This week Intermountain is beginning mobile COVID-19 testing in Summit County. This helps increase access for underserved populations and while maintaining the stay home, stay safe percentage. The mobile unit will also be used
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(4/7/20) – Summit County Aligns Expiration Dates of Existing Health Orders, Extends Declaration of Public Health Emergency Orderwebman2020-04-07T11:02:08-06:00
Summit County, Utah (April 7, 2020) — Last night in public meeting, the Summit County Board of Health supported aligning the expiration date of all three existing Health Orders related to COVID-19 with the expiration
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Summit County Issues Stay At Home Order to Residents Summit County, Utah (March 25, 2020) — The Summit County Council, County Manager, and Health Director, in collaboration with the Summit County Board of
Summit County, Utah (March 24, 2020) — To underline the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic to all county residents, the Summit County Health Department confirms multiple positive cases of the virus in both the North and
(3/23/20) Summit County Health Director Issues Public Health Orders on Gatherings and Additional Business Industrieswebman2020-03-23T15:01:28-06:00
Direction given to construction sites, salons, daycares, physical therapy clinics and more Summit County, Utah (March 23, 2020) — Summit County Health Director, Dr. Rich Bullough, and Summit County Attorney, Margaret Olson, issued further Public Health
Summit County, Utah (March 13, 2020) – The Summit County Health Department (SCHD) today announced the county’s third and fourth COVID-19 cases. Both patients are adult males younger than 60 and are out-of-state visitors. The
Summit County, Utah (February 28, 2020) There have been many rumors and speculations about Coronavirus circulating on global, national and local levels over the past few weeks. Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is a new and emerging
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates Summit County COVID-19 Text Updates: Text \"COVID19SC\" to 888777 Summit County Community Concerns Line: 435-333-0050 (Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm) A notification
After vaping for eight months, twenty-year-old Katie Bertram became heavily addicted. Soon, she began to experience chest pains and difficulty breathing. Katie joins us on the Healthcast to discuss her vaping journey: the reason she