow the state's stay-at-home order, Stitt said.
The governor said Oklahoma is "doing a fantastic job flattening the curve."
Stitt went on to say that they "will continue to make decisions based on the data in Oklahoma" and officials can extend phases or "back up" if they see any changes.
"Like I said back in April the better we do with social distancing the quicker we would get back to normal and that remains true today," he said.