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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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Record editorial: Want to play in Park City this winter? Get vaccinated.

Sundance Film Festival organizers said in August that movie lovers will have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to take part in the in-person festivities planned in Park City in January. Vail Resorts has made a similar decision, announcing Monday that guests older than 12 will have to show proof of vaccination to eat at on-mountain cafeteria-style restaurants at Park City Mountain Resort and the company’s other properties.
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KSLTV

Pfizer: COVID-19 vaccine safe for children ages 5 to 11

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...
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ABC 4

Utah doctors react to Pfizer vaccine working for 5 to 11 year-olds

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Pfizer announced Monday its COVID-19 vaccine works for children ages 5 to 11-years-old, and doctors say this could help reduce the number of cases spreading among school aged children. Currently Pfizer is approved for 16 and older and has the emergency use authorization for 12...
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Utah's Most Accurate Forecast with Meteorologist Cesar Cornejo

Utah's Most Accurate Forecast with Meteorologist Cesar Cornejo. Utah's Most Accurate Forecast with Meteorologist Cesar Cornejo. Kids Under Construction: Teaching Children Self Acceptance. parents react to pfizer vaccine announcement. 1ST FORECAST 4 PM. Children struck by Jeep in Salt Lake City. Aggies improve to 3-0 after win over Air Force.
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Utah transplant recipient given third shot of COVID-19 vaccine

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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Aggies improve to 3-0 after win over Air Force

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Just because you're vaccinated doesn't mean you can't get COVID-19

Bountiful resident Blaine Gardner, who is immunocompromised, gets a third COVID-19 vaccination at the South Davis Senior Activity Center in Bountiful on Aug. 25. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY — Yes, COVID-19 vaccines still significantly decrease your risk of hospitalization or death from the virus even with the highly contagious delta variant continuing to surge through Utah and the rest of the country.
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Gov. Spencer Cox says decision to require vaccinations or testing should be left up to businesses

Gov. Spencer Cox speaks during his monthly news conference in Salt Lake City on March 18. Cox called a letter from the U.S. Department of Education warning that Utah could face legal action for outlawing school mask mandates meant to protect students against COVID-19 "extremely unhelpful." (Spenser Heaps, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Spencer Cox says he wants businesses in Utah to be able to choose whether or not they requireCOVID-19 vaccines or testing for their employees.
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Opinion: Here’s how vaccines will become a political issue in 2022

The heat of summer is mostly over. But COVID-19, masks and vaccinations are producing plenty of sizzle both in Washington, D.C., and in Utah. We explore the ramifications. President Joe Biden has ordered OSHA to develop an emergency rule mandating full vaccinations or weekly negative tests of employees in businesses with 100 or more workers. Some local governments and private organizations are also requiring vaccinations. Also, the Utah Legislature may consider legislation making employers liable for adverse reactions if they require employee vaccinations. Will this become an election issue in 2022?
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Salt Lake Tribune

Protesters in Salt Lake City decry vaccine and mask mandates

About 100 protesters waving American flags and holding signs decrying mask and vaccine mandates gathered along the curb of 700 East in Liberty Park Saturday, making Salt Lake City one of dozens of cities around the world protesting public health-related restrictions. The international group World Wide Demonstration promoted such events...
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Salt Lake Tribune

Letter: Trying to make employers liable for vaccine side effects is a slippery slope

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.
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