October 19 data: 3 more Utahns die from COVID-19, positive test rate now 14.4%


COVID-19 Three more Utahns have been declared dead since Monday, while the state’s positive test rate has been 14.4% for the past seven days.

Utah reported an additional 1,168 new cases, now exceeding the 1,200+ day average. Utah once had daily rates below 300 and 4% positivity.

One of those who died was between 45 and 64, while the other two were over 85. Each belonged to a different county.

The Utah Department of Health also reports the following:

Affirmative:

  • We will report 95,562 positive cases today. This is an increase of 1,168 cases since yesterday.

lab test:

  • We will report a trial of 980,659 people. This is an increase of 6,721 people tested since yesterday.

Trending:

  • The rolling 7-day average for positive tests is 1,233 per day. The rolling 7-day average for percentage of positive laboratory tests is 14.4%

admitted to hospital:

  • There are currently 288 people hospitalized with COVID-19. There are 4,688 total hospitalizations since the onset of the outbreak.

Deaths:

We will report 546 total deaths, three more than yesterday:

  • Male, between 45-64, Salt Lake County resident, long term care facility resident
  • Male, over 85 years old, Utah County resident, long term care facility resident
  • Male, over 85 years old, Washington County resident, long term care facility resident

found:

  • 71,035 of our cases are considered “recovered”. A case with a diagnosis date of more than three weeks, which has not passed away, is considered recovered.

Worldomters.info/coronavirus tracks deaths from reporting worldwide and worldwide health districts and its data is used by nations, health districts, and Johns Hopkins. It reports that there are now over 40.5 million confirmed cases worldwide. Usually that number will be communicated by the media in a day or two when it is tracked by the world kilometer. It also tracks 1.1 million deaths and 30.2 million recoveries.

Of the closed cases, about 4% have ended in death. Of the active cases, 72,304 are currently considered serious or significant.

The United States continues to lead the world in 8.3 million cases, although India lags behind with 1 billion more people than the US. On Sunday, the last full day of collected information, India registered 55,511 new cases, while the US recorded 44,941 cases.

The United States has the highest number of deaths in the world with 224,889 compared to Brazil, the next closest nation with 153,982. India ranks third with 115,163. India had the highest number of deaths on Sunday with 578, the US was ahead with 448. The death toll in the US is 678 per million. San Marino is higher than Peru, Belgium, Andorra, Spain, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile and Ecuador. The US is ranked 20th in the test per 1 million population.

Utah

The age group with the highest deaths in Utah is 65 to 84 with 268 dead. More than 85 residents have suffered 138 dead, while between 45 and 64 of those killed, 115 have died. Less than 44 deaths and much less common in Utah, but still occurred. 19 of those 25 to 44 have been recorded.

Over the age of 85, there were 181.82 deaths per 1,000 cases. The death rate of those people is quite low.

To see how Utah records and tracks COVID-19 deaths go to coronavirus.utah.gov/covid-19-deaths/.

For the ninth consecutive week, Utah’s COVID-19 numbers increased. KUTV tracks the daily numbers and Sunday-to-Sunday numbers reported by UDOH and reprinted below since March. Cases were at a peak in July with 4,633 cases a week, but yesterday, Utah’s weekly tally was 8,550, up from 8,266, up from 7,003, up from 6,843.

UTS’s Consistent Weakness With Increasing COVID-19 Case

  1. Sun., 23 August: 49,115 – + 2,463
  2. Sun., 30 August: 51,854 – + 2,739
  3. Sun., 6 September: 54,660 – +2,806
  4. Sun., 13 September: 57,875 – +3,215
  5. Sun., Sep 20: 63,772 – +5,897
  6. Sun., 27 September: 70,615 – +6,843
  7. Sun., 4 October: 77,618 – +7,003
  8. Sun., 11 October: 85,844 – +8,266
  9. Sun., 18 October: 94,394 – +8,550

The state now uses the “level of transmission” guideline for citizens to comply with appropriate behavior. Each county is ranked high, medium or low according to its transmission rate. Masks are required in public indoor settings and outdoor settings in areas of high transmission level when physical distance between people is not possible.

