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Salt Lake City won’t reopen junior high and high schools until teachers can get vaccinated — jeopardizing deal to secure $1,500 bonuses

Salt Lake City will delay reopening its junior high and high schools in early February as planned, postponing any in-person return to classrooms until after teachers can get both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The decision came just before midnight Tuesday after nearly four hours of debate by the city’s board of education, with members… Keep Reading

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WeLink Secures $185 Million Funding from Digital Alpha to Revolutionize the Future of Ultra-High Speed Wireless Broadband

LEHI, Utah–(BUSINESS WIRE)–WeLink, a rapidly-growing, next-generation fixed-wireless broadband provider, today announced a $185 million investment from Digital Alpha Advisors to expand to new markets across the United States. WeLink provides industry-leading, high-speed broadband access to homes and businesses at up to gigabit speeds, connecting the unconnected and expanding and improving access. “More than 77 percent… Keep Reading

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Utah expands free rapid COVID-19 testing as case positivity rates spike

SALT LAKE CITY– Utah health officials announced expanded free rapid antigen testing for COVID-19 to address concerns about the uptick in the COVID-19 case positivity rate. “If you want to get tested, go get tested,” UDOH spokeswoman Charla Haley told KSL-TV. Increasing cases across the state The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) reported the highest test… Keep Reading

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COVID-19 positivity rate nearing 30% in Utah; state expands free testing

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — The Utah Department of Health is offering more free rapid testing in targeted areas throughout the state. It comes as the state sees close to a 30% positivity rate in COVID-19 testing. Health department staff looked at things like high positivity rates, lower number of tests, and wastewater samples to figure out where these testing sites should… Keep Reading

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Sunday brings Utah 1,819 new COVID-19 cases, 7 deaths

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah health officials reported another 1,819 COVID-19 cases and seven more deaths on Sunday. The new cases were confirmed out of 4,802 people tested, with a 37.9% positive rate, according to the Utah Department of Health. The rolling seven-day average for positive tests is 2,652 per day, and the average positive… Keep Reading

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Doba’s End of Year Recap Summary & 2021 Prospective Road Ahead

LEHI, Utah, Dec. 31, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Doba Inc., the industry leader in dropshipping, announced the release of its entirely restructured services this year. It brings essential features and improvements to its offerings for new and existing users. Doba also brought its Seasonal Cash Grab Sale to all users to kick off the launch. “As we announced… Keep Reading

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