Utah Department of Health Guidance
Frequently Asked Questions
Central Utah Public Health COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions. Click the link below to download the answers to questions most frequently asked about COVID-19.
Signed Public Health Order
STATE PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER
WHEREAS, on March 6, 2020, Governor Gary R. Herbert issued an Executive Order declaring a state of emergency due to novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19);
Where should I be sending parents who have child care needs following school closures?
What financial resources are available for parents to help offset the cost of childcare expenses?
Is there a contact in the Office of Child Care if we have questions?
Child Care Assistance Program (CHILD CARE SUBSIDIES), Staffing & Ratios, School Closures & Dismissals, Child Care Center Closures, Safety Measures
This document provides interim guidance specific to older populations (60 years old and older) during the outbreak of novel coronavirus disease 2019 (abbreviated “COVID-19”)…
Food Establishments – This document provides interim guidance for food establishments during the outbreak of novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) to ensure the health and safety of employees and customers.
Businesses – Can I establish temporary child care for my employees? If I set up temporary child care, what process do I need to follow? Is there someone I need to notify? …and more FAQ’s related to Child Care & COVID-19 for Businesses
SNAP Policy – Current SNAP policy applies a sanction to those who voluntarily quit their employment in some circumstances. To avoid any complications with your case, we recommend to not quit your employment. If you’re unable to attend work, inform your employer and allow them to react to your absence.