Salt Lake City – The Utah Department of Health reported 320 new COVID-19 cases in Utah, two new deaths and 21,318 new vaccinations Saturday.
The seven-day mean of positive patients in the state is now 316, down from 322 on Friday.
Calculated by test method The percentage of coronavirus testing positive in Utah was 6.5%. Calculated by the “test over test” method, 3.6% of the tests were positive. 2,634,166 people in Utah were tested for COVID. -19 and performed 4,806,129 tests
There are currently 145 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Utah, forcing the state to have a total of 16,504 hospitalizations since the outbreak began.
The Utah Department of Health reported two additional deaths from yesterday, saying that both deaths occurred before Friday, May 14, one of the dead was a man living in the Salt Lake area. The county was between 65 and 85 years old who was not hospitalized at the time of death. Another was a Utah County woman aged 25 to 44 who was a term care facility resident. long
A total of 402,325 Utahs have been positive for COVID-19 since the outbreak began, and a total of 1,387,322 Utahs have been vaccinated to protect them from COVID-19. First and second
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