6 New COVID-19 Deaths And 132 New Cases
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – There have been six new COVID-19 deaths in the state, bringing the total number to 56, according to the latest numbers from the Utah Department of Health.
It’s the largest single-day increase in virus-related deaths since the state announced the first fatality on March 22.
There are also 132 new confirmed cases, bringing the state’s total to 5,449.
Of the confirmed cases, 456 required hospitalizations. So far, 126,715 Utahns have been tested.
Salt Lake County leads the state in case counts (2,832), hospitalizations (261) and deaths (35). The Southeast Utah Health Department is reporting the lowest number of cases in the state (12) and no hospitalizations or deaths.
The state estimates 2,387 have recovered.
State officials have reduced the number of COVID-19 press conferences to Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Total number of lab-confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Utah
|Salt Lake County||2832||261||35|
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