259 more COVID-19 cases, 1 death, 2K vaccinations reported Monday in Utah – KSL.com

SALT LAKE CITY– Utahs number of COVID-19 cases has actually increased by 259 on Monday, with one more death and 2,087 vaccinations reported, according to the Utah Department of Health.The state now approximates there are 13,707 active cases of the illness in Utah. The rolling seven-day average number of favorable cases per day is now at 518, according to the health department. The favorable test rate per day for that time duration reported with the “individuals over people” technique is now 9%. The favorable test rate daily seven-day typical computed with the “test over test” technique is now 4.4%. There are now 193 COVID-19 patients presently hospitalized in Utah, consisting of 74 in extensive care, state information programs. About 68% of all extensive care system beds in Utah are now occupied, consisting of about 71% of ICU beds in the states 16 referral healthcare facilities. About 50% of non-ICU medical facility beds are now occupied, according to state data.An overall of 857,750 vaccines have been administered in the state, up from 855,663 Sunday. An overall of 556,791 individuals have actually gotten a minimum of one vaccine dose, while 310,327 are now fully vaccinated, according to the health department. An overall of 1,006,315 vaccine dosages have now been shipped to Utah.The brand-new numbers show a 0.07% boost in favorable cases considering that Sunday. Of the 2,251,204 individuals tested for COVID-19 in Utah up until now, 16.7% have checked positive for COVID-19. The variety of overall tests conducted given that the beginning of the pandemic is now 3,917,828, up 5,530 since Sunday. Of those, 3,083 were tests of people who had not formerly been checked for COVID-19, according to the health department.The death reported Monday was a Washington County male who was between the ages of 65 and 84 and was hospitalized when he died.Mondays totals give Utah 375,109 overall verified cases, with 14,913 total hospitalizations and 1,977 total deaths from the illness. An overall of 359,425 Utah COVID-19 cases are now being considered recuperated, according to the health department.Utah Gov. Spencer Cox is set up to provide a COVID-19 pandemic upgrade at a press conference at 11 a.m. Thursday. × More stories you may have an interest in