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Out in South Jordan, the parks and rec department is going virtual to provide residents with their sports fix

Many South Jordan residents had already signed up for the city’s annual Earth Day 10K race when the COVID-19 pandemic caused closures to recreation sites all over the state. That left parks and recreation officials looking for ways to provide their residents with something to do, even though facilities in the city were closing left… Keep Reading

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Gephardt: Insurance companies not paying business interruption claims

SOUTH JORDAN — Many businesses have an insurance policy that specifically covers business interruption, but as one South Jordan man found out, insurance companies are not paying business interruption claims tied to the coronavirus. At Cycle Bar in South Jordan, no one is pedaling. Unless you count co-owner Jay Smith who’s pedaling like crazy to avoid… Keep Reading

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Governor Herbert and Merit Medical to show new sample kits

SOUTH JORDAN, UTAH (ABC4 News) – Merit Medical announced it started producing a sample and collection kit for use in COVID-19 testing at the South Jordan facility. Governor Herbert and Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox will visit Merit Medical to talk about this crucial development and what it will mean for Utah’s capability to continue testing widely for coronavirus. READ… Keep Reading

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Elective surgeries going back on the schedule in Utah, governor says

SOUTH JORDAN — Utah hospitals, doctors, dentists and other health care providers will soon be able to resume elective procedures “in a measured and cautious way,” Gov. Gary Herbert announced Tuesday. As part of contingency planning for the COVID-19 pandemic, the governor and the Utah Department of Health on March 16 ordered elective procedures halted… Keep Reading

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University of Utah to hold Virtual video gaming event

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – As the nation continues to tread through the COVID-19 pandemic, many people may be looking for an outlet for some relief. Virtual entertainment has certainly served as an avenue to ease the mind of content consumers, and students in the University of Utah’s nationally ranked Entertainment Arts and Engineering… Keep Reading

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Is it too early to reopen dining areas in Utah?

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah — This week, state and local leaders are expecting to release a clearer picture of what Utah will look like during the COVID-19 recovery. In a plan to reopen the economy, Governor Gary Herbert suggested customers could dine inside restaurants by the first half of May. “There are criticisms that that… Keep Reading

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