Utah has 371 new COVID-19 cases, and four more deaths

The state’s death toll is now 2,118.

(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Max Jones, 20, receives his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from the Utah County Health Department in Spanish Fork, Mar. 25, 2021.

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Another 371 Utahns were diagnosed with COVID-19, the state health department reported Tuesday — but more than 24,000 received a dose of vaccine for the disease.

The Utah Department of Health also reported another four Utahns have died from COVID-19, bringing the state’s death toll to 2,118.

Vaccine doses administered in past day/total doses administered • 24,329 / 1,331,862.

Utahns fully vaccinated • 487,418.

Cases reported in past day • 371.

Deaths reported in past day • Four.

The four were identified as: an Iron County woman, between the ages of 45 and 64; a Salt Lake County woman, 25 to 44; a Uintah County man, older than 85; and a Utah County man, 65 to 84.

Hospitalizations reported in past day • 134. That’s down four from Monday. Of those currently hospitalized, 57 are in intensive care units — the same as on Monday.

Tests reported in past day • 5,113 people were tested for the first time. A total of 14,696 people were tested.

Percentage of positive tests • Under the state’s original method, the rate is 7.3%. That’s higher than the seven-day average of 6.7%.

The state’s new method counts all test results, including repeated tests of the same individual. Tuesday’s rate was 2.5%, lower than the seven-day average of 3.4%.

[Read more: Utah is changing how it measures the rate of positive COVID-19 tests. Here’s what that means.]

Totals to date • 385,127 cases; 2,118 deaths; 15,503 hospitalizations; 2,380,237 people tested.