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Dr. Angela Dunn
Utah Public Health Physician
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Dr. Angela Dunn 4h
Hopefully. Still urging the public to be vigilant. We need to socially distance as much as we can, wear masks when we can't, stay home when ill, wash hands/high-touch surfaces. Now is not the time to let up. We have gotten through this so well thus far!
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Dr. Angela Dunn 4h
We are absolutely concerned about the steady increase in % positive and doing a deeper dive into why.....will report what we find.
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Dr. Angela Dunn 23h
Replying to @kl1618
This is a good one: . But remember that masks do not replace social distancing. Masks do not eliminate risk of COVID-19 spread. Stay healthy and happy out there!
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Dr. Angela Dunn 23h
Social distancing is key to reducing the spread of COVID-19. Masks do not eliminate the risk of COVID-19 spread. Masks are not a replacement for social distancing. But as our society and economy open up, people aren't going to be social distancing as much.
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 28
Replying to @jewels_my
Yep. Masks are a good idea in any environment where social distancing is not possible.
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 28
Replying to @jewels_my
Masks can decrease spread when you are in close contact with others for a prolonged period of time. But no harm if folks want to wear them at other times!
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 28
Have been getting Q on effectiveness of face coverings. They don’t eliminate risk of spread, but they can help. Thanks, !
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 27
Face coverings are important when social distancing isn’t possible. It’s all of our responsibility to protect the vulnerable from being exposed to . -Man and themes optional.
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 25
My family focuses on a plant-based, animal-free diet, for health and climate. And now perhaps for social justice: “Is [meat] more essential than the lives of the working poor who labor to produce it?” Another impact of .
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 21
Thank you, for your partnership!
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 20
“Utah’s economy and the health of our people are connected.” True. Thank you for your leadership and partnership.
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 20
Replying to @BradfatherSpeak
We haven't rescinded numerous cases. Our process for attributing death due to COVID-19 has remained consistent. No major changes anticipated today.
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 20
The vast majority have been hospitalized due to COVID-19 related illness. And most of our "healthcare exposures" are related to long term care facilities, not acute care settings.
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 19
It’s the way we have always counted deaths in this outbreak.
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 19
In Utah, we are looking at all deaths in individuals with a +COVID-19 test, and removing those where COVID-19 did not cause or contribute to death (e.g. trauma, car crash).
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 19
Replying to @_alisha_ann
Love the fierce color!
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 17
Replying to @LadyNerdicorn
Great! DM me.
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 15
Replying to @editoremilye
Gorgeous!
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 12
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Dr. Angela Dunn May 11
I am part of a team full of passionate, smart, relentless people. They give me strength and confidence.
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