Health Care

Twelve months after the coronavirus arrived in San Juan County, more than one-third of county residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The shot is now available for all adults in the county. Large allotments of vaccines to Utah Navajo Health System (UNHS) has made it...
As the one year anniversary nears for the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic to San Juan County, the number of COVID cases continues to drop. The most recent report from San Juan Public Health states there were 36 active cases in the county.  That marks a precipitous drop in recent weeks.  Less...
by David Boyle News Director The number of San Juan County residents who have received the coronavirus vaccine continues to grow. As of February 16, more than 3,900 local residents have received the first part of the two-part vaccine. Of those, 1,413 have also received the second vaccine. San...
The number of active cases of the COVID-19 virus continues to drop in San Juan County, even as the number of local residents receiving the vaccine continues to grow. The number of active cases in the county seems to have peaked at 296 on January 22, 2021. Since that time, there has been a...
More than one month after COVID-19 vaccines were made available, approximately 12 percent of San Juan County’s 14,800 residents have received the first shot of the vaccine. Through February 2, a total of 1,810 residents have received the first dose of the vaccine, with about 1,000 receiving their...
Less than one month after the COVID-19 vaccines were made available, approximately 11 percent of San Juan County’s 14,800 residents have received the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. Through January 26, a total of 1,675 residents have received the first dose of the vaccine, with about 300...
Less than one month after the vaccines were made available, approximately ten percent of San Juan County residents have received the first vaccine for COVID-19. Through January 15, a total of 1,486 residents have been vaccinated, with an estimated population of 14,800. While Utah Navajo Health...
Diedre Henderson, the new Lt. Governor of Utah, made a quick trip to San Juan County on January 13 in an effort to coordinate public health efforts to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine. “The most important thing is to get as many shots in arms as soon as possible,” said Henderson, who was on a tour...
COVID-19 has claimed new victims in San Juan County, with the death toll growing to 35 local residents who have passed away with the virus since the pandemic hit in March 2020. Three fatalities occurred in December, including a woman in her 30s from the Blanding area, a man in his 40s from the...
COVID-19 vaccinations are ahead of schedule in San Juan County. A large number of health care workers and first responders in San Juan County have received the first round of the two-shot vaccine. Doses of the vaccine have arrived and been distributed to healthcare workers within San Juan Public...

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