Judge rules Utah County must name businesses that created COVID-19 hot spots

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Following a judge’s ruling on Monday, Utah County will be required to release information to the public identifying two businesses that reportedly created hot spots of the coronavirus and infected at least 68 people.

The judgment, issued virtually from the bench in 4th District Court, comes after KSL-TV sued Utah County earlier this month over its refusal to provide the names of those businesses, arguing that there was no legal merit for withholding them.

Judge Christine Johnson agreed on Monday and ordered the county to release the records within 48 hours.

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