SALT LAKE CITY– The Utah Department of Health reported 460 more confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state Saturday, along with 10 more deaths and 27,583 more vaccines administered.That brings Utah to 384,173 overall cases, 2,101 deaths and 1,289,691 vaccines administered given that the pandemic started. There are currently 137 Utahns reported hospitalized due to COVID-19, consisting of 56 in intensive care.Saturdays numbers come as 14,289 more tests were performed in Utah. The 10 deaths consist of: A Beaver County guy between ages 45 and 64 who was hospitalized when he diedA Davis County guy in between ages 45 and 64 who was hospitalizedA Salt Lake County male in between ages 45 and 64 who was hospitalizedA Davis County female over age 85 who was the local of a long-lasting care facilityA Salt Lake County male over age 85 who was the homeowner of a long-lasting care facilityA Salt Lake County woman over age 85 who was the citizen of a long-term care facilityA Utah County female over age 85 who was not hospitalized when she diedA Utah County lady over age 85 who was the local of a long-term care facilityA Washington County guy between ages 65 and 84 who was not hospitalized when he diedA Weber County lady in between ages 45 and 64 who was hospitalizedThe health departments coronavirus website states there are currently five long-term care centers in Utah with active break outs among residents.As of Wednesday, all Utahns age 16 and older are qualified to arrange an appointment to be vaccinated versus COVID-19.
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