The Monday night Covid-19 report from the Delaware Division of Public Health listed 13 new deaths as hospitalizations and new cases declined.
Of those who died, five were from New Castle County and four each from Kent and Sussex counties. The individuals ranged in age from their 60s to their 90s, and four were residents of long-term care facilities. Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths stands at 1,221.
A total of 277 new positive cases were reported on Monday night, bringing the overall total to 81,210.
The percentage of people testing positive was 20.7 percent based on a seven-day rolling average (down seven-tenths of a percent from the previous day), with 6.5 percent of total tests coming up positive in the seven-day rolling average (unchanged from the last day).
Current hospitalizations were 254, up 11 from the previous day, including 27 individuals in critical condition. New hospital admissions were 33, up to eight from the previous day. Hospitalizations were in the neighborhood of 475
A total of 126,615 total vaccine doses have been administered (unchanged from the previous day.
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