Tulsa County, Oklahoma, reported a new record for daily coronavirus infections on Sunday, according to the county's health website.
There were 143 new coronavirus cases reported in Tulsa County in the past 24 hours, the website said.
This is the fifth day in a row the county has reported a new daily high for coronavirus cases in the county.
On Saturday, Tulsa County reported 136 new cases in a 24-hour period.
There are now 875 current active cases and 2,349 total cases in Tulsa County, the county's health website said.
Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 478 new coronavirus cases in the state on Sunday. The total number of the positive cases now stands at 10,515, according to the state health website.
Trump campaign rally: President Trump held his first rally since the coronavirus pandemic began on Saturday in the Oklahoma city where the 1921 Tulsa race massacre left up to 300 Black residents dead and the Black Greenwood District in ruins.
Thousands of people, many wearing MAGA hats and waving American flags, arrived at Tulsa's Bank of Oklahoma Center arena, while a group of protesters chanted "Black lives matter" near one of the site's entrances.
Six staffers working on the Tulsa event have tested positive for the virus, the Trump campaign said Saturday.
People attending the rally on Saturday were not required to wear masks and agreed to a disclaimer that states they acknowledge the "inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present."