The Utah Department of Health had reported 32 more COVID-19 deaths on Monday, bringing the state’s death toll since the pandemic had begun to 3,595.
Twenty-one of the deaths had been occurred on Friday, Saturday and Sunday; 11 had been occurred before November 1 and were only recently confirmed to have been caused by COVID-19 after the further testing.
Sixteen of those who had been died were under the age of 65 years. Of those, three people were between the ages of 25-44 years and 13 were between the ages of 45-64 years.
The Health Department had reported 3,457 new coronavirus cases which is in the past three days: 912 on Friday, 1,166 on Saturday and 1,452 on Sunday for an average of just over around 1,152 per day.
The rolling seven-day average of new positive cases stands around 1,550.
The number of children which are getting vaccinated had been continues to climb around 74,363 children who are at the ages 5-11 have gotten at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine since they had became eligible; that is 20.4% of kids that age in the Utah, according to the Health Department.
Intensive care units in the state had remained near capacity. UDOH reported on Monday that 95.4% of all the ICU beds in Utah and around 97.5% of ICU beds in the larger medical centers in the states which are occupied.
(Hospitals consider any figure over 85% to be an functionally full). Of all ICU patients, 42% have been being treated for COVID-19.
Vaccine doses had administered in the past three days/total doses which is administered 41,000 / 4,237,422.
Number of Utahns had fully vaccinated is 1,834,977 which is around 56.1% of Utah’s total population. That is an increase of 17,425 over the past three days.
Cases have been reported in the past three days which is around 3,457.