651 more COVID-19 cases, 17 deaths, 22092 vaccinations reported Friday in Utah – KSL.com

SALT LAKE CITY– Utahs number of COVID-19 cases has increased by 651 on Friday, with 17 more deaths reported, according to the Utah Department of Health.Eight of those deaths took place before Feb. 5 however were still being investigated by state medical examiners, according to the health department.The health department now estimates there are 17,979 active cases of the illness in Utah. Another 22,092 vaccine dosages were administered as of Friday, according to the health department.The rolling seven-day typical variety of favorable cases daily is now at 694, according to the health department. The favorable test rate per day for that time period reported with the “people over people” technique is now 12.3%. The favorable test rate daily seven-day typical determined with the “test over test” method is now 5.6%. There are now 231 COVID-19 clients currently hospitalized in Utah, consisting of 94 in extensive care, state information shows. About 73% of intensive care system beds in Utah are filled as of Friday, including about 77% of ICU beds in the states 16 referral health centers. About 53% of non-ICU medical facility beds in Utah are occupied Friday.An overall of 682,536 vaccines have been administered in the state, up from 660,444 Thursday. Of those, 239,877 are 2nd doses of the vaccine, health department information shows.The brand-new numbers indicate a 0.2% boost in favorable cases considering that Thursday. Of the 2,194,674 individuals tested for COVID-19 in Utah so far, 16.9% have tested favorable for COVID-19. The total number of tests carried out has actually increased to 3,781,119 on Friday, up 15,599 from Thursday. Of those, 5,498 were tests of people who had not formerly been evaluated for COVID-19. The 17 deaths reported Friday were: An Iron County man who was in between the ages of 45 and 64 and was not hospitalized when he diedA Salt Lake County man who was between the ages of 45 and 64 and was a local of a long-lasting care facilityA Salt Lake County guy who was between the ages of 65 and 84 and was a local of a long-lasting care facilityA Salt Lake County man who was over the age of 85 and was not hospitalized when he diedA Salt Lake County guy who was over the age of 85 and was a homeowner of a long-term care facilityA Salt Lake County man who was between the ages of 45 and 64 and was hospitalized when he diedA Tooele County man who was between the ages of 45 and 64 and was not hospitalized when he diedA Utah County man who was over the age of 85 and was not hospitalized when he diedA Washington County male who was in between the ages of 65 and 84 and was a homeowner of a long-term care facilityA Weber County man who was over the age of 85 and was not hospitalized when he diedTwo Salt Lake County ladies who were in between the ages of 65 and 84 and were residents of long-lasting care facilitiesTwo Salt Lake County ladies who were over the age of 85 and were citizens of long-lasting care facilitiesA Uintah County lady who was over the age of 85 and was a resident of a long-term care facilityA Utah County female who was in between the ages of 45 and 64 and was not hospitalized when she diedA Weber County lady who was over the age of 85 and was not hospitalized when she diedFridays overalls provide Utah 370,084 total validated cases, with 14,628 overall hospitalizations and 1,907 total deaths from the disease. A total of 350,198 Utah COVID-19 cases are now approximated to be recovered, state information shows.Utah Gov. Spencer Cox supplied a pandemic upgrade at a news conference Thursday. × Related StoriesMore stories you may have an interest in

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