Correction: Earlier versions of this story gave an incorrect date.
Delaware continues to see a decrease in coronavirus-related hospitalizations, health officials said Thursday.
As of May 28, health officials had confirmed 9,171 coronavirus cases, an increase of 75 from the previous day. Another Delawarean has died from the virus, increasing the death toll to 345 people.
‘THEY’RE JUST NOT COMING’ Fewer patients seeking hospital care
The victim was an 86-year-old woman who lived in a long-term care facility in Sussex County. About 65% of the coronavirus-related deaths in Delaware have been associated with long-term care facilities.
Officials said 192 people are hospitalized due to the coronavirus, which is the lowest this number has been since mid-April. Of these people, 35 are critically ill.
A total of 5,010 Delawareans are confirmed to have recovered from the virus, health officials said.
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