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Utah sets one-day record for new COVID-19 cases and passes 200 in its death toll

Utah sets one-day record for new COVID-19 cases and passes 200 in its death toll

Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for , sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please or become a . Utah reached two unwanted milestones Wednesday in the coronavirus pandemic, setting a one-day record for new cases — at 722 — and crossing the 200 mark in the state’s death toll. And the state’s continuing surge has made it for the most confirmed new cases over the past week, the New York Times reported. It drew on government, hospital and Johns Hopkins University data, adjusted...

July 8, 2020
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‘Black Lives Matter’ and other messages about justice are painted on Park City’s historic Main Street

‘Black Lives Matter’ and other messages about justice are painted on Park City’s historic Main Street

View Caption The words “Black Lives Matter” — along with messages of solidarity, unity and justice — now run the length of Park City’s historic Main Street. Four murals were painted on the pavement of Park City’s popular commercial district over the Fourth of July weekend, a collaborative project spearheaded by the city government and the . “They wanted to show their support for the issues going around in the country,” said , a Pacific Islander artist who painted the “Solidarity” mural by Main Street’s 400 block. “I’ve seen these types of issues happen my whole life,” said Louis, whose...

July 7, 2020
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Utah stays at yellow, Herbert says, after setting another one-day record in new COVID-19 cases

Utah stays at yellow, Herbert says, after setting another one-day record in new COVID-19 cases

Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for , sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please or become a . For the second Friday in a row, Utah set a one-day record for new cases of COVID-19, with a Cache County meatpacking plant accounting for what state epidemiologist Dr. Angela Dunn calls “an ongoing outbreak.” The continuing spike in cases — the state now has gone over 200 a day for nine straight days — comes as Gov. Gary Herbert extended his order to keep most of Utah at its...

June 5, 2020
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The Gunnison Valley Gazette prints its final issue after 15 years

The Gunnison Valley Gazette prints its final issue after 15 years

After 15 years and more than 750 weekly editions covering a small town’s news and daily life, the Gunnison Valley Gazette printed its final edition Tuesday — felled by newspaper economics and the coronavirus. “With printing costs climbing substantially last summer, it became increasingly difficult to make things work,” Mark Henline, who owned the paper with his wife, Jodi, wrote in the final issue. “Then when the coronavirus hit, it was the final straw and we decided to sell the newspaper.” [Read more: ] The paper — based in Gunnison, in Sanpete County, in southwest Utah — has been sold to...

April 15, 2020
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Hollywood trade paper asks if Sundance festival was an early COVID-19 hotspot

Hollywood trade paper asks if Sundance festival was an early COVID-19 hotspot

Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for , sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please or become a . What if the “festival flu” at this year’s Sundance Film Festival — that annual mix of altitude sickness, cold weather, sleep deprivation and endless cocktail parties that leaves movie lovers feeling sick when they get home from Park City — was something else? What if it was COVID-19? That’s the alarming question raised by the movie trade publication The Hollywood Reporter on...

May 6, 2020
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Utah is seeing a statewide ‘sharp spike’ in COVID-19 cases, state’s epidemiologist says

Utah is seeing a statewide ‘sharp spike’ in COVID-19 cases, state’s epidemiologist says

Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for , sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please or become a . Dr. Angela Dunn, the state’s epidemiologist known for measuring her words carefully, was blunt Wednesday: “We have increased spread of COVID-19 in Utah.” The continuing “sharp spike” — as the state reported another 295 confirmed coronavirus cases — is “not explained easily by a single outbreak or increase in testing,” Dunn said at the state’s weekly media briefing. “This is a...

June 3, 2020
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