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
Vaccinations for teachers and school support staff influenced a board decision to double in-person learning for secondary students starting in April.
High Country News Reporter Discusses Second-home Owners’ Attempt to Influence Election in Gunnison County, Colorado
KVNF’s Gavin Dahl interviews Nick Bowlin of High Country News about his article, “When COVID hit, a Colorado county kicked out second-home owners. They hit back.”
2020 saw shifts in almost every aspect of life in Teton County, and that was reflected in what ended up in our waste stream.
Hole Food Rescue’s No Cost Grocery Program addresses food insecurity, food waste, and climate change all at once. Could this be a model for eradicating hunger?
Mental Health JH caters to the increasing need for local mental health care services during the pandemic.
The first shipment of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines arrived last week.
Counselor and athlete Ryan Burke discusses how daily “Mindstrength” challenges can remove stigmas.
Teton County’s public health officer says the vaccine is likely to be very safe.
The Town of Jackson unanimously supported the Health Department’s newest recommendation.
They also asked for a unified message from elected officials.
Why one member of Jackson’s Hispanic community is especially grateful this Thanksgiving.
St. John’s Health officials say at-risk patients should get their regular medical procedures on-schedule.