SALT LAKE CITY (May 29, 2020) - In consultation with the Utah Department of Health and the local health departments, Gov. Gary R. Herbert has issued an Executive Order moving Grand County, West Valley City and Magna to low health risk status, or "yellow."
The Utah Department of Health on Thursday released new COVID-19 numbers revealing one more death and 343 more cases in the past 24 hours.
The hours of operation at University of Utah Health’s COVID-19 in-car testing sites will change to better meet the needs of patients and staff, officials announced Thursday.
Utah's unemployment numbers for the week of May 17 to 23 show that new claims are down 13 percent from the week before.
The Utah Department of Health on Thursday released new COVID-19 numbers revealing two more deaths and 215 more cases in the past 24 hours.
Breaking: Gov. Gary Herbert issues new executive order, updates guidelines for schools, businesses, social...
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has issued an executive order updating guidelines applicable for geographical areas in low health risk designation under Utah’s phased health guidance plan.
Tooele County health officials ban controversial Collin Raye concert protesting COVID-19 shutdown, previously banned...
A controversial concert first scheduled for a Kaysville venue, then moved to Tooele County after public outcry in Davis County, has now been banned by the Tooele County Health Department.
Select recreation centers will begin opening with modified operations Monday, in accordance with the state’s Utah Together plan and guidance from the Salt Lake County Health Department.
The Utah Department of Health on Wednesday released new COVID-19 numbers revealing 86 new documented cases in the past 24 hours, and four new deaths.
Two more Salt Lake City streets have been opened to pedestrians and bicyclists starting Wednesday.