BRADY McCOMBS and PAT GRAHAM Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Ski resorts in United States are grappling with how to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus as most planned to stay open as ski season nears an end. Some resorts are closing enclosed gondolas or aerial trams while others are encouraging skiers to ride lifts with only people they know as they adhere to social distancing guidelines. Nearly every resort is promising extra cleanings of public spaces, more hand sanitizer stations and vowing to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A few resorts, including Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico, Jay Peak Resort in Vermont and Shanty Creek Resort in Michigan, have decided to close for the season. Still, some ski resorts are touting the popula
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