Lingering COVID effects impact at least one-third of survivors, Utah interim committees named, Paris Hilton was in Utah again yesterday, recreating internment camp art and a boost for women entering or re-entering the workforce.
That’s a lot of people
34% of Covid-19 survivors received a diagnosis for a neurological or psychological condition within six months of their infection, according to a new study https://t.co/qirla6Dolo— CNN International (@cnni) April 7, 2021
Interim committees are named
President @JStuartAdams and Speaker @BradWilsonGOP announced their 2021/22 interim committee appointments.— Utah Senate (@utahsenate) April 6, 2021
See the list of committee appointments here: https://t.co/XNpXgwFary.
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LG shout-out to Paris Hilton
I want to thank @ParisHilton for her courage. It's easy to do things the way we have always done them, it takes courage to ask questions and bring problems to light. Paris used her difficulties to make life better for other people & children.— Utah Senate (@utahsenate) April 6, 2021
–@DeidreHenderson #utpol #utleg pic.twitter.com/0oIEAz8rPN
Imagine recreating internment camp artwork. That’s what a Utah 5th-grader did.
Genevieve won 1st place in our contest by featuring Miné Okubo, a Japanese-American artist held at Topaz during WWII. The 5th-grader used recycled materials, just like Miné did, to recreate a gloomy scene with barbed wire and mosquito swarms. #SheStartedIt #uted @GraniteSchools pic.twitter.com/xTqLocs3Pa— BetterDays2020 (@BetterDays2020) April 6, 2021
Way to “Rize”
Here's a great example of efforts to create new paths of upward mobility for women in Utah's workforce. Especially important now given the events of the past year. #utpol #business #upwardmobility https://t.co/GbZess6bGa— Nic Dunn (@nicdunnutah) April 5, 2021