Jackson Hole COVID-19 Coverage and Resources
- Health officials stress that if you feel sick, please stay home and pick up the phone. Call your doctor or St. John’s Health: 307-739-4898 for a COVID-19 phone evaluation
- For those who are under or uninsured, call Teton County Health Department for a COVID-19 free test voucher: 307-733-6401
- To slow the spread of COVID-19, a face mask mandate is in effect for Teton County
- To sign up for COVID-19 Nixle updates for Teton County, text TC_COVID to 888777
Resources + What You Need to Know
Teton County Emergency Services, Teton County Health Department, St. John’s Health and the Town of Jackson launched a resource site with information on food, financial and business assistance; business closures; mental health services; and restaurants offering curbside and takeout options.
KHOL Tracks COVID-19
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about changes to the affordable housing program, drought mitigation measures and an increased risk of COVID-19 in Teton County.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about housing for human service employees, water quality and upcoming discussions for Targhee expansion.
Jodie Pond discusses the county’s main priority areas for the coming year.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about property tax increases, fire danger and the delta variant of COVID-19.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about potential property tax increases in Jackson, workforce housing, vaccine hesitancy and the upcoming wildfire season.
KHOL Spanish-language correspondent Alicia Unger reports on conspiracy theories and misinformation surrounding COVID-19 vaccines among some members of Jackson’s Latino community.
KHOL spoke to Jackson Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson and Driggs Mayor Hyrum Johnson about the challenges of the past year and what life might look like this summer.
KHOL asks Jackson Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson about the town’s vaccination efforts, affordable housing and more.
Will enough Teton County and Wyoming residents get vaccinated in order to turn the tide of the pandemic?
No Lunch Breaks but Plenty of Ski Laps: Retired-Age Targheezers Weather the Pandemic and ‘Keep Moving’
The self-described old ski bums remained a staple at Grand Targhee Resort this season despite the risk of COVID-19.
KHOL asked three local residents to reflect on a year that’s unlikely to be forgotten anytime soon.
Many Indigenous communities in the Mountain West and across the U.S. are now sharing extra vaccine doses with their non-Indigenous neighbors.