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Utah saw no new deaths related to COVID-19 reported Sunday by the Utah Department of Health, though there were more than 17,000 new vaccinations administered, and about 8,000 more people fully vaccinated. Hospitalizations are down slightly, though the number of people in intensive care units as a result of COVID-19 went slightly up.
Vaccinations reported in past day/total vaccinations • 17,268 / 1,897,531.
Utahns fully vaccinated • 791,340.
Cases reported in past day • 248.
Deaths reported in past day • Zero.
Tests reported in past day • A total of 4,112 people were tested.
Hospitalizations reported in past day • 133. That’s down seven from Saturday. Of those currently hospitalized, 55 are in ICUs — two more than Saturday.
Percentage of positive tests • The state’s new method counts all test results, including repeated tests of the same individual. Sunday’s rate was 3.3%, lower than the seven-day average of 3.6%.
Totals to date • 392,757 cases; 2,164 deaths; 15,910 hospitalizations; 4,475,591 tests.