Utah has received more than 1 million vaccine doses
Utah – Utah had received more than 1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine as of Saturday morning, Gov. Spencer Cox announced.
“This morning Utah officially crossed the 1 million mark for vaccine doses delivered!” Cox wrote in a tweet. “This is an incredible milestone and speaks to the dedication of our public health teams and private partners.”
Vaccinations administered in past day/total vaccinations • 25,687 / 993,168.
Utahns fully vaccinated • 358,195.
Cases reported in past day • 491.
Deaths reported in past day • 4.
A Davis County woman, age 65 to 84.
A Washington County woman, age 65 to 84.
A Davis County man, age 65 to 84.
A man, age 45 to 64; county of residents not known.
Hospitalizations reported in past day • 144 currently hospitalized. That’s down 40 from Friday. Of those currently hospitalized, 59 are in intensive care units — 8 fewer than on Friday.
Tests reported in past day • 6,451 people were tested for the first time. A total of 15,401 tests were completed since yesterday.
Percentage of positive tests • Under the state’s original method, the rate is 7.6%. That’s lower than the seven-day average of 8.5%.
Its new method counts all test results, including repeated tests of the same individual. Saturday’s rate is now at 3.2%, lower than the seven-day average of 4.09%.