Coronavirus tracker: 12th Summit County resident dies of COVID-19
UPDATED April 22
Sources: Utah Department of Health, Summit County Health Department and Park City School District
Summit County numbers
Total known cases: 5,466
Total hospitalizations: 162
Deaths: 12, up from 11
The COVID-19 fatality reported Thursday involved a woman between the ages of 45 and 64, according to the Utah Department of Health. She was hospitalized at the time of her death. No other details were provided.
County residents who’ve received at least one dose: 26,138
County residents fully vaccinated: 17,247
Utahns who’ve received at least one dose: 1,231,125
Utahns fully vaccinated: 840,382
Cases in Park City School District
Total known active cases in schools (as of April 21): 0
Park City High School: 0
Treasure Mountain Junior High: 0
Ecker Hill Middle School: 0
Parley’s Park Elementary School: 0
Jeremy Ranch Elementary School: 0
McPolin Elementary School: 0
Trailside Elementary School: 0
Click here for full Park City School District data.
Total known cases: 394,334
Total hospitalizations: 16,004
Estimated recovered patients: 382,621
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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Nearly 80% of Summit County residents have received a vaccine. Reaching the other 20% is the next challenge for health officials.
Summit County is planning to shut down its drive-thru mass vaccine clinic in May as the vaccination campaign is months ahead of schedule.