Teton County’s risk level from the coronavirus pandemic has reached “critical.”
Town, county and health officials are once again aligned in recommending that people only gather with members of their own households, this time to combat a surge in COVID-19 cases and the detection of a fast-spreading variant.
Health officials were not surprised to learn the new, fast-spreading coronavirus variant first discovered in the United Kingdom had been detected in Teton County.
The Wyoming Department of Health disagrees with St. John’s Health CEO Dr. Paul Beaupre’s assessment that the state isn’t receiving its rightful share of COVID-19 vaccines.
A onetime Grand Teton National Park superintendent who rose to the top of the National Park Service has died after contracting COVID-19.
Snow pelted volunteers Tuesday morning as they directed parking outside Teton County Health Department. First responders came in past the volunteers from Team Rubicon, went inside for their COVID-19 vaccines, then waited for 15 minutes in their cars to monitor themselves for adverse reactions.
A person rode multiple START buses, both to and from Teton Village and on the Town Shuttle, between Dec. 13 and Dec. 17 during their infectious period prior to testing positive for COVID-19, according to the town of Jackson.
In a rare move, the Teton County Health Department has issued a blanket request for some START bus riders to monitor themselves for COVID-19.
The Teton County Health Department warns bus riders that two passengers might have exposed other START riders on specific routes. #jhnews #coronavirus
The McDonald's fast food restaurant in Jackson Hole is closed temporarily due to employees under quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With Christmas on the horizon, a recent survey shows how holiday travel can make teachers nervous about returning to the classroom.
Facing a dire situation at St. John’s Health and spiking COVID-19 cases, town and county officials didn’t have an immediate response Tuesday and instead tasked local health officials with devising a strategy to curb the virus’ spread.
It’s probably fair to call the coronavirus pandemic a cavalcade of bad news, but recent weeks have provided the first demonstrable piece of global positivity.
At the beginning of the pandemic, businesses and other organizations grasped at anything that might stop a person infected with COVID-19 from entering their establishment. One measure that caught hold was screening for fevers.