Leaders look back at two-plus years of Covid

During a meeting of the Teton County Local Emergency Planning Committee on June 7, leaders and public officials took some time to talk about the successes and failures of local efforts to manage one of the biggest, most long-lasting emergencies the community has ever faced.

Teton hotwash

Community leaders and public officials met on June 7, 2022, to debrief in the aftermath of the Covid pandemic and talk about how to improve in the face of future pandemics.

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Elected officials and healthcare providers gathered during a meeting in March of 2020 after the first confirmed positive case of Covid in Teton County.

TVH testing

Teton Valley Hospital offered free drive-through Covid testing for much of 2020 and 2021.

Driggs mask protest

Protesters assembled in Driggs to express their antipathy toward mask requirements in September of 2021.

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