Utah surpasses 1 million coronavirus vaccines delivered
SALT LAKE CITY — Governor Spencer Cox announced in a tweet that Utah officially has surpassed the 1 million mark of delivered vaccines.
“This morning Utah officially crossed the 1 million mark for vaccine doses delivered,” Cox said in his tweet.
“This is an incredible milestone and speaks to the dedication of our public health teams and private partners. Thanks to everyone who stepped up in a historic way. We are just getting started.”
This morning Utah officially crossed the 1 million mark for vaccine doses delivered! This is an incredible milestone and speaks to the dedication of our public health teams and private partners. Thanks to everyone who stepped up in a historic way. We are just getting started.
— Spencer Cox (@SpencerJCox) March 13, 2021
Lt. Gov. Diedre Henderson also tweeted about Utah’s accomplishment in surpassing the mark of 1 million vaccines delivered.
As of this morning Utah has officially administered over 1 million vaccines—a total of 1,015,380 shots in arms! This is an incredible milestone that we could not have accomplished without the tireless efforts of thousands of people. Hope is on the horizon! @UtahDepOfHealth
— Deidre Henderson (@DeidreHenderson) March 13, 2021
The Utah Department of Health’s numbers for today, March 13, shows that 993,168 vaccines have been administered. Officials from the Utah Department of Health tols KSL that Sunday’s update will show that today, Saturday, the state surpassed the 1 million mark.
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- Wash hands frequently and thoroughly, with soap and water, for at least 20 seconds.
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- Get a flu shot.
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