Utah COVID Daily Number on January 30


Approximately 19,000 more vaccine doses are injected, bringing the total number of states to over 300,000.

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Julian Shepherd filled the syringe for residents of Utah County to receive their COVID-19 vaccination at a former Shopko store in Spanish Fork, Wednesday, January 27, 2021.

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The Utah Department of Health reported giving approximately 19,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine the previous day — the highest daily injections since vaccination last month.

The reception took place on Saturday with 242,784 people in the state receiving both the first dose and 57,732.

The state has already exceeded 16,000 doses administered in a single day. But this is the first time it has gone above 18,000.

The day also brought other good trends. The overall hospital declined, as did the number of patients in intensive care units. New cases of the virus increased only marginally, while the seven-day average also decreased.

Vaccines reported in the past day / total vaccination • 18,719 / 300,516.

Cases filed in previous days • Is 1,468.

Deaths in the past •

Five deaths occurred in Salt Lake County. He was a man and woman, both aged 45 to 64; A woman 65–84; And both a man and a woman are over 85 years of age.

Additionally, each died in Cache County – one person 65-84; Davis County – A man 65-84; And Weber County – a female 85-plus.

Notice of hospitalization in the past 430. It is 16 below Friday. Of those currently hospitalized, 139 are in intensive care units – nine fewer than on Friday.

In the report of the past day • Is 8,768.

Percentage of positive tests • 16.74%. This is slightly lower than the seven-day average of 18%.

To date 345,430 cases; 1,663 deaths; 13,427 hospitals; 2,018,175 trials.

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