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Utah reports six new COVID-19-related deaths with 339 new cases Wednesday.

Four of the deaths were people in long-term car facilities, one person was hospitalized at  the time of death while the other person was not hospitalized at the time of death.

The Utah Department of Health reported the following statistics Wedneday:

Positives:

We will report 39,194 positive cases today. This is an increase of 339 cases from yesterday.

Lab Tests:

We will report 518,191 people tested. This is an increase of 3,682 people tested from yesterday.

Trends:

The rolling 7-day average for positive tests is 511 per day. The rolling 7-day average for percent of positive laboratory tests is 9.6%.

Hospitalizations:

There are 208 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19. Total hospitalizations from the beginning of the outbreak are 2,324.

Deaths:

292 total deaths, which is six more more than yesterday:

Male, older than 85, Salt Lake County resident, long-term care facility residentFemale, between 65-84, Salt Lake County resident, long-term care facility residentMale, between 65-84, Salt Lake County resident, not hospitalizedFemale, between 65-84, Salt Lake County resident, long-term care facility residentMale, between 45-64, Utah County resident, long-term care facility residentMale, between 65-84, Weber County resident, hospitalized at time of death

Recovered:

26,643 of our cases are considered “recovered”. A case with a diagnosis date of more than three weeks ago, who has not passed away, is considered recovered.

On Tuesday, the world recorded 5,580 new deaths from COVID-19. Of those, 1,266 were in the United States. Wednesday data is still being gathered from health districts.

TUESDAY COVID-19 DEATHS BY NATION

USA – 1,266Brazil – 955India – 776Mexico – 342Colombia – 297Iran – 235Peru – 194South Africa – 190Russia – 150Argentina – 120

TUESDAY DEATHS BY US STATE

Florida – 186California – 169Texas – 121Arizona – 104South Carolina – 59Georgia – 54Mississippi – 42Ohio – 37Illinois – 30Louisiana – 26

According to worldometers.info/coronavirus — that takes data in real time directly from health agency reporting and links to it for transparency — the globe counted its 17 millionth case of test-confirmed coronavirus Wednesday. Of those, 10.5 million  have recovered and 666,132 have died, approximately 6% of the closed cases globally. Among the 5.8 million active cases, 66,532 are considered serious or critical.

UTAH CUMULATIVE COVID-19 CASES BY WEEK — WEEKLY INCREASE

Sun., March 15: 28 — 28Sun., March 22: 181 — +153Sun., March 29: 719 — +538Sun., April 5: 1,605 — +886Sun., April 12: 2,303 — +698Sun., April 19: 3,069 — +766Sun., April 26: 3,948 — +879Sun., May 3: 5,175 — +1,227Sun., May 10: 6,251 — +1,076Sun., May 17: 7,238 — +987Sun., May 24: 8,392 — +1,154Sun., May 31: 9,797 — +1,405Sun., June 7: 12,066 — +2, 269Sun., June 14: 14,313 — +2,247Sun., June 21: 17,462 — +3,149Sun., June 28: 21,100 — +3,638Sun., July 5: 24,952 — +3,852Sun., July 12: 29,484 – +4,532Sun., July 19: 34,117 – + 4,633Sun., July 26: 37,973 – + 3,856

