COVID-19 Coverage

Stimulus check packages are receiving the third round of stimulus checks in their bank accounts. Eligible families in Utah will get $1,400 dollar checks to help...

International status will not affect students’ eligibility to receive COVID-19 vaccine

Neither the International Student Services Office nor the Student Health Center foresee any complications in distributing COVID-19 vaccines to international students compared to students with United States citizenship. All should be equally eligible to receive the vaccine when the time comes.

UTA provides free travel to COVID-19 vaccine appointments

The UTA is offering free fare to anyone who is heading to their COVID-19 vaccination appointments to encourage more Utahns to be vaccinated.

Church announces baptistry to open in 14 temples

The Church announced 14 temples around the world will now be able to open their baptistry to limited groups for proxy ordinances.

BYU works with Utah County Health Department to open vaccination site

Utah County Health Department is working in conjunction with BYU to open a new COVID-19 vaccination site at the former Provo High School building.

One year later: Reflecting on the pandemic’s impact on BYU

Today marks one year since BYU notified students that classes would take an extended weekend off and then be held virtually for the remainder of the semester. In reflection of this anniversary, here is a recap of how the pandemic affected life at BYU.

Called to serve in a pandemic: ‘Miracles’ allow missionaries to return to foreign missions

Almost a year after the pandemic sent home thousands of missionaries, several missionaries who were reassigned to stateside missions are being sent to their original mission calls for the first time or returning to where they started their mission.

Utah to lift mask mandate, offer vaccines to all adults

Utah will join a handful of states next month as it lifts its statewide mask mandate on April 10.

Good news Thursday: Women feed their communities, lemonade stand funds brain surgery

Woman comforts elderly immigrants with a taste of the islandsGlenda Andrew makes food not just to fill the stomach, but to feed the soul....

Hot tub boom pandemic created financial hardships for some but led to an unexpected boom for others. Newsline Reporter Amy Griffin tells us about a local business...

New vaccine eligibility requirements than 300,000 Utahans are now fully vaccinated, and those numbers are only going to increase with the new eligibility requirements for the vaccine....

Politics, personal preference divide Latter-day Saints over wearing masks at church

Nearly a year into the pandemic, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are still split over the politics of wearing a mask to church gatherings.

Some senior Latter-day Saints anxious to get COVID-19 vaccine, others hesitant

Some older Americans are struggling over whether to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, including some members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Church updates status of temples as COVID-19 restrictions ease

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released the current status of temple re-openings and what ordinances each temple is able to perform.

Polio vs. Covid vaccine woman who participated in the polio vaccine trials discusses her experience with the polio and the coronavirus vaccines. Newsline reporter Rachel Smith sat...

COVID-19 vaccines available for Utahns with certain medical conditions

COVID-19 vaccines are now available for Utahns ages 16 and up who have certain underlying conditions.

Pandemic puppies Utah citizens are falling more in love with pets after lots of home-alone time during the pandemic. Newsline reporter Amy Griffin talks about the...

Utah minority groups hesitant to take COVID-19 vaccine

Salt Lake County has made efforts to distribute the vaccine to minority groups but many within these groups are still skeptical due to longtime distrust.
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