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Patrick Carr 9h
A much-needed boost for the Weber-Morgan HD. Contact tracing was being conducted on a part-time basis by repurposed health dept staffers (including accountants)
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Utah DEQ 7h
This is the time of day when levels start to climb. Check the latest conditions and the three-day forecast at .
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Weber-Morgan Health 9h
Welcome to our new contact tracers! They are here to help us keep on top of the increased case load.
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 6
CASE UPDATE: Since Last Monday, we had an increase of 355 new COVID-19 cases - a 28% increase. Our case rate is 474 per 100,000 individuals for Weber and Morgan counties. 41% of our cases are considered recovered. Social Distance. Wear a Mask. Wash Your Hands.
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U.S. Surgeon General Jul 2
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 5
Worksite exposures are increasingly common. These guidebooks can help keep businesses operating safely. (English) (Spanish)
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 4
Happy 4th of July! Have fun, Be Safe and Buckle Up! Celebra 4 de julio! Ten mucha precaución durante la celebración del 4 de julio. Recuerda siempre: PONTE EL CINTURÓN.
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Jul 4
Protect yourself, your family, and your community this weekend – wear a cloth face covering & stay at least six feet from others if attending a holiday event or gathering.
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Jed Boal Jul 3
“These are ripe conditions for algal blooms.” Utahns Warned To Watch For Toxic Algal Blooms ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦ ?
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Utah Dept. of Health Jul 3
Rumors about the employment status of state epidemiologist Dr. Angela Dunn are not helpful to our state’s -19 response. And they are not true. See attached statement.
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Utah DEQ Jul 3
According to the fire danger over the 4th is going to be high if not very high or extreme. Please practice precautions when celebrating this weekend.
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 3
Please be safe this holiday weekend! As Utah Epidemiologist Dr. Angela Dunn said, "We had a surge after Memorial Day. Our hospitals can't handle another one."
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 3
Good question. We will try to find out.
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 2
Don't forget to take and wear your mask when you go out. It protects you and your loved ones at home.
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 2
It's listed when WMHD is notified of the positive test result. Then we assign it to a case investigator. We verify they live in Weber or Morgan and then begin contact tracing. If they live in another county or state, we notify the local health department where they live.
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 2
We count them as WMHD when we are able to verify that their address is in Weber or Morgan County. Sometimes, that means they move to another county if their last know residence is elsewhere. We hope to have more of them verified soon.
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 2
We count them as WMHD when we are able to verify that their address is in Weber or Morgan County. Sometimes, that means they move to another county if their last know residence is elsewhere. We hope to have more of them verified soon.
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 2
We will work on getting a “last updated” marker in our site. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Weber-Morgan Health Jul 2
Hi Dan, most of our exposures are worksite and household contacts. We hope you are taking precautions everywhere you go and not thinking one place is safer than another.
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Utah COVID-19 Community Task Force Jul 1
The COVID-19 Business Manual is a step-by-step plan to help you make your worksite healthier, with tips from , CDC, OHSA, and U.S. Department of Labor. Find a copy here:
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