vaccine

Do you need a COVID-19 booster? Yes, you do

Get some clarity on these shots and why public health officials are recommending them now.


COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness dips, but remains potent disease deterrent

Vaccines still help save lives and keep people from getting sick despite a slight diminishing efficacy over many months.


Facts about COVID-19 and vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines decrease infection with all variants, including the Delta variant.


Fall 2021 Back-to-School Town Hall

U senior leadership answered commonly asked questions from students, faculty and staff regarding the in-person campus experience we expect this fall.


Tips for separating COVID-19 vaccine fact from fiction

Despite what some online articles and social media outlets suggest, COVID-19 vaccines do not contain tracking devices, nor will they cause infertility or alter your DNA.


Why masking and testing continues

Why some people on campus are still wearing masks and getting tested.


Vaccines are available, get yours now

Vaccines will help us attain herd immunity.


COVID-19 vaccines as effective in real-world settings as in clinical trials

Salt Lake City data contributed to finding that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines offer substantial protection from infection by SARS-CoV-2 in the real world


Humans of the U: Sharon Talboys

“Now that the vaccine is becoming more accessible, my team is also promoting and educating people about the vaccine.”


Which COVID-19 vaccine is right for you?

The longer you are unvaccinated, the more you’re at risk for becoming infected and possibly seriously ill from COVID-19.