Salt Lake County Inmate Tests Positive for COVID-19 And More On Behind The Headlines
A Salt Lake County inmate becomes the first incarcerated Utahn to test positive for coronavirus. Intermountain Healthcare plans pay cuts for some medical staff during the COVID-19 outbreak. And Salt Lake City negotiates the purchase of an eclectic Sugarhouse property, and plans to turn it into a public art park.
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