Understand the latest Utah COVID-19 trends with these graphs from The Salt Lake Tribune, based on state data updated each Thursday afternoon.
The following visualizations are based on data released Nov. 25, which showed new case counts and hospitalizations have increased slightly.
Breakdown of updated COVID-19 metrics in Utah, as of Nov. 25:
Vaccine doses administered in the past week/total doses administered • 38,768 / 5,734,909.
Number of Utahns fully vaccinated • 2,070,086 people — or 63.7% of Utah’s total population — have received both doses of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Another 336,893 Utahns have received a bivalent booster dose after completing a primary vaccine series — or 10.4% of the population.
Cases reported in the past week • 4,8254.
Average cases per day reported in the past week • 578
Deaths reported in the past week • 21.
Salt Lake County reported nine deaths — two women ages 25-44; two women and three men 65-84; and two women 85-plus.
There were seven deaths in Utah County — three men and two women 65-84; and two women 85-plus.
In Washington County, a man and a woman 85-plus died.
And three counties each reported a single death — a man 85-plus in Davis County; a woman (age unavailable) in San Juan County; and a man 44-65 in Weber County.
Hospitalizations reported this week • As of Thursday, 125 Utahns were hospitalized with COVID-19 — two fewer than the previous week. There were 14 patients in intensive care Thursday, four fewer than reported last Thursday.
The seven-day average for people hospitalized with COVID-19 increased from 122 to 128.
Percentage of positive tests • Counting all test results, including repeated tests of the same individual, 16.92% of the tests conducted came back positive, compared with 16.7% at this point last week.
When repeated tests on the same individual are not counted, 20.13% of the tests administered yielded positive results, up from 19.89% the previous week.
Totals to date • 1,058,874 cases; 5,110 deaths; 39,813 hospitalizations.
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