Utah Announces Partnership With Local Health Care Providers To Expand Vaccine Locations
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah Department of Health announced partnerships with local health care providers to expand the state’s COVID-19 vaccine locations.
The state is partnering with Intermountain Healthcare, Nomi Health and University of Utah Health to administer vaccines in new locations throughout Utah.
Health officials made the announcement Monday.
UDOH said Utah is preparing to receive around 122,000 doses this week of Pfizer, Moderna and the newly-approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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