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Mandatory order emphasizes the importance of staying safe at home, closes some businesses and requires other businesses to more stringently follow social distancing recommendations. More information
Salt Lake County's Multi-Point COVID-19 Response Strategy
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SLCoHD Declares Public Health Emergency, Limits Some Business Operations
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In an effort to protect unsheltered individuals in Salt Lake County from the spread of COVID-19, our existing homeless outreach efforts are evolving to better meet the immediate needs of our community.
Salt Lake County – Salt Lake County (SLCo) is working diligently in partnership with Salt Lake City, the state, service providers, the Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness, and other partners, to protect vulnerable populations from COVID-19 with a specific focus on individuals experiencing homelessness.
(SALT LAKE COUNTY)—Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) today declared a public health emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Immediately following the declaration, SLCoHD issued a health order, effective at 11:00 p.m. today, March 16, regarding business operations in the county, including specifics for the food and beverage industry
All Salt Lake County Arts venues – Abravanel Hall, Capitol Theatre, Eccles Theater, and the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center – are closing for performances effective immediately today, March 12, through March 31. We are working with all of the shows scheduled during this time to determine the process for event rescheduling or ticket exchanges and/or refunds. If you purchased tickets through ArtTix, you will be notified via email on what to do.
Are your children curious about science and art? Little learners will build and explore with hands-on play and fun experiments that develop a better understanding of the world around them at the County Library’s third-annual Get Curious event.
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