Salt Lake City-According to data from the Utah Department of Health, COVID-19 cases in Utah increased by 173 on Monday, with 1 death and 2,326 vaccinations reported.
According to data from the Department of Health, Utah currently has an estimated 9,242 active patients with COVID-19. According to data from the health department, the current rolling number of positive cases for 7 consecutive days per day is 397. Now, the daily positive test rate during this time period reported by the “people-oriented” method is 7.1%. Now, the average positive test rate for 7 days per day calculated by the “test over test” method is 3.5%.
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The state received 1,498,039 vaccine doses, up from 1,495,713 doses on Sunday. A total of 976,434 Utahans have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and now 565,539 doses are considered to be fully vaccinated. To date, a total of 1,734,950 doses of vaccine have been shipped to Utah.
The new figures show that positive cases have increased by 0.04% since Sunday. So far, 2,413,193 people in Utah have been tested for COVID-19, of which 16.1% have tested positive for COVID-19. The total number of tests conducted during the pandemic has increased to 4,294,735, an increase of 3,778 since Sunday. Among them, 2111 items are tests on people who have not been tested for COVID-19 before.
According to the health department, the death reported on Monday was a Utah county woman, aged 65 to 84, who was hospitalized at the time of her death.
Monday’s total confirmed 387,514 confirmed cases to Utah, a total of 15,625 hospitalizations, and a total of 2,133 deaths from the disease. According to the health department, an estimated 376,139 COVID-19 cases in Utah have now recovered.
Utah House of Representatives Bill 294 (also known as the state’s COVID-19 “endgame” bill) requires that the state’s 14-day case rate is less than $191 per day on the day that all state and local health orders related to the pandemic are Should be terminated. The COVID-19 intensive care unit for 100,000 people has an average seven-day utilization rate of less than 15%, and Utah has allocated 1,633,000 original doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
As of Monday, the state has reached the threshold in the first two indicators. According to state data, the 14-day case rate averaged 179.4, while the 7-day COVID-19 ICU average rate was approximately 9.4%. However, according to health officials, as of last week, Utah had only allocated 920,515 original doses of vaccine. According to the health department, the state is expected to reach the allocated dose of 1,633,000 cephalosporins in the second or third week of May.
There is no plan to hold a COVID-19 press conference this week.
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