SALT LAKE CITY– The Utah Department of Healths COVID-19 report for Tuesday shows 362 new validated cases and 4 new deaths.
Utah now has 44,752 positive COVID-19 cases and 578,549 people have been evaluated for the disease.
The states rolling seven-day average for positive tests is 399 daily.
Given that the beginning of the pandemic, 2,677 individuals in Utah have actually required hospitalization for COVID-19. Of those, 189 individuals stay hospitalized.
349 individuals in Utah have now passed away of COVID-19. The four brand-new deaths revealed Tuesday were all Salt Lake County locals:
Male – between 45-64, hospitalized sometimes of death
Female, older than 85, long-lasting care facility resident
Female, between 65-84, long-term care center local
Male, between 65-84, long term care center local
34,764 of Utahs cases– nearly 78 percent– are considered “recovered.” A case with a medical diagnosis date of more than 3 weeks back, who has actually not died, is considered recuperated.