Coronavirus

Timeline: How the Church has responded to the global COVID-19 pandemic It's been 18 months since the First Presidency suspended Church gatherings worldwide. Take a look back at how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has responded to COVID-19.
Pocatello Idaho Temple opens its doors, offering first public look inside a temple in 590 days Elder Gary E. Stevenson, President Camille N. Johnson and other Church leaders attended the Pocatello Idaho Temple’s media day on Monday. Here’s what they said about the new temple.
Pioneer Day concert on hiatus — but Tabernacle Choir fans can enjoy online selection from past concerts The pandemic forced the cancellation of the Tabernacle Choir's 2021 Pioneer Day concert, but loyal listeners can still enjoy performances from past concerts while looking forward to the choir's return.
June 23 reopening set for first MTCs, with new missionary training to be both online and on-site Even with the gradual reopening of MTCs and resumption of in-person instruction, most new missionaries will continue to have a portion of their training at home via videoconference.
Missionary Department encourages missionaries to be vaccinated; those choosing not to will serve in home countries The Missionary Department letter references the Jan. 19 statement by the First Presidency: “Individuals are responsible to make their own decisions about vaccination.”
Watch: Bishop Caussé and UNICEF’s executive director express thanks for COVID-19 relief UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta H. Fore recently expressed gratitude to Latter-day Saint Charities for its $20 million donation to help ensure access to COVID-19 vaccines.