In medium-level transmission counties, since October 29, the use of masks is guided by public health. After October 29, masks are strongly recommended in such counties, but the requirements are directed by county experts.

Masks are strongly recommended in low-level transmission counties.

Countries with high levels of transit

  • Cash
  • Garfield
  • Juab
  • salt Lake
  • Utah
  • Wasatch

Countries with a modest level of transmission

  • Box elder
  • Carbon
  • Davis
  • big
  • iron
  • Millard
  • Morgan
  • San Juan
  • Sanpete
  • Savior
  • Summit
  • Tooele
  • Uintah
  • Washington
  • Weber

Cooperation with low levels of transmission

  • Beaver
  • Daggett
  • Duchesne
  • Emery stone
  • Ken
  • Piute
  • The rich
  • Wayne

Fully Developed by UAH – UTU CUMULATIVE COVID-19 Cases

  • Sun., 15 March: 28 – 28
  • Sun., 22 March: 181 – +153
  • Sun., 29 March: 719 – +538
  • Sun., 5 April: 1,605 – +886
  • Sun., 12 April: 2,303 – +698
  • Sun., 19 April: 3,069 – +766
  • Sun., 26 April: 3,948 – +879
  • Sun., 3 May: 5,175 – +1,227
  • Sun., 10 May: 6,251 – +1,076
  • Sun., 17 May: 7,238 – +987
  • Sun., 24 May: 8,392 – +1,154
  • Sun., 31 May: 9,797 – +1,405
  • Sun., 7 June: 12,066 – +2, 269
  • Sun., 14 June: 14,313 – +2,247
  • Sun., 21 June: 17,462 – +3,149
  • Sun., 28 June: 21,100 – +3,638
  • Sun., 5 July: 24,952 – +3,852
  • Sun., 12 July: 29,484 – +4,532
  • Sun., July 19: 37,11 – – +7,733
  • Sun., 26 July: 37,973 – + 3,856
  • Sun., 2 August: 41, 175 – + 3,202
  • Sun., 9 August: 44,127 – + 2,952
  • Sun., 16 August: 46,652 – + 2,528
  • Sun., 23 August: 49,115 – + 2,463
  • Sun., 30 August: 51,854 – + 2,739
  • Sun., 6 September: 54,660 – +2,806
  • Sun., 13 September: 57,875 – +3,215
  • Sun., Sep 20: 63,772 – +5,897
  • Sun., 27 September: 70,615 – +6,843
  • Sun., 4 October: 77,618 – +7,003
  • Sun., 11 October: 85,844 – +8,266
  • Sun., 18 October: 94,394 – +8,550

