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News Clips | September 2, 2021

CDC Warns Against Off-Label Use Of COVID Vaccine

Some Americans are already lining up for COVID-19 booster shots.

As College Football And Fans Return, Local Businesses Prepare For The Crowds

The University of Utah will open Rice-Eccles Stadium for full capacity Thursday evening for the first time since the 2019-20 football season.

Another Utah college will require COVID-19 vaccines. Do students support shot mandates?

Nationally, 69% of students support college COVID-19 vaccination requirements, survey shows.

Utahns report frustrations and long waits trying to get tested for COVID-19

As cases go up, so does demand for testing, providers say.

Utes ticket collectors just want something to hold onto as an era in college football comes to an end

Utah's switch to electronic tickets brings more convenience, but a loss of hype and tradition.

Rice-Eccles Stadium has not hosted football in nearly two years. Will the return of a crowd be a factor as University of Utah begins season?

Utes host Weber State on Thursday evening in what is expected to be 65th straight sellout at Rice-Eccles.

Students can’t register for classes unless they get vaccinated, request exemption, says U of U

Students at the University of Utah will be restricted from registering for spring classes if they do not get the COVID-19 vaccine or complete an exemption form by the end of September.

Delta Variant driving concerns ahead of Labor Day weekend

Ahead of Labor Day weekend, millions are predicted to travel, while some will opt-out as the Delta variant is driving up coronavirus cases.

Dan Lundergan appointed as CEO of University of Utah Health Hospitals and Clinics

Lundergan will oversee U of U Health’s five hospitals and 12 community clinics as well as the nearly 14,000 employees who work in the clinical system.

Patterns of income and urbanization impact mammal biodiversity in the concrete jungle

New research suggests that while there is an association between income and diversity of medium to large mammals, another factor is stronger.

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