Local COVID_19

Amateur Radio Newsline headlines for Ham Nation. March 18, 2020.

Local COVID_19 Updates

Trying a couple of ideas for this page, bear with us:

Newest SEUHD Covid Count

For starters, here is a link to the latest Public Health Order for Carbon, Emery, and Grand Counties:

3/31/2020 Carbon/Emery/Grand

The link above should bring up a PDF of the Order

The updated Public Health Order goes into effect immediately (full update of Order can be found above). Below are some key points for this update.
Closes Hair and beauty salons and parlors, nail salons, barber shops, body art establishments, massage and tanning facilities, etc. (Section 6)
    • Adds guidance for construction crews and sites. (Section 7) 
    • Clarifies that residents may camp in counties of their own residence. (Section 3)
    • Clarifies that overnight lodging facilities may allow one-night stays for travelers with emergency needs or fatigue. (Section 3)
    • Expires at 11:59 p.m. on April 15th, 2020 unless renewed after further review. 
    • Amendments to be Expected May 1, 2020
       Utah Moving to Low Risk (Yellow) Phase

      TIMELINE: The order will be in effect until May 25th, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.
       
      Food Establishments:
      ALL COUNTIES: Indoor and outdoor dining is limited to 6 foot spacing between parties. 
      CAMPING: 
       
      CARBON & EMERY COUNTIES: Removes restrictions, increased sanitation practices. Social distancing should still be practiced.
       
      GRAND COUNTY: Available for essential visitors, primary residents of Grand County, and primary residents of Green River, Utah. Social distancing should still be practiced and no camps consisting of more than 10 people, unless all are of the same immediate family.
      OVERNIGHT LODGING:

      CARBON & EMERY COUNTIES: Removes restrictions with increased sanitation practices.

      GRAND COUNTY:
       

      Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts, Hostels
      Reservations allowed with occupancy limitations based on the size of the facility. A 72-Hour Rest Period is required based on scientific studies indicating that the COVID-19 virus can remain stable on certain surfaces for up to three (3) days (i.e., 72 hours).
      0-20 rooms:   full occupancy permitted.
      21-50 rooms: 20 rooms plus 50% of rooms 21-50 may be occupied.
      51+ rooms: 35 rooms plus 25% of rooms in excess of 51 may be occupied.
      Commercial Campgrounds, Recreational Vehicle (RV) Parks
       
      ● Permissible occupancy for RV and tent sites is 50% capacity and 30% for cabins.
    • Latest Phased Guidlines for SEU Health District

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