Utah COVID-19 case charges drop to lowest ranges since April

ByLouise McGinnis

Oct 7, 2022
A patient takes a saliva test for COVID-19 in this Spectrum file photo. Intermountain Healthcare's community COVID-19 testing sites have seen thousands of Utahns test themselves for the coronavirus over the past three years.

Utah’s fee of recent confirmed circumstances of COVID-19 dropped to its lowest degree since April over the previous week, with 1,881 new circumstances counted within the seven-day interval that ended Sunday.

Utah ranked forty fourth amongst states the place coronavirus was spreading the quickest on a per-person foundation, in keeping with a USA TODAY Community evaluation of Johns Hopkins College knowledge.

The downward development matched the outcomes discovered nationwide, with the U.S. reporting a 19.4% lower in new circumstances throughout that very same seven-day interval. Utah, which accounts for 0.96% of the U.S. inhabitants, had 0.58% of the nation’s new circumstances.