315 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths have been reported
SALT LAKE CITY – Utah reported 315 new cases of COVID-19 on April 20, bringing the total to 393,272. Eight other deaths have also been reported.
That brings the total number of deaths in Utah to 2,174. Four of the additional reported deaths occurred before March 20, 2021.
Utah also reported that 18,065 more vaccines had been administered since the previous day, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the state to 1,916,922.
A total of 2,498,939 people were tested, an increase of 5,100 since yesterday for a total of 4,510,088 tests, an increase of 13,574.
The 7-day rolling average for positive tests is 375 per day. The 7-day rolling average for percent positivity for “people over people” is 6.7%. The 7-day rolling average for percent positivity for “tests over tests” is 3.2%.
There are currently 138 people in hospital with COVID-19, with the total number of hospitalizations since the outbreak began is 15,959.
Reported deaths include the following:
- Female, over 85 years of age, resident in Uintah County, resident in long-term care facility
- Female, 65-84, resident in Carbon County, out of hospital
- Female, 65-84, resident in Salt Lake County, out of hospital
- Male, between 25 and 44, resident in Weber County, in the hospital
- Male, older than 85 years, resident of Utah County, resident of long-term care facility
- Female, older than 85 years, resident in Sanpete County, residing in long-term care facility
- Female, 65-84, resident in Weber County, hospitalized
- Female, resident between 45-64, Uintah County, hospitalized