Oklahoma Implements Restrictions on Visitors from Certain States
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has issued a statewide Executive Order that requires individuals to quarantine for 14 days once entering Oklahoma from states where significant community spread of COVID-19 has been identified. These states include California, Connecticut, Louisiana, New York, New Jersey and Washington. Nonresident hunting and fishing remain open, but travelers must adhere to the standard social distancing practices required throughout the country.
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation offices are closed to visitors during the COVID-19 crisis. But licenses and permits continue to be sold online at license. GoOutdoorsOklahoma.com.