According to reports, there are another 2,150 cases and 13 deaths.
On Saturday, a record number of COVID-19 patients were hospitalized in the intensive care unit in Utah, and the state reported another 2,150 cases and 13 deaths.
The new maximum number is 231, which exceeds the previous ICU record of 213. There were 210 ICU patients on Friday and 194 patients on Thursday.
The positive detection rate is still about 20% lower than that of last week.
Vaccinations reported the day before/total vaccinations• 9,758 / 152,509.
Cases reported in the past day• 2150.
Death reports in the past day• 13
The number of deaths reported on Friday• Six of the deaths reported on Saturday occurred before December 26 and are now being reported because, according to the Utah Department of Health, the Medical Examination Office “conducted a thorough investigation of all possible COVID-related deaths,” which took several weeks to complete. . “
Three people died in Utah (three men 65-84; one woman over 85) and Washington County (two men and one woman 65-84), and in Salt Lake County (two men 65-84; one woman 85) Two of them died. -plus). In Box Elder County (men aged 65-84), Sanpete County (men aged 65-84), Davis County (men over 85 years old), Garfield County (men aged 65-84) and Uintah County (men aged 85 years) Women above).
Hospitalization report of the past day• 581. Three fewer than Friday. Among the people currently hospitalized, 231 are in the intensive care unit, 21 more than Friday.
Tests reported in the past day• 10,460.
Percentage of positive tests• 20.55%. This is lower than the 7-day average of 24.7%.
Total so far• 322,252 cases; 1,485 deaths; 12,452 hospitalizations; 1,895,061 tests.