Delaware continues to see slow decline in new Covid cases

According to the Thursday report from the Delaware Division of Public Health, According to the Thursday report from the Delaware Division of Public Health, Delaware continues to see a slow decline in new Covid-19 cases.
No new deaths were reported as the fatality toll from virus complications remained at 2,125.
In an encouraging development, the number of people in  critical condition fell below 20, with hospitalizations slightly below 250.
Below, courtesy of Statistica, are rates of cases per 100,000 population.
Delaware ranks in the middle of the pack among the 50 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia in its new case rate. The Covid new case rate is higher than in neighboring Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

Statistic: Rate of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the United States as of November 11, 2021, by state (per 100,000 people) | Statista
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The other numbers from the Division of Public Health
• 326 new positive cases, bringing the overall total to 146,800. The seven-day average is 252.6. The highest number of cases are reported toward the end of the week.
• 5.8% of total tests were positive in the seven-day rolling average, up two-tenths of a percent from the previous day.
• 148 current hospitalizations, down seven from the previous day, including 17 individuals in critical condition.
• 10 new hospital admissions, up two  from the previous day.
• 897 people who tested negative, bringing the total to 733,300.
• 589,049  people in Delaware (about 60% of the state’s  2020 Census populaltion) are  fully vaccinated, based on CDC figures.
For more data, including breakdowns by age, sex, race/ethnicity, at the statewide, county, and, in some cases, ZIP code or census tract level, click here.
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