Salt Lake City-According to the latest information provided by the Utah Department of Health on Sunday, there are 344 new COVID-19 cases in Utah and no new deaths.
According to the health department, the rolling number of positive cases per day for 7 consecutive days is now about 400 per day. According to the latest data, it is down six times compared to Saturday.
Since September 9, 2020, the daily incidence rate in Utah has exceeded 400 cases. The daily incidence rate in November was as high as 3,392 cases, and the average daily incidence rate in early January was as high as 3,258 cases.
At the same time, the daily positive test rate for this time period reported by the “personal coverage”
The health department reported on Sunday that more than 14,350 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine had been given. In the state, a total of 1.5 million vaccines have been injected.
Nearly 975,000 Utahans have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and the state expects to exceed 1 million doses this week. The state reported that 564,824 Utahans had been “fully vaccinated,” meaning they had received two doses of the vaccine or Johnson & Johnson vaccine (one dose).
The health department also reported on Sunday that 129 COVID-19 patients are currently hospitalized in Utah due to COVID-19. This is five times less than what was reported on Saturday. Of these hospitalized patients, 45 are in the intensive care unit.
Since March 2020, the total number of confirmed cases on Sunday is 387,341 confirmed cases in Utah, the total number of hospitalizations is 15,608, and the total number of deaths is 2,132. The new figures show that the number of positive cases has increased by less than 1% since Saturday.
So far, more than 2.4 million people in Utah have been tested for COVID-19, and 1.6% of them have been tested for COVID-19.
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