Utah Medicaid ahora cubrirá las pruebas de COVID-19 para residentes sin seguro

(Salt Lake City, UT) 1 junio 2020– El Departamento de Salud de Utah (UDOH) anunció hoy que Utah Medicaid ahora cubrirá las pruebas y servicios de diagnóstico relacionados con COVID-19 para personas sin seguro. Este nuevo programa estará en vigencia desde el 1 de junio de 2020 y durante la emergencia de salud pública. Los servicios cubiertos incluyen pruebas de …

Uninsured COVID-19 Testing Assistance

If you are uninsured and meet residency/citizenship guidelines, you may be eligible to receive coverage for COVID-19 testing and other related services. This coverage can also help pay for any COVID-19 testing you may have already received. The UDOH and other medical providers will provide you more information on this coverage and determine if you qualify. Click here to apply …

State Leaders Release Utah Leads Together 3.0

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.

Situational Briefing Schedule

Situational briefings on the COVID-19 pandemic in Utah have been held regularly to update the media, along with the general public, on case count numbers, changes in executive order and other updates as the state navigate the pandemic. With a move to moderate/low risk level (Orange/Yellow), these briefings have scaled back. This week (May 18-22) there will be just one …

Utah’s Outdoor Recreation Gems

People look at petroglyphs at Freemont State Park

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.

Governor Issues Executive Order Moving Much of Utah to Yellow Health Risk Status

May 15, 2020 – In accordance with yesterday’s announcement, and in consultation with the Utah Department of Health and local health departments across the state, Gov. Gary R. Herbert issued an Executive Order this afternoon moving much of Utah to Low Health Risk Status, or Yellow, effective at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, May 16.  While most counties in the state …