International students that were adversely affected by the pandemic and some decisions made by the Trump administration have found new hope of completing their education in the U.S. with President Joe Biden and his immigration-friendly policies.
Local leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are undecided on whether meetings will continue to be livestreamed to accommodate the sick and disabled members of their congregations.
A biotech company from Utah has developed the first COVID-19 test to be fully authorized for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Missionaries at Church historic sites are offering guided virtual tours for thousands of viewers across the world in compliance with COVID-19 restrictions.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced 39 temples will open their baptistries as part of Phase 2-B, including 14 in Utah, and seven temples will enter Phase 3 during the month of April.
Intellihelp aims to help those who have been affected negatively by COVID-19 by connecting members of the community to each other in providing necessary resources.
COVID-19 temple restrictions have caused Latter-day Saint couples to struggle in securing dates for temple sealings and endowments, creating wedding planning difficulties.
BYU students can make COVID-19 vaccination appointments starting today after Utah Gov. Spencer Cox's announcement last week.
Assisted living facilities and programs in Utah County are taking steps to return back to normal with many residents now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Gov. Spencer Cox announced all Utah adults will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting March 24.
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