338 more COVID-19 cases, 1 death reported Monday in Utah – KSL.com

The positive test rate per day seven-day average determined with the “test over test” technique is now 6%. Utah officials generally offer updates at news conferences as soon as a week on Wednesdays or Thursdays.Methodology: Test outcomes now include data from PCR tests and antigen tests. The death counts are subject to change as case examinations are completed.For deaths that are reported as COVID-19 deaths, the person would not have actually died if they did not have COVID-19, according to the health department.The “individuals over individuals” method for the seven-day average favorable test rate is determined by dividing the number of individuals who have checked positive for COVID-19 by the total number of people checked. The “test over test” method is determined by dividing the total number of positive tests by the total number of tests administered.Data included in this story mainly reflects the state of Utah as a whole.

Utah authorities usually offer updates at news conferences as soon as a week on Wednesdays or Thursdays.Methodology: Test results now include information from PCR tests and antigen tests. The death counts are subject to change as case investigations are completed.For deaths that are reported as COVID-19 deaths, the person would not have passed away if they did not have COVID-19, according to the health department.The “people over individuals” approach for the seven-day typical positive test rate is computed by dividing the number of individuals who have evaluated favorable for COVID-19 by the total number of individuals evaluated. The “test over test” technique is determined by dividing the total number of favorable tests by the total number of tests administered.Data consisted of in this story mostly reflects the state of Utah as a whole.