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The Delaware Division of Public Health reported seven new deaths linked to coronavirus. Information is current as of the evening of Jan. 3.
A total of 847 new positive cases were reported, bringing the overall total to move past the 60,000 mark or about six percent of the state’s population.
Current hospitalizations were 432, up from 421 the previous day. This includes 52 individuals in critical condition. Fifty-seven new hospital admissions were reported, up 11 from the previous day.
Delaware’s total number of Covid-19 related deaths at 937, up seven from a day earlier.
Delaware is stepping up testing this week in response to post-holiday demand. Public health officials are hoping they do not see a surge in cases brought on by holiday get-togethers.
Delaware, like most states, has seen an uptick in cases and hospitalizations that accelerated in the past couple of months. So far, the state has adequate hospital capacity, due in part to a downturn in serious flu cases.