In times like these, Utahns work together to help each other. Local businesses need that help now more than ever, and we can help. We can order food to go, purchase gift cards or other items off their websites. We’ve seen these businesses take extraordinary measures to keep Utahns safe. Now, let’s do what we can to help them through this difficult time.
While Utah ramps up efforts to vaccinate every adult in the state, advocates are increasingly concerned that the websites used for scheduling a shot are less accessible to people who are sight-impaired.
Nationwide, optimism has grown that the COVID-19 vaccination campaign could get American life back to normal sooner than previously thought and in Utah, leaders said that dropping the mask mandate could happen by early July.
We all know COVID-19 hammered small businesses and many cities tried different ways to keep their local shops afloat but Spanish Fork came up with one of the successful plans, and owners are very thankful.
There’s cautious optimism about a continued decline in COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations in Utah. COVID-19 variants could still pose a serious threat but, infectious disease doctors like what they see right now.
A charity in Logan says impacts from the pandemic are forcing them to move out of their building, with no current plans for a new home. But since the story aired on KSL-TV, Jump the Moon has been getting numerous offers of help, and they may soon have a solution.
Nearly a year into the pandemic and it appears the number of people needing help from the Utah Strong Recovery Project, a program that offers free counseling for pandemic-related concerns, is going up.