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Is Utah flattening its COVID-19 curve?

Asher Williams, 12, of Salt Lake City, gets a COVID-19 vaccination at Rose Park Elementary in Salt Lake City on Wednesday. As Utah sees a slightly lower average case count this week compared to last, one doctor said Friday it could be a sign the state is on a downward trend like some other national hot spots of the disease. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY — As Utah sees a slightly lower average COVID-19 case count this week compared to last, one doctor said Friday it could be a sign the state is on a downward trend like some other national hot spots of the disease.
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Utah tops 500,000 total COVID cases Friday; 9 new deaths

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah topped 500,000 COVID cases since the pandemic began last year, with 1.672 new COVID-19 cases Friday, along with 9 additional deaths. Among the new cases, school-aged children accounted for 358 of them, including 148 cases in children ages 5-10, 96 cases in children ages 11-13, and 114 cases in children ages 14-18.
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19 deaths, nearly 1,600 new COVID-19 cases reported Thursday in Utah

A tent set up by the Utah Department of Health to administer monoclonal antibody treatments to COVID-19 patients is pictured at the Intermountain Healthcare Employee Services Center in Murray on Tuesday. Utah health officials reported 1,598 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday. ( Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY — Utah health officials confirmed 1,598 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 19 deaths on Thursday.
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Utah National Guard to require COVID-19 vaccines for service members

UTAH, Sept. 24, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) — The Utah National Guard has begun mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for servicemembers. “Units will be scheduled to receive vaccines during upcoming drills,” said a statement on Facebook. In addition, weekly COVID vaccine clinics will be held every Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m....
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Vail Resorts says pass sales are up 67% compared to pre-COVID 2019

PARK CITY, Utah — In a financial report released this week, Vail Resorts highlighted significant pass sales growth for the upcoming ski season. “Pass product sales through September 17, 2021 increased approximately 67% in units and approximately 45% in sales dollars as compared to the period through September 20, 2019,” the report said. Compared to […]
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Intermountain COVID-19 update addresses booster shot, new variant

SALT LAKE CITY — Intermountain medical officials warn that Utah could face a long winter as cases of COVID-19 keep rising and as flu season gets ever closer. At its Community COVID Update meeting on Friday, Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Brandon Webb said this year’s flu season remains unpredictable. That’s because mask and social distancing requirements have eased up and Utahns aren’t practicing the same level of hygiene as they were last year.
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Warming hearts: Rose Park event offers COVID-19 testing, vaccinations, free coats and shoes for children

Asher Williams, 12, of Salt Lake City, gets a COVID-19 vaccination at Rose Park Elementary in Salt Lake City on Wednesday. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY — The vibrant coats of children could be seen leaving Rose Park Elementary School, some coats being carried away on bikes or nestled in the backseats of parents' cars, as the sun shone high at a warm 79 degrees Wednesday.
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UDOH opens new COVID-19 monoclonal antibody therapy facility

MURRAY, Utah — The Utah Department of Health opened a new monoclonal antibody therapy facility in hopes of treating the most vulnerable patients who have recently tested positive for the virus to prevent hospitalizations. The facility is located in the parking lot of the Intermountain Employee Services Building at 5245...
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Utah COVID-19: UDOH opens monoclonal antibody treatment in Murray

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4) – Utahns at high risk of getting ‘very sick’ from COVID-19 can now receive monoclonal antibody treatment, courtesy of the state health department. Researchers at Intermountain Healthcare recently found treating high-risk COVID-19 patients with a monoclonal antibody treatment can reduce severe illness and hospitalizations by more than 50%. They also found monoclonal antibody treatment saved many patients from dying due to complications from the virus.
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