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Recapping a busy Utah Jazz week of 10-day contracts, COVID, and a trade

Plus, where there any positives for the Jazz to take away from their first battle against the Warriors last week?

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) celebrates after putting the Jazz up by 2 points with 2:50 remaining the the game, in NBA action between the Utah Jazz and the Washington Wizards, at Vivint Arena on Saturday, Dec. 18, 2021.

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While there currently is not a public health order issued by Dr. Dunn, I would vote to overturn any effort to mandate...

Posted by Steve DeBry - Salt Lake County Council on Friday, January 7, 2022

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It may well be that only 1 in 10 cases is counted now."},{"_id":"YQOOYMC5ORGPHJMLUP7HOLTQYM","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779724,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Dr. Michelle Hofmann, deputy director of the Utah Department of Health, expects daily case counts to reach about 12,000 a day in Utah by month’s end — an estimate that seems reasonable but somewhat conservative to me."},{"_id":"NDAZTAIK5RBGRPP36EJRMYI4RA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779725,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"If you look at what’s happening on the East Coast, those states are currently getting about 3,000 coronavirus cases a day per million residents on average, with spikes up to 5,000 or 6,000 on good testing days. Those states have more vaccination immunity than Utah but generally less history of previous infection. Have those states peaked? 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There haven’t really been conclusive apples-to-apples studies on omicron sensitivity across these various tests."},{"_id":"RONDDHHHWBA73DTATSS2WNVEZU","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779741,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"But there are things we do know about the at-home tests. First, at-home tests have been shown to have disappointing reliability in the early days of infection — especially before symptoms show up. In one study of 30 people who were being tested by both PCR and rapid daily for their jobs, the rapid test didn’t test positive until one or two days after the PCR test did. Those people were transmitting the virus in the gap during the time between the two tests."},{"_id":"XJ5P2WMYSBBLDLBJ7ZSLJ4LUDY","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779742,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Many of the leading manufacturers of at-home COVID tests report that their tests worked identically in identifying omicron cases to delta cases — picking up positives about 85% of the the time compared to PCR, just as they did before. However, the Food and Drug Administration’s data suggested that the at-home tests “may have reduced sensitivity” to omicron. Australian researchers found comparable results, and the FDA hasn’t released its data."},{"_id":"OA55LWNTWBD5NKPZZOLJ5E2YSQ","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779743,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"We also have pretty good data that says PCR tests are more effective more quickly with throat and saliva samples than nasal ones with omicron — perhaps a function of where it’s most likely to reproduce. Most of the at-home tests still ask you to swab just your nose. And despite the research, the FDA has asked people to still follow the nose directions, because they don’t have any data on how the tests work with the other samples. I’ve talked before about how I wish the FDA would adopt the clear direction of scientific studies earlier, and this is one such example, though I understand that it’s tricky to do with the multiples of tests out there."},{"_id":"O36CVL2JWFDYXJQGBDU6Z6GQ4M","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779744,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"What would my advice be in getting tested? First, if the situation is mission critical, it’s still best to do a PCR test at a testing facility, a list of which you can find at coronavirus.utah.gov. Right now, many of those facilities are experiencing delays in both appointment and turnaround times, so don’t be afraid to call around and ask what the current status is at each location to get results as quickly as possible."},{"_id":"6JQ3Y7Y6ZVERPIGP3BJM5B2MKI","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779745,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"One option that cuts off the appointment-scheduling wait is Intermountain Healthcare’s self-serve tests. Essentially, you pick up the PCR test, swab yourself at your home or in your car, then drop off the sample at an Intermountain facility. Intermountain then emails you the results. Those results still may take over 24 hours to receive, but it may be the quickest or most convenient option for people who can’t make an appointment work."},{"_id":"PYCDZZHUVNCZDCM7QQE5OGOPPA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779746,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"If results will just take too long on those tests, then rapid tests may be your only choice. Those have been difficult to find recently."