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With 383 new coronavirus cases reported on Thursday, Utah’s rate of new diagnoses declined and for more than two weeks has stayed under the governor’s target of fewer than 400 cases per day.

For the past seven days, Utah has averaged 366 new positive test results per day, the Utah Department of Health reported on Thursday. Gov. Gary Herbert had said he wanted the state to get below 400 new cases per day by Sept. 1.

Statewide, Utah’s rate of positive tests

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