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Salt Lake County Health Department promotes and protects community and environmental health.
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Salt Lake Health Aug 12
¿Vive en 84104 o 84116? Si tiene síntomas o ha estado en contacto con alguien que tiene , usted es elegible para la prueba sin costo mañana en Rose Park Elementary de 4pm a 7pm. ¿Está afuera del área? Busque pruebas gratuitas cerca de usted en .
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Salt Lake Health Aug 12
Live in zip codes 84104 or 84116? If you show symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has , you are eligible for no-cost testing on Aug 13th at Rose Park Elementary from 4pm-7pm. Outside the area? Find no-cost testing nearby at .
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Salt Lake Health Aug 7
Usted puede propagar a través de sus gotas respiratorias incluso si se siente saludable; haga todo lo posible para proteger a quienes lo rodean. Las cubiertas faciales y el distanciamiento social reducen en gran medida la posibilidad de que sus gotas lleguen a otros.
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Salt Lake Health Aug 7
You can spread COVID-19 through your respiratory droplets even if you feel healthy, so do all you can to protect those around you. Face coverings and social distancing greatly lower the chance of your droplets reaching others. Practice
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Salt Lake Health Aug 6
Replying to @RobertGehrke
Our investigation is ongoing.
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Salt Lake Health Aug 6
Ill or in contact with someone who is? If you live in one of these listed areas of , get tested for at no cost to you on Sunday, August 9, from 9:00a to 1:00pm at the Maverik Center.
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Salt Lake Health Aug 6
¿Está enfermo o ha estado en contacto con alguien que está enfermo? Si vive en un área de que está en la lista, hágase la prueba de sin costo para usted el domingo 9 de agosto, de 9a a 1p en el Centro Maverik.
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Salt Lake Health Aug 4
We were made aware of this situation this morning via a public complaint and are investigating.
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Salt Lake Health Aug 3
Replying to @FatherUtah
Face coverings are required, gloves are if directly handling ready-to-eat foods (during COVID times or not). You can report violations here:
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State of Utah COVID-19 Response Jul 31
Public health workers are trained to help you with COVID-19. If you test positive or have been exposed to COVID-19, please respond if the health dept contacts you.
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Salt Lake Health Jul 28
¿Expuesto a alguien con ? Debe proteger a otros con una cuarentena de 14 días. Los síntomas pueden aparecer rápidamente en cualquier momento en este período, no importa si el resultado fue negativo al comienzo de la cuarentena.
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Salt Lake Health Jul 28
If you've been exposed to someone with , you need to protect those around you by quarantining for 14 days. Symptoms can suddenly appear at any point during this period—even if you tested negative early in your quarantine.
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Salt Lake Health Jul 27
Replying to @WasonGrace
They've been operating since July 7; disproportionately affected communities have been invited to attend them via direct outreach from local organizations in the communities.
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Salt Lake County Jul 22
Since mandating masks in , we have seen a clear decrease in the number of cases relative to the rest of the State. The data are clear, but the virus doesn’t care about county boundaries. Keep it up!
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Mayor Jenny Wilson Jul 22
Preliminary results are pretty clear. Face coverings work. We are slowing the spread of the virus in Salt Lake County. Keep at it, don’t let up, we will get through this pandemic together.
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Salt Lake Health Jul 22
Working for the greater good means each of us use every tool we can to help stop the spread of . Do what's proven to protect others: wear a face covering, social distance, frequently disinfect, and stay home when sick.
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Salt Lake Health Jul 21
Replying to @JaimeVelo
Our face covering mandate still applies throughout Salt Lake County. As far as having recovered—it's still a good idea to use a face covering because we're still learning whether it's possible to catch COVID-19 for the 2nd time.
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Utah Dept. of Health Jul 20
While COVID-19 has captured much of the state’s attention, public health officials across Utah are reminding all residents who plan to spend some or all of the upcoming holiday weekend outside to protect themselves from mosquito bites.
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Jenny Wilson Jul 17
Feeling great about the results of Salt Lake County’s face covering mandate as the data rolls in. It’s a simple thing that is making a difference and keeping us safer.
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Salt Lake County Jul 17
Do you have a favorite memory of the first play or musical you saw? What did you see? Who were you with? How did it inspire you? We’d love to hear about your experience!
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