63 Okl. St. 683.14(B)
Liability: Loss to Business
When an emergency declaration is in effect, an individual who, under the direction of the state or other governmental entity, performs their official duties will not be held legally responsible for damage or loss to a corporation, company, or business. They can be held legally responsible if acting with extreme carelessness or intent to cause harm.
Exemption from Civil Liability
B. Neither the State of Oklahoma nor any political subdivision thereof nor any officer or employee of the State of Oklahoma or of any political subdivision thereof nor volunteer whose services have been accepted and utilized by an officer or employee of the State of Oklahoma or of any political subdivision thereof for carrying out the functions of this act shall be civilly liable for any loss or injury resulting to any person’s company, corporation or other legal entity as a result of any decision, determination, order or action of such employee in the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities under this act during a stated emergency unless such loss or injury was caused by the gross negligence, or willfully and unnecessarily or by the wanton act of such state officer or employee or volunteer. Nothing in this act shall be construed to waive the sovereignty or immunity of the State of Oklahoma, or any political subdivision thereof, from being sued.