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Wasatch County HD retweeted
U.S. Surgeon General May 13
Wearing face coverings in most non medical situations isn’t to protect healthy wearers from -it’s to keep people w/ virus from spreading it to others. I wear my face covering to protect you & you wear yours to protect me. We are all in this together!
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Wasatch County HD Mar 31
Please direct questions about this order to the phone number 435-657-3276
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Wasatch County HD Mar 30
Replying to @WasatchCountyHD
The phone number for questions about this order is 435-657-3276
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Wasatch County HD Mar 30
Replying to @BenWinslow @fox13
We are referring everyone to the county's coronavirus website (). That website should be working. Let us know if it isn't. Thanks for spreading the word!
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Wasatch County HD Mar 30
Wasatch County Issues Public Health Order: "Stay Safe Stay Home!" The order is effective as soon as possible but no later than 7:00 am on April 1st and remains in effect until April 14, 2020. Visit to view the order. Hotline to answer questions coming soon
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Summit County Health - Utah Mar 24
What CAN you do at this time of social distancing? Enjoy the great outdoors while practicing social distancing from others. Bike, hike or even start preparing your garden.
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TriCounty Health Department Mar 21
Remember there is help for those experiencing financial harships due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Workforce Services can help with unemployment option and what you can do during this time. Follow this link for more information
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Utah Division of Emergency Management (Utah DEM) Mar 18
Replying to @UtahEmergency
There are rumors out there that earthquakes can be predicted. They cannot be predicted, however, we expect that the earthquake we felt today was the largest one of the sequence. That is true in 95% of earthquakes.
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Wasatch County HD Mar 17
Replying to @WasatchCountyHD
The correction is in regards to recommendations for public gathering places such as gyms, health clubs, recreational facilities, churches, performance clubs, etc.
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Wasatch County HD Mar 17
Replying to @WasatchCountyHD
There was an error in the original press release. See the attached press release for the corrected version
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Wasatch County HD Mar 17
The Wasatch County Health Department announces an additional case of COVID-19 as well as a resolution by the Wasatch County Board of Health to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Visit for more details.
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Wasatch County HD Mar 16
The first case of COVID-19 in Wasatch County has been confirmed. The health department is continuing the investigation and working with the Wasatch County School District. Visit for details.
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Utah COVID-19 Community Task Force Mar 14
Replying to @UtahCoronavirus
Please avoid going to hospitals and clinics for COVID-19 testing if symptoms aren’t present. Instead, use telehealth or call your healthcare provider to find out if testing is necessary so that hospitals, clinics, and ERs and not overloaded.
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Gov. Gary Herbert Mar 12
In conjunction with the Utah COVID-19 Community Task Force, and Local Departments of Health we recommend the following measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19:
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U.S. Surgeon General Mar 8
Americans: if you are sick with fever/cough/ flu symptoms, please don’t go to work! Employers: PLEASE understand giving your employees flexibility and (paid) sick leave will save you money in the long run- it’s much cheaper than shutting down because everyone else gets sick!
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U.S. Surgeon General Feb 29
Seriously people- STOP BUYING MASKS! They are NOT effective in preventing general public from catching , but if healthcare providers can’t get them to care for sick patients, it puts them and our communities at risk!
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Utah Dept. of Health Mar 3
If you're worried about whether you may have , please call our Utah Coronavirus Information Line at 1-800-456-7707. Thank you for making this happen.
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FOX 13 News Utah Mar 2
The U.S. Surgeon General is urging Americans to "stop buying masks," saying that they're not effective in preventing the general public from catching the novel coronavirus and it depletes the supply for those who really need them.​​
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UtahDWR Oct 16
MYTH: Algal blooms only occur during hot summer weather. TRUTH: Algal blooms can persist throughout the fall and winter and continue to pose a potential threat to humans and pets. Here's what waterfowl hunter should watch for:
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Wasatch County HD Aug 30
Replying to @WasatchCountyHD
Officials urge those visiting the reservoir to avoid swimming or water skiing in any areas with visible algae scum. Conditions on the reservoir are variable and the levels of harmful algae may move or disperse with changes in weather. Areas without scum are considered safe.
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