Summit County Residents Ordered to Shelter-In-Place

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The order goes into effect Friday, March 27, at 12:01 a.m. Non-essential visitors are asked to leave and non-essential businesses will close. Residents will be required to stay at home except for essential trips for food or medication, or for medical appointments. Outdoor activities are allowed with required social distancing.

Second Case Confirmed in Southwest Utah

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The Southwest Utah Public Health Department has confirmed a positive case of COVID-19 in Washington County. The individual is an adult who is receiving medical care. This case appears to be travel-related.

First Death From COVID-19 Reported


The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) and Mountainstar HCA today announced the state’s first COVID-19-related death. At the time of their death, the patient was being treated at Lakeview Hospital. The patient is a male, was older than 60 and was a resident of Davis County. He had underlying medical conditions, and was hospitalized for two days prior to his death.

Weber State Announces First Case

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A student-athlete at Weber State University has tested positive for COVID-19, university officials announced Saturday. The student is self-isolating.

UDOH Update for March 18, 2020


Today, Utah is reporting 63 total cases statewide. Utah residents account for 53 of these cases, visitors account for the remaining 10.

Utah County Confirms First Resident Case

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The Utah County Health Department announced Tuesday afternoon that an adult male over the age of 18 has tested positive for COVID-19. The patient appears to have contracted the virus through community spread. No other details are being released about the patient.

Bear River Reports First Case

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The Bear River Health Department announced today that we have our first confirmed case of COVID-19. The details of this case are still being investigated but do appear to be the result of exposure to a known case in Salt Lake County.