USA, March 25, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) — Two states that share borders with Utah — Idaho and Colorado — have been placed under stay-at-home orders by their respective governors, Brad Little (Idaho) and Jared Polis (Colorado).
Idaho Gov. Little posted information on that state’s order in a 6 p.m. post on Twitter. Read the order below:
Colorado’s governor posted guidelines a graphic, shown below.
Earlier on Wednesday, Utah’s own Summit County was placed under the same order by county officials hoping to slow the spread of COVID-19. The tourism-based county took the step of asking current visitors and those planning visits to stay away.
It also asked those with secondary homes in Summit County to stay away. To read more about Summit County, click here.