Today on the news, we check in Bradon Bradford of the Southeast Utah Health Department. He discusses some trends with recent local coronavirus cases, encouraging news from Summit County about face coverings, and Grand County’s school reopening plan. Plus, a feature story on more Americans looking to RVs and trailers to get away from home during the pandemic. 

And later (15:00), we chat with Times-Independent editor Doug McMurdo about some of the stories they covered this week. McMurdo gives the latest on visitation numbers, Moab City’s plan for outdoor dining, and Grand County’s school reopening plan. Plus, a Texas man dies in a fall at Dead Horse Point State Park. 

KZMU News · Friday July 31, 2020


Show Notes


Photo: A sign reminds customers at the Market on Center to wear masks and practice social distancing

Southeast Utah Coronavirus Information

https://www.seuhealth.com/covid-19

MWNB: RV Business Booms As The ‘Pandemic Demographic’ Hits The Road

https://www.boisestatepublicradio.org/post/rv-business-booms-pandemic-demographic-hits-road

The Times-Independent Mentions –

Domestic travel not replacing global visits

https://moabtimes.com/2020/07/31/domestic-travel-not-replacing-global-visits/

CNY flights more empty than full 

https://moabtimes.com/2020/07/31/cny-flights-more-empty-than-full/

Al fresco: COVID-19 pushes city to permit outdoor dining

https://moabtimes.com/2020/07/31/al-fresco-covid-19-pushes-city-to-permit-outdoor-dining/

Flexibility is key to Grand’s school start

https://moabtimes.com/2020/07/31/flexibility-is-key-to-grands-school-start/

Man falls to his death at Dead Horse Point

https://moabtimes.com/2020/07/31/man-falls-to-his-death-at-dead-horse-point/

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