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GOOD FOR YOU.
GOOD FOR UTAH.

Together we can slow the spread of coronavirus, help create new jobs, embrace local culture, support other Utahns, and enrich the economy.



GOOD FOR YOU.
GOOD FOR UTAH.

Together we can slow the spread of coronavirus, help create new jobs, embrace local culture, support other Utahns, and enrich the economy.



GOOD FOR YOU.
GOOD FOR UTAH.

Together we can slow the spread of coronavirus, help create new jobs, embrace local culture, support other Utahns, and enrich the economy.



GOOD FOR YOU.
GOOD FOR UTAH.

Together we can slow the spread of coronavirus, help create new jobs, embrace local culture, support other Utahns, and enrich the economy.



#InUtah is about supporting healthy choices and boosting Utah’s economy. It’s for everyone who stands with Utah business.

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For Mckenna Sontag, bonsai was a hobby before she started her business Bonsai Bai Me. She would casually get together with her friends and do it for fun, but she never imagined her hobby would turn into a business.  Starting in 2022, she took some time to re-evaluate...

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Coronavirus.Utah.gov

The state of Utah has created various programs and initiatives to inform Utahns about the COVID-19 pandemic and the state’s response. Coronavirus.Utah.gov is the state’s one-stop-shop for all public health coronavirus information.

COVID-19 Transmission Index

The state’s COVID-19 Transmission Index helps protect Utah communities.

The Transmission Index outlines the metrics used to determine which counties are placed in high, moderate, or low transmission levels, corresponding to case rates, positivity rates, and ICU utilization.

Data is analyzed weekly, and counties will be placed into a transmission level each Thursday. Changes from a lower to a higher level may occur weekly, and changes from a higher to a lower level, when certain thresholds are met, may occur after 14 days.

This data-driven index helps Utahns understand the risk of coronavirus transmission. Important health behaviors — based on epidemiology and medical science — are outlined at each level to protect yourself, your family, and your community from COVID-19.

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