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OGDEN — Starting Wednesday, masks will no longer be required at Weber State University. The announcement comes on the tail of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance that vaccinated people do not need to wear a mask in most places.

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On Monday, BYU shared an update to the school's COVID-19 guidelines with students and employees that included masks being required in classrooms through the spring term, physical distancing being encouraged and the school strongly urging members of the campus community to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, among other things.

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President Joe Biden hosted a bipartisan meeting with six governors from across the country on Tuesday, highlighting those states' efforts to make the COVID-19 vaccine easier to receive, to build confidence in the vaccine, and to make it an equitable response.

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Utah Gov. Spencer Cox on Thursday urged Utahns to exercise caution and “personal responsibility” as statewide COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

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Missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are encouraged to get COVID-19 vaccinations, according to a statement from the Missionary Department of the church.

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OGDEN — Mask rules and other COVID-19 guidelines vary widely across Ogden and Weber County in the wake of the easing of the statewide mask mandate that went into effect earlier this month.

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On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with the Federal Drug Administration announced a recommended pause on the administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine following six reported cases of a rare and severe blood clot in individuals who received it.

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A recent study out of BYU has linked lifestyle choice to Alzheimer’s disease, at least to some degree, through findings that show a possible energy gap between the amount of glucose and ketones being used to power the brain.

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OGDEN — Faculty and staff at Weber State University, some of whom have taught in-person classes throughout the pandemic, became fully eligible for COVID-19 vaccines on April 1, along with all other adults in the state.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Biological fathers in Utah will be legally required to pay half of a woman’s out-of-pocket pregnancy costs under a new law unique to the state that critics say doesn’t do enough to adequately address maternal health care needs.

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Utah Gov. Spencer Cox and first lady Abby Cox both received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday at a Utah County Health Department-operated vaccination facility in Spanish Fork, and the governor said Utah could lift all coronavirus-related restrictions by July.