COVID-19: Vaccine Watch

Utah needs more school bus drivers...
John Wojcik

New poll shows when majority of Utahns think life will “return to normal”

A new poll finds that over a third of Utahns think it’ll take at least another year until life goes fully "back to normal."
7 months ago
Pfizer Vaccine Adolescents...
Dan Bammes

Pfizer vaccine administered to adolescents by rural health department

Tri-County Health Department in Vernal was already planning a clinic for adolescents and adults with the Pfizer vaccine on Wednesday when the CDC gave a green light to start administering.
7 months ago
Provo School year Plan...
Dan Bammes

Provo City School District announced their plan for upcoming school year

The Provo City School Distric announced their plan for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year Tuesday following the board's meeting. 
7 months ago
Governor Spencer Cox - Utah vaccination rates...
Becky Bruce and Saige Miller

Cox announces end of pandemic unemployment payments

Gov. Spencer Cox announced Wednesday he plans to end a federal $300 weekly stimulus payment currently tied to pandemic unemployment benefits.
7 months ago
masks salt lake...
Saige Miller

Masks still required in Salt Lake City buildings until further notice

Salt Lake City will still require members of the public and city workers to wear masks when visiting a city building or facility.
7 months ago
utah legislature meeting special session schools masks...
Dan Bammes

State workers in Utah expected back in their offices May 31st

Utah state workers will be expected back in their offices on Monday, May 31st unless continued teleworking has been approved.
7 months ago
Mother's Day Utah...
Mary Richards

Mother’s Day returns to assisted living, senior centers in Utah

Mother's Day 2021 looks a lot different than Mother's Day 2020 for Utah residents of long-term care facilities. They're expecting a big weekend.
7 months ago
Utah COVID-19 cases...
Paul Nelson

Utah COVID-19 cases will keep decreasing according to health officials

Health officials say Utah has “passed the plateau” when it comes to new COVID-19 cases as the rolling seven-day average of cases continues to drop.
7 months ago
salt lake bees fans come back to smiths ballpark...
Michele Rowe

Fans allowed in the stands again with first Salt Lake Bees home game

Fans will be allowed to enter the ballpark for a Salt Lake Bees game for the first time in the 2021 season Thursday night.
7 months ago
grand county masks endgame...
Simone Seikaly

In Grand County, masks to remain on government property, city facilities

Grand County will still require masks on government property, in part, because it remains at Utah's High-Risk Status.
7 months ago
Utah con...
Mary Richards and Becky Bruce

Local, state officials react to end of Utah COVID-19 public health orders

The end of public health orders in Utah under the "Endgame Bill" means we're doing better than expected, sooner than expected, Gov. Spencer Cox said.
7 months ago
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Dan Bammes

COVID-19 vaccine demand diminishing as more are vaccinated

COVID-19 vaccine demand is falling off in Utah and that's expected to continue in the coming weeks and months.
7 months ago
A select group of Intermountain caregivers are reflecting on the one-year anniversary of their trip...
John Wojcik

IHC caregivers reflect on one-year anniversary of trip to New York

A select group of Intermountain caregivers are reflecting on the one-year anniversary of their trip to New York.
7 months ago
Utah con...
Marc Giauque

Gov. Cox: It’s time to bring COVID-19 vaccines ‘to the people’

Utah's governor announced efforts Thursday to take the COVID-19 vaccines "to the people," including a mobile vaccination clinic.
7 months ago
walk-in vaccination clinic...
Dan Bammes

No appointment needed: Salt Lake County to offer walk-in vaccination clinic hours

The Salt Lake County Health Department will provide COVID-19 vaccinations to anyone who comes to walk-in Mountain American Expo vaccination clinic.
7 months ago
Salt Lake City summer...
Madeleine Porter

Festivals and events are returning to Salt Lake City this summer

Events in Salt Lake City are finally returning with the hope that the new COVID-19 recommendations will keep people safe while having fun.
7 months ago
masks back on...
Paul Nelson

The latest CDC guidelines on masks won’t change much in Utah

The CDC has updated their guidelines on where the vaccinated can do without their masks however, it won't change much in Utah.
7 months ago
vaccination rates...
Mary Richards

Utah COVID-19 vaccination rates differ county by county

The COVID-19 vaccination rates in Utah look different based on the county. Here's a brief breakdown of vaccination rates by county.
7 months ago
COVID-19 in Utah...
Paul Nelson

Doctors in Utah keep watch for new COVID-19 variants from other parts of the world

Health officials say more than two million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Utah.
8 months ago
cox critical race theory...
Saige Miller

Utah nears 1 million fully vaccinated Utahns, more to be done for ‘vaccine equity’

With nearly 1 million Utahns fully vaccinated, the state is focusing vaccine efforts on Utah's multicultural and rural communities.
8 months ago
dr angela dunn going to salt lake county...
Becky Bruce

Dr. Angela Dunn to leave state health department for Salt Lake County

Dr. Angela Dunn will soon leave the Utah Department of Health to take a new role as executive director of the Salt Lake County Health Department. 
8 months ago
Utah national parks face masks COVID-19...
Simone Seikaly

Face masks required in Utah national parks, but not in all gateway cities

Rules governing face masks in Utah's national parks are set by federal officials and fall within an executive order from President Biden.
8 months ago
The 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross returns to Salt Lake City beginning this Saturday.  Photo co...
Mark Jackson

2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross returns after COVID-19 delay

The 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross returns to Salt Lake City this Saturday after a year of "bubble" competitions amid the pandemic.
8 months ago
blood type COVID intermountain surgeries postponed...
Mary Richards

Intermountain study: Blood type is not risk factor for Covid-19

A new large local study concludes blood type is not a risk factor in Covid-19 cases or severity, according to Intermountain Healthcare researchers.
8 months ago

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