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Coronavirus tracker: 38 new confirmed cases in Summit County reported Friday

Courtesy of the CDC

UPDATED Nov. 25
Sources: Utah Department of Health, Summit County Health Department and Park City School District

Note: The numbers reported Friday include numbers from Thursday, as well, due to the holiday.

Summit County numbers

Total known cases: 2,183, up from 2,145
Total hospitalizations: 85, up from 85
Deaths: 5, up from 4

Cases in Park City School District

Total known active cases in schools (as of Nov. 26): 16
Park City High School: 6
Treasure Mountain Junior High: 2
Ecker Hill Middle School: 4
Parley’s Park Elementary School: 1
Trailside Elementary School: 1
McPolin Elementary School: 2

Click here for full Park City School District data.

Statewide numbers

Total known cases: 190,044, up from 183,902
Total hospitalizations: 7,948, up from 7,785
Deaths: 849, up from 834
Estimated recovered patients: 126,690

More information about COVID-19

• Park Record coronavirus coverage: https://www.parkrecord.com/coronavirus/
• Summit County Health Department coronavirus website: https://summitcountyhealth.org/coronavirus
• Summit County community concerns line: 435-333-0050
• Utah coronavirus website: https://coronavirus.utah.gov/
• Utah coronavirus hotline: 1-800-456-7707
• Intermountain Healthcare testing resources (Hotline: 844-442-5224): https://intermountainhealthcare.org/covid19-coronavirus/get-testing/


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