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Corona virus updates with SL County District Attorney Sim Gill, Governor Gary Herbert, SLC Mayor Erin Mendenhall and Visit Salt Lake. Plus, Dr. Dave on the mental and emotional toll of the pandemic, and Art and Soup fundraiser goes virtual.
SL County District Attorney Sim Gill talked about the force of law given that earlier today the SL County Health Department declared a public health emergency and limited some business operations, including restaurants, bars and taverns. The declaration takes effect at 11:00 p.m. March 16, 2020.
Kimberly Dansie of Community Nursing Services, which is moving its annual Art & Soup event online March 25-29. Proceeds of the now virtual event will help thousands of Utah patients and families in need. CNS is Utah's oldest nonprofit home health and hospice agency.
Also earlier today, Governor Gary Herbert and SLC Mayor Erin Mendenhall held a press conference at the offices of the Salt Lake Chamber on steps they are taking to address the economic impact of COVID-19. RadioACTive shared a portion of that press conference, featuring comments from the following:
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