Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Salt Lake City: 1. 729 N Redwood Rd 801-532-3795; 2. 1269 E 2100 S (801) 486-0695; 3. 1110 S 300 W (801) 401-9563; 4. 2029 E 7000 S (801) 943-0951; 5. 1360 Foothill Dr (801) 581-1700; 6. 1638 S
Children as young as 5 years old may be able to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Halloween, now that Pfizer and BioTech are reporting lower doses of their vaccine proved safe while producing a “robust” antibody response in that age group. The findings announced by the companies earlier this week...
The Utah National Guard announced Wednesday that members will be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccination and submit their vaccine card to officials.
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — If people were asked what would they do if they lost their COVID-19 vaccination card, the answers would probably vary. Bobby Brennan seemed to not be phased about it when he was asked if he knew where his vaccination card was located. “It just sits...
Some of Utah's largest faith groups are refusing to grant COVID-19 vaccine exemptions.
(Salt Lake City, UT) — Utah doctors are excited about the recent report from Pfizer that their COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for kids ages five to eleven. Doctors with University of Utah Health say the current surge is in large part being driven by the return to in-person learning in schools. Pfizer is planing to seek emergency use authorization from the FDA so kids can get the shot. Health experts believe if the process moves forward, shots could start going into the arms of young kids at the end of next month or early November. Doctors with University of Utah Health hope this will allow the state to finally beat the delta surge and keep cases low.
SALT LAKE CITY — Pfizer announced Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for children ages 5 to 11, adding that they will soon seek emergency use authorization for this age group. A top Utah pediatrician said vaccinating younger children is critical to ending the pandemic. “I think...
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — The demand for fake COVID-19 vaccine cards is skyrocketing in the wake of the new federal mandate to vaccinate or test weekly. That's according to a cyber security company who has been studying the trends online since January. President Biden said "we're going to protect...
Hollie Maloney, a pharmacy technician, loads a syringe with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine at the Portland Expo in Portland, Maine, on March 2. Utahn Lauren Holbrook is one of the two million people who were given a third shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. (Robert F. Bukaty, Associated Press) SALT LAKE CITY — Lauren Holbrook is among the two million people who were given a third shot of the COVID-19 vaccine after theUnited States authorized them in August for people with compromised immune systems.
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In this March 2021 photo provided by Pfizer, vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine are prepared for packaging at the company’s facility in Puurs, Belgium. Many Utahns who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine say potential side effects have caused them to hesitate. (Pfizer via AP) SALT LAKE CITY — If you are among the millions of Americans who have received aCOVID-19 vaccine, you may have experienced some minor side effects: headache, chills, fever and body aches. Those reactions have been common and well-documented. But worries about more serious side effects are keeping many from getting the vaccine.
Like many, Shelly Wenzbauer became frustrated throughout the pandemic as schools and businesses shut down. But when her husband was diagnosed with leukemia last December, "that changed our world," said Wenzbauer, a high school biology teacher. Her voice broke Tuesday as she described the struggles her family has faced since...
Dr. Angela Dunn, executive director at Salt Lake County Health Department, discusses a new COVID-19 vaccine campaign to encourage unvaccinated residents to get the shot in Salt Lake City on Tuesday. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY — Like many, Shelly Wenzbauer became frustrated throughout the pandemic as schools and businesses shut down.
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Interesting idea: trying to make employers liable for side effects of taking the Covid vaccine. So doesn’t it follow that employers should also be liable if their employees get Covid at work? Require people to get vaccines and pay for the consequences. Fail to require vaccines and pay for the consequences, which in fact are far more likely to happen and to be more severe. Maybe this is a road employers won’t want to go down.
SALT LAKE CITY – President Biden has unveiled a new six-point plan that he believes will boost COVID-19 vaccinations all over the country. Some business analysts say the country will likely see a tremendous amount of backlash from employers, and some Utah lawmakers are already lashing out against it. When...
Many businesses are now requiring their employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as well as their customers. However, one Utah lawmaker says those businesses should be held responsible for any negative side effects.
LOGAN — In August, the immunocompromised became eligible to receive a third dose of the BioNTech-Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Now the question is: Are Utahn’s getting the third dose? In three northern Utah counties the progress is slow, but steady. “Vaccines save lives. They really do,” Bear River Health Department Spokesperson...