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KZMU News: Thursday July 2, 2020

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Community spread of COVID-19 is now evident in Grand County, according to the Southeast Utah Health Department. Two of the latest positives involve separate incidents of community spread, while four additional cases are from a source of common exposure. And later in the news, locals may soon be providing feedback on a proposed membership program at the Community Recycle Center. Plus, climate scientists say Lake Powell’s capacity is quickly declining. We hear from our radio partners on what that means for the millions of people who depend on the Colorado River. Tune in.

KZMU News · Thursday July 2, 2020

Campers sit on Lone Rock Beach at Lake Powell. (Peter Krocek/Courtesy of the National Park Service)


Show Notes


Southeast Utah Health Department, COVID-19 Info
www.seuhealth.com/covid-19
Utah Hospital Survey Data
coronavirus.utah.gov/case-counts/
Moab Regional Hospital
mrhmoab.org/coronavirus-updates/

Preliminary Considerations for a Community Recycle Center Membership Program
(Agenda Item H)
swssd1.org/wp-content/uploads/…Regular-Meeting.pdf

KUER: Lake Powell Reached Capacity 40 Years Ago. But What Do The Coming Decades Hold In Store? 
www.kuer.org/post/lake-powell-r…old-store#stream/0

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