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Nicholas Rupp

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Salt Lake County Health Department
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Salt Lake County Health Department Named “Health Department of the Year” by Leading National Public Health Association

SLCoHD’s successful response to hepatitis A outbreak referenced among reasons for recognition

07/12/19


Restaurants Approved to Allow Dogs on Patios

This season, 22 Salt Lake County eateries have received a “dog patio” variance

05/15/19


Health Department Announces Youth Anti-Vaping Film Festival

E-cigarette use among Salt Lake County youth has increased 500% in the last seven years, and studies show the use of e-cigarettes often leads to smoking traditional cigarettes

02/12/19


Today Is Salt Lake County’s First “No Burn” Day of the 2018–19 Season

Penalties for burning solid fuels illegally could reach $299

11/20/18


Today Is Salt Lake County’s First “No Burn” Day of the 2018–19 Season

Penalties for burning solid fuels illegally could reach $299

11/20/18


Over 5,000 Utah Children Potentially Poisoned by Lead

Experts estimate only 3% of Utah children are tested for lead, so actual number may be higher

10/22/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at Downtown SLC Restaurant

Customers who visited the New Yorker between July 25 and August 15 may have been exposed.

09/10/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at Downtown SLC Restaurant

Customers who visited the New Yorker between July 25 and August 15 may have been exposed.

09/10/18


Algae-related Toxin Detected in Jordan River

A low level of anatoxin-a means people and pets should stay out of the water itself, but recreational activities like boating should not present a threat to health.

08/28/18


Algae-related Toxin Detected in Jordan River

A low level of anatoxin-a means people and pets should stay out of the water itself, but recreational activities like boating should not present a threat to health.

08/28/18


Salt Lake County Reports First WNV Death of the Year

Threat of West Nile virus grows as more mosquitoes in the county test positive

08/22/18


Salt Lake County Reports First WNV Death of the Year

Threat of West Nile virus grows as more mosquitoes in the county test positive

08/22/18


SLCoHD Announces Most Prevalent Infectious Diseases of 2017

Sexually transmitted diseases continue to top the list; officials encourage STD testing

08/02/18


SLCoHD Announces Most Prevalent Infectious Diseases of 2017

Sexually transmitted diseases continue to top the list; officials encourage STD testing

08/02/18


Week of Activities and Giant Food Sculptures Encourage Food Bank Donations

Foodstruction sculptures on display at seven area libraries from July 28 through August 4.

07/26/18


Week of Activities and Giant Food Sculptures Encourage Food Bank Donations

Foodstruction sculptures on display at seven area libraries from July 28 through August 4.

07/26/18


SLCoHD Announces Restaurants Approved to Allow Dogs on Patios

Twelve Salt Lake County restaurants have received a “dog patio” variance for this season

05/16/18


SLCoHD Announces Restaurants Approved to Allow Dogs on Patios

Twelve Salt Lake County restaurants have received a “dog patio” variance for this season

05/16/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at Murray Edible Arrangements

Customers who ate items from this location between March 21 and April 13 may have been exposed.

04/18/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at Murray Edible Arrangements

Customers who ate items from this location between March 21 and April 13 may have been exposed.

04/18/18