SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Health's latest COVID-19 counts show there are 1,675 lab-confirmed cases in Utah.
That's an increase of 70 cases in Utah since Sunday's case counts were released.
So far, the Health Department has received confirmed test results for 33,394 people.
138 of the 1,675 people who tested positive for COVID-19 in Utah have required hospitalization - a hospitalization rate of about 8.2 percent.
13 people have died of COVID-19 in Utah - an increase of five deaths since Sunday's counts were released.
COVID-19 Age Demographics for Utah:
|Less than 1 year old||—||8 Cases|
|1-14 Years Old||—||32 Cases|
|15-24 Years Old||—||258 Cases|
|25-44 Years Old||—||675 Cases|
|45-64 Years Old||—||514 Cases|
|65-84 Years Old||—||183 Cases|
|85+ Years Old||—||5 Cases|
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