Salt Lake City – Utah Health Department 201 on Sunday. No is reporting newly confirmed cases COVID-19 17 new deaths from disease in Utah.
That brings Utah to 233,904 total confirmed cases and 1,055 subsequent deaths Epidemic Started.
In an email, the health department said the newly reported deaths included eight residents of long-term care facilities:
- Utah County woman over 85 years old
- Iron County man aged 65 to 84
- A Weber County man between the ages of 65 and 84
- Weber County man over 85 years old
- Salt Lake County woman over 85 years old
- Salt Lake County man over 85 years old
- Two Salt Lake County men aged 65 and 84
They also included six Utahns who were hospitalized when they died:
- Salt Lake County women between 65 and 84
- Salt Lake County man between the ages of 45 and 64
- Washington Washington County man aged 45 to 64
- Washington Washington County woman aged 25 to 44
- Utah County woman over 85 years old
- A man from Utah County between the ages of 65 and 84
The three Utahns who died were not hospitalized at the time:
- Morgan County man between 65 and 84
- Utah County man over 85 years old
- Weber County woman over 85 years old
The new figures come as 9,668 more are said to have been tested on Utah Saturday’s number. In total, Utah conducted 2,340,571 tests on 1,575,222 different people.
There are currently 548 Utahns hospitalized due to coronavirus, including 215 in intensive care.
In the past week, the state has an average of 2,633 new cases per day and a positive test percentage of 24.6.
State leaders will give an update on the local coronavirus situation at a news conference this weekend; The convention is usually held on a Thursday.
Utah expects to receive the first dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine on Monday and may begin vaccination this week. U.S. Carrying the first vaccine Left production facility in Kalamazoo, Michigan on Sunday. The vaccine The first will be made available in Utah For teachers, frontline health care workers and nursing home residents.
Test results now include data from PCR tests and antigen tests. Positive COVID-19 test results are reported to the health department immediately after confirmation, but negative test results cannot be reported for 24 to 72 hours.
The total number of cases reported daily by the Utah Department of Health includes all cases of Covid-19 as a result of the Utah outbreak, including those currently infected, recovering from the disease and dying.
Definition of a case that was retrieved Anyone who was diagnosed with Covid-19 three or more weeks ago did not die.
Referral hospitals are the 16 Utah hospitals that have the ability to provide the best COVID-19 health care.
Deaths reported by the state are usually reported two to seven days in advance, according to the health report. Some deaths may be later, especially if the person is from Utah but has died in another state.
The Department of Health Council reports both confirmed and probable COVID-19 case deaths as defined by the State State and Territorial Epidemiologist. Death counts may change once case investigation is completed.
For a person who dies like a covid-19, according to the health department, if the person did not have a covid-19, the person would not have died.
The data contained in this story primarily reflect the state of Utah as a whole. For more local data, visit your local health district website.
More information about Utah health guidance levels is available at coronavirus.out.gov/utah-health-guidance- levels.
The information is from the Utah Department of Health and coronavirus.utah.gov/case-accounts. For more information on how the Utah Health Department compiles and reports COVID-19 data, visit coronavirus.utah.gov/case-accounts And scroll down to the “Data Notes” section at the bottom of the page.
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