Mask FAQs

A Mask for Every Utahn


Please, when you’re in public places, wear a mask. Doing so will help protect you and others as we work to keep Utah healthy and safe.

“A Mask for Every Utahn” is a state of Utah initiative, in partnership with the Utah Manufacturers Association, to help Utahns who may not have a face mask and are returning to the workplace or going out in public.

The mask initiative is for all Utahns who:
1) Don’t already have a face mask,
2) Aren’t able to make a face mask or get one from someone else, and
3) Aren’t able to purchase a face mask.

A Mask for Every Utahn


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The state will provide one mask to each resident who needs one, and will mail — upon request, once, and free of charge — up to six masks to each Utah mailing address. Additional details are provided below the order form.

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Details


  • Residents must request masks using the online form on coronavirus.utah.gov.
  • Only one shipment will be sent to each Utah residence.
  • We request that residents not take or request masks if they already have one or plan to receive one from another source unless they have a specific need.
  • Priority for receiving masks will go to workers who request masks and will soon be returning to work.

Masks are being manufactured at facilities throughout the state and supporting the continuation of 200 jobs throughout Utah. While the state has some masks ready to ship now, it may take four weeks receive new masks, and another week to complete shipments to Utah residents.

Masks will also be available for free to underserved populations through local emergency management centers, nonprofits serving the homeless and delivering meals to the hungry, and through grocery stores willing to distribute masks to customers. Nonprofits and grocery stores interested in partnering with the state should send an email with their information to mask@utah.gov.

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