New Covid 19 hospitalizations rose to 100 after falling into the low 20s earlier this year, the Delaware Division of Public Health reported.
New cases and hospitalization remain well below the peak in January of this year when hospitalizations rose to more than 700 and new cases briefly hit the 3,000 mark
The other numbers:
– 471 new positive cases, bringing the overall total to 263,963.
-No new deaths were reported, keeping Delaware’s total number of COVID-related deaths at 2,919
– 10.4% of total tests were positive in the 7-day rolling average, up six-tenths of a percent from the previous report.
– 100 current hospitalizations (up 10 from the previous report, including four individuals in critical condition.
– Six new hospital admissions (down 10 from the previous report).
– 2,413 tests were performed daily in the seven-day average, down 26 from the previous report.
– 673,583 people fully vaccinated (today’s total has not been updated yet on the CDC Vaccine Tracker).
– 1,818,080 total vaccine doses administered (today’s total has not been updated yet on the CDC Vaccine Tracker).
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