In consultation with the Utah Department of Health and the Local Health Departments, Gov. Gary R. Herbert has issued an Executive Order moving Grand County, West Valley City and Magna to Low Health Risk Status, or Yellow.
Gov. Gary R. Herbert has issued an Executive Order updating guidelines for areas in low health risk designation under Utah’s phased health guidance plan. The new order clarifies that generally all businesses that are within counties that have been moved to low risk phase are operating if they can meet and adhere to the specific guidelines.
In close consultation with local health authorities and with the Utah Department of Health, Gov. Gary R. Herbert has approved requests for the municipalities of Bluff and Mexican Hat to transition to Orange, or Moderate Health Risk Status. Both areas are located in San Juan County.
In consultation with the Utah Department of Health and the Summit and Wasatch County Health Departments, Gov. Gary R. Herbert has issued an Executive Order moving Summit County and Wasatch County to Low Health Risk Status, or Yellow.
Utah Leads Together 3.0 builds on the previous two versions of the economic recovery plan. It addresses protecting high-risk individuals and Utah’s multi-cultural communities as we move forward toward economic recovery.
With millions of acres of public lands throughout Utah there is unbelievable access to outdoor recreation statewide. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we encourage Utahns to visit parks and recreation areas that are close to home and lesser-known gems.
Check out this information from Utah’s land managing agencies for ideas on some of Utah’s hidden gems.