Utah confirms 1885 new COVID cases, 15 deaths Thursday – KSL.com

Automobiles line up beyond a COVID-19 testing website at the Mount Olympus Senior Center in Millcreek on Tuesday, Sept. 7,
2021. Individuals wait around two hours to get tested. (Kristin
Murphy, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY– Utah health officials reported 1,885 new COVID-19 cases and 15 extra deaths on Thursday.Of the brand-new cases, 436 were school-age kids, according to a day-to-day update supplied by the Utah Department of Health.The rolling seven-day average for new cases is now 1,675 per day, and the typical percent positivity rate of those evaluated stands at 13.5%. Health care workers administered 9,427 vaccines because Wednesdays report, bringing overall vaccinations given in Utah to 3,366,292 doses.In the last 28 days, unvaccinated locals have actually faced 5.3 times higher danger of passing away from COVID-19, 6.8 times higher threat of being hospitalized due to the coronavirus and 6 times higher risk of screening favorable than immunized individuals, state health officials stated in a statement.Since Feb. 1, unvaccinated citizens have actually experienced 4.8 times greater threat of passing away from COVID-19, 5.1 times greater danger of being hospitalized due to the illness and 4.4 times greater risk of screening positive for COVID-19 than immunized individuals, information shows.Since vaccines became offered start early this year, the state has confirmed 14,099 advancement cases, 752 advancement hospitalizations and 83 advancement deaths. The newest deaths: A Salt Lake County guy, 25-44, not hospitalized.A Davis County woman, 65-84, hospitalized.A Utah County female, 45-64, hospitalized.A Weber County guy, 45-64, hospitalized.A Utah County man, older than 85, not hospitalized.A Davis County woman, older than 85, hospitalized.A Davis County woman, 45-64, hospitalized.A Salt Lake County male, 65-84, hospitalized.A Salt Lake County woman, older than 85, long-lasting care center resident.A Beaver County male, 45-64, hospitalized.A Davis County male, 45-64, hospitalized.A Uintah County guy, 65-84, hospitalized.A Washington County man, 65-84, hospitalized.A Utah County male, 65-84, hospitalized.A Salt Lake County female, 45-64, hospitalized.

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