},{"_id":"2SF2K6RYZZC3JAGDSVDVVFL3XI","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779747,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Online product trackers like NowInStock track when online retailers have various tests in stock to ship to your door. I recommend watching that site and stocking a couple of them in advance of getting sick. Then you’ll have the tests when you need them."},{"_id":"6MZCF555DNCAHOHON56QL33SKQ","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779748,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"What if you can’t wait for them to be shipped? I recommend going to the websites of big retailers like Walmart, Target and CVS to see what stores have which tests in stock on shelves. As of this writing, Walmart and Target had no tests in stock, and CVS didn’t have any tests available close to me in Salt Lake City — but if I drove out to their West Valley City or West Jordan locations, they had them on shelves."},{"_id":"KTWVQDUGWVCTBHGN4LOSH5U65A","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779749,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Of course, in-store stock tracking is never perfect, and please be nice to the employees at pharmacies, retail stores and testing facilities if they aren’t able to meet your needs. To be sure, the lack of testing availability is a huge bungling of mismanagement in the face of extremely predictable demand — but not by the actual workers at those places."},{"_id":"YJP3BYB52RGO3PFS753C7JN2JA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779750,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Those are just normal folks, doing the best that they can in the face of unprecedented levels of sickness in our community. And boy, do most of us know that feeling."},{"_id":"BPLPYO2ZFZEL7OJNM2MKUC7HNY","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641509867255,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Andy Larsen is a data columnist for The Salt Lake Tribune. 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Calling hate what it is doesn’t really qualify as a Profile In Courage.","type":"text"},{"content":"The real opportunity comes if these companies are serious about engaging in an ongoing dialogue on all forms of hate — like antisemitism, racism, misogyny and homophobia — and then using their recently formed Tech Leads Political Action Committee to push the Utah Legislature to advocate for change.","type":"text"},{"content":"I know in the past I have scoffed a little at Utah’s “Tech Bro” culture, but they clearly would benefit from improving Utah’s image nationally and helping to beat back the Batemans of the state when they make national headlines for the wrong reasons.","type":"text"},{"content":"They are also uniquely situated to do so, because the Legislature is infatuated with all things Silicon Slopes. It’s all so shiny. And more than that, it’s all green, as the language spoken at the Legislature is dollars and cents.","type":"text"},{"content":"The tech sector appears poised to move in that direction. They recently formed the Utah Tech Leads political action committee and plan to play in elections and the policy realm. From the standpoint of attracting workforce and capital, protecting Utah’s image should be their No. 1 priority.","type":"text"},{"content":"If they can convince policymakers and voters that equity and inclusion are good for business — because they absolutely are — perhaps some good can come from this moment. They can act as a counterbalance, not just to truly unhinged diatribes everyone easily condemns, but to the campaigns organizing against diversity that are coddled, and even courted, by too many lawmakers.","type":"text"},{"content":"Condemning Bateman is a start, but it is not enough.","type":"text"},{"content":"This is a call to action for Utah’s burgeoning tech sector to root out the hate that gave rise to wild notions like Bateman’s, as well as an opportunity to help heal and to guide Utah in a better direction.","type":"text"}],"credits":{"by":[{"_id":"rgehrke","image":{"url":"https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/sltrib/018796ae-a238-4261-8b37-b91a265f498b.png"},"name":"Robert Gehrke"}]},"display_date":"2022-01-08T13:00:00Z","headlines":{"basic":"After Entratra founder’s departure, Utah’s tech sector has an opportunity to lead, Robert Gehrke writes"},"last_updated_date":"2022-01-08T13:00:00.718Z","promo_items":{"basic":{"caption":"(Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) trDave Bateman, Entrata, CEO speaks in the opening session to over 14,000 at the 2018 Silicon Slopes Tech Summit at the Salt Lake Convention Center Thursday Jan. 18.r","url":"https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/sltrib/NKMX5LSP65B3VGVEWHZKDRVZII.jpg"}},"publish_date":"2022-01-08T13:00:00Z","subheadlines":{"basic":"The tech community is uniquely situated to counter festering hate, foster healing and to help Utah’s image in the process."},"taxonomy":{"primary_section":{"_id":"/news/politics","name":"Politics","parent_id":"/news","path":"/news/politics"},"sites":[{"name":"Politics","path":"/news/politics"},{"name":"News","path":"/news"}],"tags":[{"description":"Column","slug":"column","text":"Column"}]},"website_url":"/news/politics/2022/01/09/after-entratra-founders"},{"_id":"XO3TAT6MVRFLPPJD5HX4OJQ5EY","canonical_url":"/news/politics/2022/01/08/selling-access-utah","content_elements":[{"content":"On the evening of Monday, Jan. 10, about 100 (give or take) supporters of the conservative Utah Parents United group will gather at the Utah State Capitol building. 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