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COVID-19 and South Salt Lake's Resonse

On March 11, 2020 the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a global pandemic. Throughout the pandemic, South Salt Lake has taken precautions to ensure the safety of our community members while continuing to provide essential services.

As COVID-19 case counts have declined in recent months with the rise of vaccination rates, the City has begun to reopen and reinstate community programs and events. As of June 1, 2021, all city facilities have been reopened to the public. In accordance with CDC guidelines, fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear face coverings or social distance in city facilities. However, unvaccinated individuals will still be required to wear face coverings in city facilites.

Current Operational Guidelines

While the City has begun to reopen, we will continue to moniter COVID-19 cases and take steps to prevent transmission in our communities. The City of South Salt Lake -- and the State of Utah -- are operating under the updated COVID-19 Transmission Index. This index allows for greater flexibility when analyzing rapidly-evolving transmission data, and will place counties in High, Moderate or Low transmission levels based solely on that data. We will continue to take guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Salt Lake County Health Department as we determine our response to the continually evolving pandemic.  

COVID-19 Resources

Click here for helpful resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic. For further resources and information, click on the links to the left and right of this text window.

Symptoms of COVID-19

Although COVID-19 case counts have declined, it is still possible to contract coronavirus. If you are displaying symptoms, call the Utah Coronavirus Hotline 1-800-456-7707, contact your healthcare provider, or click here to find a testing location near you. Please don’t show up to your doctor unannounced if you are experiencing symptoms. Call first to discuss your symptoms and get directions before putting yourself and others in jeopardy.

COVID-19 Symptoms