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Teton County’s mask mandate will remain in place at least through May 17, and Wyoming’s two remaining statewide public health orders will stay in effect at least through April 30.

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At noon Friday, representatives from St. John’s Health, the Teton County Health Department, the town of Jackson and the Teton County Board of County Commissioners will participate in the monthly community update.

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Regular readers may have noticed that the Jackson Hole Daily has reduced the publication of Wyoming’s county-by-county COVID-19 statistics to once a week, on Tuesdays. We will continue to monitor the numbers daily and may resume more frequent updates in the case of an uptick. Please note tha…

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In another example of the effect of Wyoming's decreasing COVID-19 numbers, Gov. Mark Gordon announced further easing of the statewide public health orders. The changes come on the heels of Teton County's Thursday reduction of the community risk level to moderate.

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After this story published, the Teton County Health Department announced Wednesday that its February allotment of vaccine doses from the state had been increased. That will allow the department to administer first doses to all teachers and school support staff who want them by the end of the…

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Several variants are circulating around the globe, with major ones being found first in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil. Because of the new variants we wanted to answer a few questions that would hopefully shed some light on how to mitigate the risk. Find more COVID-19 questions …

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Sometimes news happens so fast that we struggle to write stories about everything. The new variant of SARS-CoV-2 has now been found in two unrelated cases, which means it is spreading in our community.

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Jackson Hole health officials have documented a second case of the highly transmissible coronavirus variant first identified in the United Kingdom.

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Amid the hustle and bustle of a Tuesday morning vaccination clinic in late December, Tom Ferris, a 25-year veteran of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s ski patrol, became one of the first few thousand people in Teton County to get a vaccine against COVID-19.