Utah's Health Guidance System

Color-Coded Risk Phases

Utah’s social distancing efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 have been working. Forward progress won’t be instant like flipping a switch. It’ll be more like gradually moving a dial.

A color-coded health guidance system has been developed by the State of Utah to guide health behaviors for individuals and businesses. Each level of the dial is guided by a rigorous measurement system which can be different by each region, county, city, or community. Find specific guidelines for your area below.

High-risk individuals operate under stricter instructions because they are more likely to suffer severe illness from COVID-19.

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\\  Masks required

Local Mask Requirements


Grand County
(effective 7/3)

Springdale
(effective 7/3)

Salt Lake County

Summit County



Cities in the Moderate-Risk (Orange) Phase


Salt Lake City


Orange Guidelines

Counties in the Low-Risk (Yellow) Phase


Box Elder
Cache
Carbon
Davis
Grand
Iron
Juab
Morgan
Rich
Salt Lake
San Juan
Sanpete
Sevier
Summit
Tooele
Utah
Wasatch
Washington
Weber


Yellow Guidelines

Counties in the New Normal (Green) Phase


Beaver
Daggett
Duchesne
Emery
Garfield
Kane
Millard
Piute
Uintah

Wayne


Green Guidelines

Utah Leads Together

Utah Leads Together is Governor Herbert’s comprehensive task force plan to mitigate the economic consequences of COVID-19. Utah leaders remain confident that as the COVID-19 pandemic ends, Utah will emerge even stronger. This plan provides clarity, confidence, and context for that recovery.

The plan has been introduced in volumes (referred to as versions) that are all meant to build on one another.

Volumes I, II and III of the Utah Leads Together plan presented economic phases, color-coded health guidance, instructions for high-risk individuals, recommendations from Utah’s multi-cultural communities, and initial plans for Utah’s next economy.

Volume IV of the Utah Leads Together plan, presents Utah’s economic recovery and revitalization plan.

Click here to read more about the plan
Phased Guidelines

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