SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Department of Health COVID-19 report shows 362 new confirmed cases and four new deaths.
Utah now has 44,752 COVID-19 positive cases and 578,549 people have been tested for the disease.
The state average of seven days for positive testing is 399 per day.
Since the onset of the pandemic, 2,677 people in Utah have sought hospitalization for COVID-19. Of these, 189 people remain hospitalized.
349 people in Utah have now died from COVID-19. The four new deaths announced Tuesday were all residents of Salt Lake County:
- Male ̵1; between 45-64 years old, hospitalized at the time of death
- Female, older than 85 years, resident of long-term care institution
- Female, between 65-84 years old, resident of long-term care institution
- Male, between 65-84 years old, resident of long-term care institution
34,764 Utah cases – nearly 78 percent – are considered “recovered.” A case with a diagnosis date of more than three weeks ago, which has not passed away, is considered recovered.