Due to the coronavirus, three more Utahans died.
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46,011 Utahans in Utah received the coronavirus vaccination on Thursday because the state blew out more than 500,000 marks among the fully vaccinated population. In total, more than 1.4 million doses were administered.
The Utah Department of Health also reported 487 new COVID-19 cases and 3 deaths, bringing the state’s death toll to 2,125.
Vaccine dose/total vaccination dose received on the previous day• 46,011 / 1,410,214.
Utahans are fully vaccinated • 521,686.
Cases reported in the past day• 487.
Death reports in the past day• three. All of them are between 65 and 84 years old. They are a man in Salt Lake County, a woman in Washington County and a woman in Weber County.
Tests reported in the past day• 7,661 people were tested for the first time. A total of 18,760 people were tested.
Hospitalization reported in the past day• 136. That’s a From Wednesday. Among the people currently hospitalized, 50 are in the intensive care unit, six fewer than Wednesday.
Percentage of positive tests• According to the state’s original method, the tax rate is 6.4%. This is slightly lower than the seven-day average (6.8%).
The state’s new method counts all test results, including repeated tests on the same person. The interest rate on Thursday was 2.6%, lower than the seven-day average of 3.4%.
[Read more: Utah is changing how it measures the rate of positive COVID-19 tests. Here’s what that means.]
Total so far• 386,128 cases; 2125 deaths; 15,554 hospitalizations; 2,394,649 people tested.
Governor Spencer Cox announced at the weekly COVID-19 media conference on Thursday that the two counties, Beaver and Emery, have moved from “high” transmission levels to “medium” “Level.
Six rural counties (Dagit, Garfield, Jab, Pewter, Ridge and Wayne) are in the “low” transmission category. The other 23 counties (including population centers in Wasatch Border State) fall into the “moderate” category.
Cox said this is the first time since the category was established, and no county in Utah has a “high” level of transmission. In October last year, Cox’s former governor Gary Herbert (Gary Herbert) introduced a system for measuring transmission rate, which replaced the old color-coded risk assessment system.
The Davis County Department of Health announced on Thursday that it will provide a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at the walk-in clinic at 700-1 Layton West at the Davis Convention Center starting Wednesday.
The clinic’s working hours are Monday and Wednesday, from 1 pm to 7 pm. An appointment is required.
Anyone 18 years of age or older can make an appointment on the department’s website www.daviscountyutah.gov/health/covid-19/vaccine. The person making the appointment will need a valid email address, and up to two people can be arranged. People who are visually impaired or cannot access the Internet can call 801-525-4900 for help.
The Davis County Health Department will continue to provide two doses of Pfizer vaccine to people 16 years of age and older at the departmental direct clinic of the Farmington Traditional Activity Center.