Veterans & Military COVID-19 Updates
The Utah Department of Veterans & Military Affairs is providing information, resources, and assistance to Veterans, service members and their families impacted by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
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Governor Spencer J. Cox issued a declaration honoring and recognizing the men and women who died while in defense of the United States of America.
Flags will be lowered from sunrise until noon, and then raised promptly to full-staff for the remainder of the day.
The event will honor those who died protecting the nation, as well as Veterans who passed away during the pandemic.
The Utah Department of Veterans & Military Affairs is calling for friends and family members to help identify Utah veterans who have passed away since March 2020.
Governor Cox declares April 15th Ken Potts recognition day.
Governor Cox issues declaration in recognition of Month of the Military Child.
The VA Salt Lake City Health Care System now offering COVID-19 vaccines to all Veterans, their spouses, and certain, eligible caregivers. You do not need to be enrolled in VA healthcare to receive the vaccine.
Your participation will help the state of Utah make strategic decisions to ensure Utah’s Veteran and military communities receive the support they need in the future.
The Veterans Health Administration is beginning the process of notifying and scheduling Veterans for the COVID-19 vaccine.
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