Some COVID-19 news, the death of a whistle-blower, losing ground on voting rights and Google doodles.

Alaska is the first state to make COVID-19 vaccines available to all residents 16 and older, thanks in large part to their collaboration with tribal health organizations.

 

Utah LG Henderson visits the Utah Refugee Center as the state works to ensure vaccines are distributed equitably.

 

No joke! Utah plans to open up vaccine eligibility to all adults by April first.

 

Allan McDonald, the engineer who refused to succumb to groupthink re: the space shuttle Challenger, has died.

 

Former President Jimmy Carter discouraged by Georgia’s moves to (once-again) make it harder to vote, moves that will disproportionately impact communities of color.

 

What’s today’s Google doodle all about? This man, who designed masks to end a plague.