UTA CUMULATIVE COVID-19 CASE by DAY

  • Fri., 13 March – 5
  • Sat., 14 March – 12
  • Sun., 15 March – 28
  • Mon., 16 March – 39
  • Tue., 17 March – 51
  • Wed., 18 March – 63
  • Thur., 19 March – 78
  • Fri., 20 March – 112
  • Sat., 21 March – 136
  • Sun., 22 March – 181
  • Mon., 23 March – 257
  • Tue., March 24 – 298
  • Wed., 25 March – 346
  • Thursday., 26 March – 402
  • Fri., 27 March – 480
  • Sat., 28 March – 602
  • Sun., 29 March – 719
  • Mon., March 30 – 806
  • TU., 31 March – 887
  • Wed., 1 April – 1,012
  • Thursday., 2 April – 1,074
  • Fri., 3 April – 1,246
  • Sat., 4 April – 1,428
  • Sun., 5 April – 1,605
  • Mon., 6 April – 1,675
  • Mars. 7 April – 1,738
  • Wed., 8 April – 1,846
  • Thur., 9 April – 1,976
  • Fri., 10 April – 2,102
  • Sat., 11 April – 2,206
  • Sun., 12 April – 2,303
  • Mon., 13 April – 2,363
  • Tues., 14 April – 2,412
  • Wed., 15 April – 2,542
  • Thur., 16 April – 2,683
  • Fri., 17 April – 2,805
  • Sat., 18 April – 2,931
  • Sun., 19 April – 3,069
  • Mon., 20 April – 3,213
  • Tues., 21 April – 3,296
  • Wed., 22 April – 3,445
  • Thur., 23 April – 3,612
  • Fri., 24 April – 3,782
  • Sat., 25 April – 3,948
  • Sun., 26 April – 4,123
  • Mon., 27 April – 4,233
  • Tue., 28 April – 4,343
  • Wed., April 29 – 4,495
  • Thursday., 30 April – 4,672
  • Fri., 1 May – 4,828
  • Sat, 2 May – 4,981
  • Sun., 3 May – 5,175
  • Mon., May 4 – 5,317
  • Tue., 5 May – 5,449
  • Wed., 6 May – 5,595
  • Thur., 7 May – 5,724
  • Fri., 8 May – 5,919
  • Sat., May 9 – 6,103
  • Sun., 10 May – 6,251
  • Mon., May 11 – 6,362
  • Tue., May 12 – 6,432
  • Wed., 13 May – 6,620
  • Thur., 14 May – 6.749
  • Fri., 15 May – 6,913
  • SAT, 16 May – 7,068
  • Sun., 17 May – 7,238
  • Mon., May 18 – 7,384
  • Tue, 19 May – 7,518
  • Wed May 20 – 7,710
  • Thur., 21 May – 7,874
  • Fri., 22 May-8057
  • sat. 23 May – 8,260
  • Sun. 24- 8,392 May
  • Monday. May 25-8,521
  • Tue May, 26-8,6,20
  • Wed., 27 May – 8,706
  • Thursday, May 28 – 8,921
  • Fri., May 29 – 9,264
  • Sat., May 30 – 9,533
  • Sun., 31 May – 9,797
  • Mon., June 1 – 9,999
  • Tue., 2 June – 10,202
  • Wed., 3 June – 10,497
  • Thursday, June 4 – 10,813
  • Fri., 5 June – 11,252
  • Sat., 6 June – 11,798
  • Sun., 7 June – 12,066
  • Monday. 8 June – 12,322
  • Tue., 9 June – 12,559
  • Wed., 10 June – 12,864
  • Thursday, June 11 – 13,252
  • Fri., 12 June – 13,577
  • Sat., 13 June – 13,981
  • Sun., 14 June – 14,313
  • Mon., June 15–14,608
  • Tue., 16 June – 14,937
  • Wed., 17 June – 15,344
  • Thur., 18 June – 15,839
  • Fri., 19 June – 16,425
  • Sat., 20 June – 17,068
  • Sun., 21 June – 17,462
  • Mon., 22 June – 17,906
  • TU, June 23 – 18,300
  • Wed, 24 June -18784
  • Thur., 25 June – 19,374
  • Fri., 26 June – 20,050
  • Sat., 27 June – 20,628
  • Sun., 28 June – 21,100
  • Mon., 29 June – 21,664
  • Tue., June 30 – 22,217
  • Wed., 1 July – 22,716
  • Thur., 2 July – 23,270
  • Fri., 3 July – 23,866
  • Sat., 4 July – 24,524
  • Sun., 5 July – 24,952
  • Mon., 6 July – 25,471
  • Tue., 7 July – 26,033
  • Wed., 8 July – 26,755
  • Thursday, July 9 – 27, 356
