Data consisted of in this story mostly reflects the state of Utah as a whole. For more localized information, visit your regional health districts site.
SALT LAKE CITY– Utahs number of COVID-19 cases has actually increased by 346 from Wednesday, with three more deaths reported, according to the Utah Department of Health.
The health department now estimates there are 8,044 active cases of COVID-19 in Utah. The rolling seven-day average variety of favorable cases per day is now at 381, according to the health department. The positive test rate per day for that time duration is now 9.1%.
The new numbers show a 0.6% boost in positive cases since Wednesday. Of the 703,766 individuals checked for COVID-19 in Utah so far, 8% have checked positive for COVID-19. A boost of 5,225 tests performed was reported as of Thursday.
An overall of 118 COVID-19 clients are presently hospitalized in Utah, including 48 in extensive care unit, or ICU, beds. About 68% of all ICU beds in the state are inhabited as of Thursday, while about 51% of non-ICU beds are filled, state data shows.
All 3 deaths reported Thursday were citizens of long-term care centers. One was a Davis County man who was over the age of 85, the second was a Salt Lake County lady who was over the age of 85, and the third was a Utah County woman who was in between the ages of 45 and 64, according to the health department.
Thursdays overalls provide Utah 56,019 overall validated cases, with 3,273 overall hospitalizations and 430 total deaths from the disease. An estimated 47,545 COVID-19 cases in Utah are now considered recovered.
Deaths reported by the state generally happened two to seven days prior to when they are reported, according to the health department. Some deaths may be from even further back, specifically if the individual is from Utah however has actually passed away in another state.
Recuperated cases are defined as anybody who was diagnosed with COVID-19 three or more weeks earlier and has not passed away.
Test results now include information from PCR tests and antigen tests. Favorable COVID-19 test results are reported to the health department immediately after they are confirmed, however negative test outcomes may not be reported for 24 to 72 hours.
The total variety of cases reported by the Utah Department of Health every day includes all cases of COVID-19 since Utahs break out started, consisting of those who are currently infected, those who have recuperated from the disease, and those who have died.
Details is from the Utah Department of Health and coronavirus.utah.gov/ case-counts. For more details on how the Utah Department of Health puts together and reports COVID-19 data, see coronavirus.utah.gov/ case-counts and scroll down to the “Data Notes” section at the bottom of the page.
This story will be updated.
The health department reports both verified and possible COVID-19 case deaths per the case meaning outlined by the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists. The death counts undergo alter as case examinations are finished.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, in addition to Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox, Senate President J. Stuart Adams, House Speaker Brad Wilson and Utah Department of Health state epidemiologist Dr. Angela Dunn, supplied a COVID-19 update at a news conference Thursday morning.
View the replay of the event listed below.
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The health department now estimates there are 8,044 active cases of COVID-19 in Utah. The rolling seven-day average number of positive cases per day is now at 381, according to the health department. The brand-new numbers show a 0.6% increase in positive cases given that Wednesday. Of the 703,766 people evaluated for COVID-19 in Utah so far, 8% have actually evaluated favorable for COVID-19. A boost of 5,225 tests conducted was reported as of Thursday.