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On Wednesday, March 16th, the Weber-Morgan Health Department will close the mass vaccination site at the Weber State Community Education Center on the corner of 2600 and Monroe Blvd. in downtown Ogden.
Weber-Morgan Health Department is asking residents to stay vigilant as COVID-19 case numbers rise to record-breaking numbers.
The Weber-Morgan Health Department is working with Weber State University’s Community Education Center and the Utah National Guard to provide a COVID-19 vaccination clinic in east-central Ogden during the Month of August.
After six months of operating a mass vaccination site at the Dee Events Center, and bi-weekly clinics at a Morgan County church, the Weber-Morgan Health Department is scaling back its COVID-19 vaccination clinics.
The Weber-Morgan Board of Health named Brian Cowan, a 25-year veteran environmental health scientist and division director with the department as its new Executive Director and Health Officer.
The COVID-19 vaccine rollout for Weber and Morgan counties gets underway Jan. 5 at the Dee Events Center on the campus of Weber State University.
WMHD Executive Director/Health Officer Brian Bennion Announces Retirement
Weber-Morgan Health Department Funds Local Prevention Programs with E-Cig Tax Dollars
Community Health Assessment Survey Coming to Weber County Homes to Address Local Needs
Weber County, Weber-Morgan Health Department, Local Cities and Local Businesses Launching Mask Up Campaign to Slow COVID-19 Spread
Weber-Morgan health officials are urging Utahns to “Fight the Bite” as the temperature rises
Weber-Morgan Health Department Extends Public Health Directive & Order for COVID-19 Prevention
Weber-Morgan Health Department Extends Public Health Order for COVID-19 Prevention
Weber-Morgan Health Department announces first COVID-related death.
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