  • Fri., 10 July – 28,223
  • Sat., 11 July – 28,855
  • Sun., 12 July – 29,484
  • Mon., 13 July – 30,030
  • TU,., 14 July – 30,478
  • Wed., 15 July – 30,891
  • Thur., 16 July – 31,845 * Past results from several weeks, not previously counted, included in these totals.
  • Fri., 17 July-32,572
  • Sat., 18 July – 33,332
  • Sun., 19 July – 34,117
  • Mon., 20 July – 34,526
  • TU, 21 July – 35,012
  • Wed., 22 July – 35,578
  • Thur., 23 July – 36,099
  • Fri., 24 July – 36,962
  • Sat., 25 July – 37,623
  • Sun., 26 July – 37,973
  • Mon., 27 July – 38,409
  • TU, 28 July – 38,855
  • Wed., 29 July – 39,194
  • Thur., 30 July – 39,656
  • Fri., 31 July – 40,196
  • Sat., 1 August – 40,702
  • Sun., 2 August – 41,175
  • Mon., 3 August – 41,529
  • Tue., August 4 – 41,907
  • Wed., 5 August – 42,328
  • Thur., 6 August – 42.915
  • Fri., 7 August. – 43,375
  • Sat., 8 August – 43751
  • Sun., 9 August – 44,127
  • Mon., 10 August – 44,390
  • Tue., August 11 – 44,752
  • Wed., 12 August – 45,090
  • Thur., 13 August – 45,424
  • Fri., 14 August – 45,976
  • Sat., 15 August – 46,321
  • Sun., 16 August – 46,652
  • Mon., 17 August – 46894
  • Tue., August 18 – 47,157
  • Wed., 19 August – 47,521
  • 20 August. – 47,982
  • Fri Aug 21 – 48,445
  • sat. August 22 – 48,814
  • Sun., 23 August – 49,115
  • Monday. August 24 – 49,364
  • Tue Aug 25 – 49,767
  • Wed., 26 August – 50,174
  • Thursday., 27 August – 50,557
  • Fri., 28 August – 50,948
  • Sat., 29 August – 51,406
  • Sun., 30 August – 51,854
  • Mon., 31 August – 52,107
  • Ex., 1 September – 52,403
  • Wed., September 2 – 52,822
  • Thursday., September 3 – 53,326
  • Fri., September 4 – 53,839
  • sat. 5 September – 54,272
  • Sun. September 6 – 54,660
  • Monday. September 7 – 55,033
  • TU., 8 September – 55,359
  • Wed., 9 September – 55,673
  • Thur., 10 September – 56,019
  • Fri., September 11 – 56,675
  • Sat., 12 September – 57,247
  • Sun., 13 September – 57,875
  • Mon., 14 September – 58,438
  • X., 15 September – 59,000
  • Wed., 16 September – 59,747
  • Thursday., September 17 – 60,658
  • Fri., 18 September – 61,775
  • SAT, September 19 – 62,852
  • Sun., 20 September – 63,772
  • Mon., Sept. 21, – 64,394
  • Tue., 22 September – 65,044
  • Wed., 23 September – 65,921
  • Thur., 24 September – 67,119
  • Fri., 25 September – 68,530
  • Sat., 26 September – 69,547
  • Sun., 27 September – 70,615
  • Mon., 28 September – 71,442
  • Tue., September 29 – 72,136
  • Wed., 30 September – 73,042
  • Thursday., October 1 – 74,050
  • Fri., 2 October – 75,157
  • Sat., 3 October – 76,225
  • Sun, 4 October – 77,618
  • Mon., 5 October – 78,723
  • Tue., 6 October – 79,439
  • Wed., 7 October – 80,446
  • Thursday., October 8 – 81,947
  • Fri., 9 October – 83,290
  • Sat., 10 October – 84,644
  • Sun., 11 October – 85,844
  • Monday. October 12 – 86,832
  • TU, 13 October – 87,819
  • Wed., 14 October – 88,963
  • Thursday., 15 October – 90,461
  • Fri., 16 October – 91,957
  • Sat., 17 October – 93,297
  • Sun., 18 October – 94,394

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