Salt Lake City-According to the Utah Department of Health, the number of COVID-19 cases in Utah increased by 300 on Tuesday, with 4 deaths and 28,314 vaccinations reported.
The Department of Health estimates that there are 9,057 active cases of COVID-19 in Utah. According to data from the health department, the current rolling number of positive cases for 7 consecutive days per day is 387. Now, the daily positive test rate in this period of time calculated by the “people-oriented” method is 7.1%. Now, the daily positive test rate in this period of time calculated by the “test over test” method is 3.4%.
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The state received 1,526,353 vaccines, up from 1,498,039 on Monday. A total of 994,402 Utahans have received at least one dose of the vaccine, while 579,627 have been fully vaccinated. To date, a total of 1,734,950 doses of vaccine, including initial and booster doses, have been shipped to including Utah.
The new figures show that since Monday, positive cases have increased by 0.1%. So far, of the 2,417,211 people tested for COVID-19 in Utah, 16.1% have tested positive for COVID-19. The number of tests conducted since the beginning of the pandemic is now 4,305,397, an increase of 10,662 since Monday. Among them, 4,018 are tests on people who have not been tested for COVID-19 before.
The four deaths reported on Tuesday were:
- A woman between the ages of 45 and 64 in Salt Lake County was hospitalized when she died
- A man between the ages of 65 and 84 in Tooele County was hospitalized when he died
- A man between the ages of 45 and 64 in Utah County who was hospitalized when he died
- A man in Weber County, aged 45 to 64, was hospitalized when he died
Tuesday’s total confirmed 387,814 confirmed cases to Utah, a total of 15,656 hospitalizations, and a total of 2,137 deaths from the disease. According to the health department, an estimated 376,620 COVID-19 cases in Utah have now recovered.
There is no plan to hold a COVID-19 press conference this week.
The Utah pandemic’s “Endgame” bill, officially known as “House Bill 294,” requires all state and local health orders related to COVID-19 to end on the day Utah reaches the threshold of three key indicators: The state’s 14-day medical record rate is lower than 191 per 100,000 people, the COVID-19 intensive care unit’s 7-day average utilization rate is less than 15%, and Utah has allocated 1,633,000 original doses of the COVID-19 vaccine .
As of Tuesday, Utah has reached the threshold of the first two measurements. The reported 14-day medical record rate was 176.7, and the average COVID-19 ICU utilization rate in the last 7 days was approximately 9.3%. As of last week, Utah has only been allocated 920,515 primary vaccine doses.
The initial dose refers to the first dose of Pfizer and Moderna vaccine, and is the only dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. According to health officials, the main dose allocation is updated only once a week, and the allocation is expected to reach the 1,633,000 threshold in the second or third week of May.
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