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COVID-19 hospitalizations in Utah are the highest they've been since mid-February. “We've been working for a year and a half and have been stressed and sad to see the numbers start to climb again,” said Dr. Ian Mecham, a pulmonary critical care physician at Intermountain Healthcare. Mecham’s recent social media post has gotten a lot of attention after being retweeted by the governor. “We want to be honest with people about what's going on.COVID-19 hospitalizations in Utah are the highest they've been since mid-February. “We've been working for a year and a half and have been stressed and sad to see the numbers start to climb again,” said Dr. Ian Mecham, a pulmonary critical care physician at Intermountain Healthcare. Mecham’s recent social media post has gotten a lot of attention after being retweeted by the governor. “We want to be honest with people about what's going on.

Physician describes what it's like in the ICU as COVID cases, hospitalizations rise again | KUTV

Physician describes what it's like in the ICU as COVID cases, hospitalizations rise again

Utah's latest coronavirus data released from the state Department of Health.Utah's latest coronavirus data released from the state Department of Health.

Utah reports 574 new cases of COVID-19 — the most in more than two months

Utah counted three more women among the dead from COVID-19 Wednesday, two from Salt Lake County, pushing the state's death count higher while vaccines for the disease are widely available. Both Salt Lake County women were in the 65 to 84 age group while the other woman, from Iron County, is in the 45 to 64 age group. The Utah Department of Health reports the deaths, along with other statistics, daily.Utah counted three more women among the dead from COVID-19 Wednesday, two from Salt Lake County, pushing the state's death count higher while vaccines for the disease are widely available. Both Salt Lake County women were in the 65 to 84 age group while the other woman, from Iron County, is in the 45 to 64 age group. The Utah Department of Health reports the deaths, along with other statistics, daily.

June 30 data: 3 more Utah women killed by COVID-19, 574 new cases | KUTV

A sharp rise in COVID-19 cases was reported by the Utah Department of Health Wednesday, with 574 confirmed cases and three additional deaths.A sharp rise in COVID-19 cases was reported by the Utah Department of Health Wednesday, with 574 confirmed cases and three additional deaths.

Utah COVID-19 cases rise sharply; 3 additional deaths