Tulsas hot spots have seen a dramatic rise in the past two years, with some reports suggesting that the capital of the US state is now considered the safest place in the world to visit.
The number of reported cases of the virus in the state is up from a record low of just one case in December, according to a new report.
Tulsa saw a surge in cases during December and January, with a total of 817 confirmed cases and 1,092 deaths.
The latest figures, compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), showed that the state has seen a 25% increase in cases since last November, with 1,812 confirmed cases, 975 deaths and 4,096 new cases since then.
The state recorded 4,846 new cases in January and 7,638 in February, compared to a total 3,079 in January, 7,739 in February and 3,527 in March.
In comparison, in December and December last year, the state recorded 719 new cases and 456 deaths.
Tulis capital, Tulum, had the highest number of new cases, with 617 cases and 815 deaths, followed by El Paso, Texas, with 593 cases and 707 deaths.