Utah’s COVID-19 trends are declining as 315 new cases and 8 new deaths were reported
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – The Utah Department of Health reported 315 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, April 20.
There are eight new virus-related deaths, four of which occurred before March 20, 2021.
A total of 393,272 Utahns tested positive for COVID-19.
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A total of 2,498,939 Utahns were tested. This is an increase of 5,100 people tested since yesterday.
UDOH reports a total of 4,510,088 tests, an increase of 13,574 since yesterday.
A total of 1,916,922 vaccines were administered in Utah, an increase of 18,065 since yesterday.
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The 7-day rolling average for positive tests is 375 per day.
The 7-day rolling average for the percent positivity of “people over people” is 6.7%. The 7-day rolling average for percent positivity for “tests over tests” is 3.2%.
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There are currently 138 people in the hospital with COVID-19. The total number of hospitalizations since the outbreak began is 15,959.
Officials report a total of 2,174 deaths.
- 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
|Total Utahns test positive||393.272||392,957|
|Total people tested||2,498,939||2,493,089|
|COVID-19-related deaths in Utah||2.174||2.166|
|Utahns is currently being hospitalized with COVID-19||138||138|
|Total hospital stays||15,959||15,922|
The Utah Department of Health announced changes to the Utah COVID-19 transmission index on February 12. They came into force on Thursday, February 18.
Click here to learn more about these changes to the percentage positivity thresholds in the COVID-19 Transmission Index and actions that individuals and businesses should take in areas of “moderate” and “low” transmission.