Salt Lake City-The COVID-19 report released by the Utah Department of Health on Wednesday showed that the number of confirmed cases increased by 514, bringing the total number of cases across the state to 385,641, with another 4 deaths.
So far, 2,386,988 people have been tested. Since yesterday, the number of people tested has increased by 6,751, and a total of 4,235,928 tests have been performed. The 7-day rolling average of positive tests is 418 per day. The 7-day rolling average of the “person-to-person” positive rate is 6.7%. The 7-day rolling average positive rate of “the number of tests exceeds the number of tests”
Now, a total of 1,364,203 vaccines have been vaccinated in Utah.
There are currently 135 people hospitalized in Utah due to COVID-19.
There are 2,122 deaths from COVID-19 in Utah. The death toll of #### announced on Wednesday was:
- Male, a resident of Salt Lake County, aged 65-84, not hospitalized
- Male, aged 45-64, Weber County resident, not hospitalized
- Male, Salt Lake County resident, aged 65-84, not hospitalized
- Resident of Salt Lake County, male, aged 45-64, hospitalized
The report stated that all four deaths occurred before March 1, 2021.