SALT LAKE CITY — November was the cruelest month of the COVID-19 pandemic in Utah, with deaths spreading to parts of the state that were largely untouched through the Spring and Summer.
Statewide, known active cases decreased in the last week of November, though Thanksgiving weekend meant the closure of most testing locations and curtailed hours at those that remained open.
The two-week rate of know positives for COVID-19 through Nov. 30 was one-in-75 Utahns, compared with one-in-72 the previous week.
Wasatch County has the highest rate of positive cases: 1 in 58. Here’s the whole chart: