We looked inside some of the tweets by @UofUHealth and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
During the "Castle in the Sky" TV screening there were 25,088 tweets per second, the most ever.
"The number one thing with this mandate is not to blame. When we look at those not wearing masks, there may be many different reasons they aren't wearing them. We need to model this (masking) behavior in a blame-free way and move forward." - Dr. Tom Miller
"I would ask us all to look at our borders - Arizona, California and Texas - and see what's happening there. It will happen here if we don't mitigate. I don't think the data here is being shown accurately what is happening in our health centers." - Dr. Tom Miller
We are hosting a blood drive with @ARUPLabs! #COVID19 has caused a drastic drop in blood donations. If you are eligible, now is a great time to donate. ⏰July 9 (12pm-5pm) ⏰July 10 (8am-1pm) 📍Science and Education Building (2nd floor in the Alumni Hall) https://t.co/MC9xjUSSr0
"Young people who have mild disease or asymptomatic disease, their antibodies may never rise very high. We don't even know if those antibodies are protective." Dr. Sankar Swaminthan talks to @ABC about herd immunity. @UofUHealth https://t.co/JFZIb8oRYn
As we go into the holiday weekend, please remember to wear a face covering. Face coverings are key to our success and are essential to keep our hospitals safe and stable. Protect those around you, it's as simple as that.❤️ https://t.co/VEKGEXWpKT