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Harley Barnes

Utah Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson visited the Bear River Health Department on Wednesday to meet with health officials and discuss COVID-19 vaccine efforts.


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Thanks to extra doses of the COVID-19 vaccine provided by Logan Regional Hospital, the Bear River Health Department will begin vaccinating residents over age 70 on Thursday—four days before vaccinations for this group of Utahns were expected to be available. Registration for the clinic is full, but information about future clinics will be available on the health department’s website. 

A sign outside the Bear River Health Department drive-thru flu shot site.
The Bear River Health Department

To make getting a shot just a little bit easier this year, the Bear River Health Department is providing a drive-thru flu shot option. 

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Large gatherings and events have been increasing in Cache Valley over the past month, and with that comes the concern of increased coronavirus cases.

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The Bear River Health District released a new chart on Monday showing the results of the 6,669 COVID-19 tests performed in the district since March. According to a public information officer for the Bear River Health District, the chart suggests that the rate of positive COVID-19 cases has been up since approximately May 28.

BRHD Announces 24 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases

Apr 2, 2020
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The Bear River Health Department confirmed eight new cases coronavirus cases and up to 56 potential cases in a press release today. The release states one of the confirmed cases was a healthcare provider from a small family practice, and through tracing exposure, 10 symptomatic individuals were identified with the other 46 being asked to quarantine as a precaution.

BRIGHAM CITY – Reports of two more positive tests of COVID-19 in Box Elder County have pushed to 16 the number of cases of the disease in the Bear River Health District.

Some of Utah’s largest employers are choosing to provide workplace screenings to encourage and support women's health. Utah health directors are networking with school districts, universities, private companies and small business owners to provide screening to help save lives and money.

When Megan Bohman learned that her neighbors and friends in Brigham City were dying from opioid misuse and abuse she decided as a health education specialists for the Bear River Health Department that something needed to be done. So she applied for a grant and went to work.