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Coronavirus in Utah: Latest COVID-19 Updates Tuesday April 14

Real-time alerts, advisories and closures related to the COVID-19 outbreak
Posted at 6:04 AM, Apr 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-15 07:55:34-04

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8:45 PM - UHSAA Announces Cancellation of Spring Sports and Activities, Including State Championships

7:39 PM - Four Utah County Sheriff's deputies are in isolation following COVID-19 exposure. Details here.

7:37 PM - Navajo Nation reports 25 new cases of COVID-19 and five additional deaths.

4:40 PM - Salt Lake City asks for facemask donations. Details and contact-free drop-off locations here

4:26 PM - The Federal Aviation Administration will award $93,363,009 in airport aid to 35 airports in Utah to help respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency.

1:50 PM - Utah schools will not re-open for the rest of the school year.

1:40 PM - Fox 13 report: First Team of IHC volunteers leaves for New York City.

1:15 PM - Tuesday's updates coronavirus numbers in Utah : 19 deaths, 2,412 confirmed cases, 213 hospitalized, 46,476 tested.

12:15 PM - The Juab School District posts photos of bus drivers who are missing the students.

11:55 AM - All libraries in the Utah State Library Division have been closed, but the division has announced plans for when the libraries will open after it is deemed safe to do so.

11:10 AM - University of Utah is waiving the online course fee for all summer classes. In addition, all summer courses will be offered at in-state residency rate. Any tuition increases will be postponed until at least 2021.

11:00 AM - Looking for a job? A statewide virtual job fair will be staged April 16 and at least 60 companies will take part.

10:30 AM - The Summit County Sheriff's Office thanks Home Depot for donating personal protection equipment.

9:45 AM - Fox 13 report: Utah gubernatorial candidate, Jan Garbett, sues over signature gathering in COVID-19 pandemic.

9:25 AM - Intermountain Healthcare announces plans to prepare for anticipated COVID-19 patient surge.

9:05 AM - The Park City School District releases a message of hope from its student body presidents.

8:25 AM - The Utah Department of Natural Resources posts a picture of how not to practice social distancing at Yuba Lake State Park.

7:45 AM - Ogden School District is staging a social distancing parade at ten this morning. Here's the route.

7:35 AM - Highland City releases a video with a message of hope during the challenges of the coronavirus.

6:05 AM - Latest Utah numbers: 2,363 confirmed cases, 45,787 people tested, 201 people hospitalized, 18 deaths.

6:00 AM - Latest US numbers: 587,337 confirmed cases, 44,207 people recovered, 23,649 deaths.

5:55 AM - Latest world numbers: 1,930,780 confirmed cases, 120,450 deaths.