UTAH CUMULATIVE COVID-19 CASES BY DAY

Fri., March 13 — 5Sat., March 14 — 12Sun., March 15 — 28Mon., March 16 — 39Tue., March 17 — 51Wed., March 18 — 63Thur., March 19 — 78Fri., March 20 — 112Sat., March 21 — 136Sun., March 22 — 181Mon., March 23 — 257Tue., March 24 — 298Wed., March 25 — 346Thurs., March 26 — 402Fri., March 27 — 480Sat., March 28 — 602Sun., March 29 — 719Mon., March 30 — 806Tue., March 31 — 887Wed., April 1 — 1,012Thurs., April 2 — 1,074Fri., April 3 — 1,246Sat., April 4 — 1,428Sun., April 5 — 1,605Mon., April 6 — 1,675Tue., April 7 — 1,738Wed., April 8 — 1,846Thur., April 9 — 1,976Fri., April 10 — 2,102Sat., April 11 — 2,206Sun., April 12 — 2,303Mon., April 13 — 2,363Tues., April 14 — 2,412Wed., April 15 — 2,542Thur., April 16 — 2,683Fri., April 17 — 2,805Sat., April 18 — 2,931Sun., April 19 — 3,069Mon., April 20 — 3,213Tues., April 21 — 3,296Wed., April 22 — 3,445Thur., April 23 — 3,612Fri., April 24 — 3,782Sat., April 25 — 3,948Sun., April 26 — 4,123Mon., April 27 — 4,233Tue., April 28 — 4,343Wed., April 29 — 4,495Thurs., April 30 — 4,672Fri., May 1 — 4,828Sat., May 2 — 4,981Sun., May 3 — 5,175Mon., May 4 — 5,317Tue., May 5 — 5,449Wed., May 6 — 5,595Thur., May 7 — 5,724Fri., May 8 – 5,919Sat., May 9 – 6,103Sun., May 10 – 6,251Mon., May 11 — 6,362Tue., May 12 — 6,432Wed., May 13 — 6,620Thur., May 14 — 6.749Fri., May 15 — 6,913Sat., May 16 – 7,068Sun., May 17 – 7,238Mon., May 18 — 7,384Tue., May 19 — 7,518Wed. May 20 — 7,710Thur., May 21 — 7,874Fri., May 22 —8,057Sat. May 23 — 8,260Sun. May 24— 8,392Mon. May, 25 —8,521Tue. May, 26 —8,6,20Wed., May 27 — 8,706Thurs., May 28 — 8,921Fri., May 29 — 9,264Sat., May 30 — 9,533Sun., May 31 — 9,797Mon., June 1 — 9,999Tue., June 2 — 10,202Wed., June 3 — 10,497Thurs., June 4 — 10,813Fri., June 5 — 11,252Sat., June 6 — 11,798Sun., June 7 — 12,066Mon. June 8 — 12,322Tue., June 9 — 12,559Wed., June 10 — 12,864Thurs., June 11 — 13,252Fri., June 12 — 13,577Sat., June 13 — 13,981Sun., June 14 — 14,313Mon., June 15 —14,608Tue., June 16 — 14,937Wed., June 17 — 15,344Thur., June 18 — 15,839Fri., June 19 — 16,425Sat., June 20 — 17,068Sun., June 21 — 17,462Mon., June 22 — 17,906Tue., June 23 — 18,300Wed., June 24 —18,784Thur., June 25 — 19,374Fri., June 26 — 20,050Sat., June 27 — 20,628Sun., June 28 — 21,100Mon., June 29 — 21,664Tues., June 30 — 22,217Wed., July 1 — 22,716Thur. July 2 — 23,270Fri. July 3 — 23,866Sat. July 4 — 24,524Sun., July 5 — 24,952Mon., July 6 — 25,471Tues., July 7 — 26,033Wed., July 8 — 26,755Thurs., July 9 — 27, 356Fri., July 10 — 28,223Sat., July 11 – 28,855Sun., July 12 – 29,484Mon., July 13 — 30,030Tue.,, July 14 — 30,478Wed., July 15 — 30,891Thur., July 16 — 31,845* Past results from several weeks, not previously counted, were included in these totals.Fri., July 17 —32,572Sat. July 18 — 33,332Sun., July 19 – 34,117Mon, July 20 – 34,526Tue., July 21 — 35,012Wed., July 22 — 35,578Thur., July 23 — 36,099Fri., July 24 — 36,962Sat. July 25 – 37,623Sun. July 26 – 37,973Mon., July 27 — 38,409Tue., July 28 — 38,855

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