COVID-19 Information and Updates
COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESOURCES
COVID Vaccination Information
Vaccinations are currently available for all Utahns age 16 years and older at Southeast Utah Health Department, Moab Regional Hospital, and City Market.
Moab Regional Hospital
Call 435-719-3998 to schedule
Covid Vaccination FAQ
Utah Department of Health Fact Sheet
The Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS) offices are closed to the public but workers are conducting business and providing help during regular business hours. The agency strongly encourages people to use its telephone and online tools as much as possible, including live online chat during business hours.
DWS provides information and assistance for a variety of needs including:
- Food Assistance
- Child Care
- Energy Assistance
- Medical Assistance
- Rent and Eviction Information
For complete information and instructions visit the
City of Moab Update
January 10, 2022
Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases and the spread of the Omicron variant in Grand County some staff are currently working remotely or in the office in a limited capacity,
The Treasurer's office remains open during regular business hours for questions, licensing and bill payments.
Please make an appointment if you need to conduct City business with the Planning, Engineering, or Recorder offices. (See contact information below)
City of Moab facilities remain open to the public. City Council meetings will be held electronically via Zoom until further notice. To view City Council and other board agendas visit the Agenda Center. The agendas also include a link to submit Citizen To Be Heard comments. Council and board meetings can be viewed on the City’s YouTube channel.
Mask Policy - Masks Required in City Facilities
Masks are still required in all City of Moab facilities for staff and members of the public. Social distancing – maintaining at least 6 feet between individuals wherever possible – is also required.
This decision has been made out of an abundance of caution and based on CDC guidelines as well as recommendations from local medical experts. The State Health Department continues to list Grand County in the High Transmission Level for COVID-19 infection rates.
COVID-19 infection rates are once again climbing across the country, largely due to the spread of the Omicron and Delta variants. These variants are far more contagious than the original COVID-19 virus and hospitalizations are increasing, even in our community, especially for unvaccinated individuals. In some cases, vaccinated people are also contracting the virus – although the health effects are generally far less severe.
Masks and social distancing are proven to help slow the spread of all variants of the virus to keep staff and our community safe, please follow these new mask guidelines as long as they remain in effect.
Exceptions to the mask requirement include:
- Individuals with specific medical conditions;
- When communicating as or with an individual who is deaf or hard of hearing if the speaker wears a face shield or uses alternative protection such as a plexiglass barrier;
- When needed to confirm an identity
- While outdoors and maintaining a physical distance of at least six feet from any individual from a different household; and
- Children younger than three years old.
To make an appointment or for information contact the department:
State of Utah COVID-19 Transmission Index
Complete details about the transmission index, COVID-19 testing, vaccine timelines for the state and Utah Department of Health safety guidelines are available HERE
Grand County is in the "High"
Remember: Keep at least 6 feet between you and others to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and wear a face covering as a precaution.
Note: Private businesses, at their discretion, may still require patrons and employees to wear masks.
Feeling ill? Think you might have COVID-19?
CALL BEFORE YOU GO
Moab Regional Hospital has set up a 24/7 Coronavirus Hotline - 435-719-3998. The Hotline is staffed by a hospital nurse. If you believe you may have COVID-19, please call the MRH Hotline before going to the hospital.
Other COVID-19 Resources
Centers for Disease Control (CDC): Website
World Health Organization: Website
Utah Coronavirus Task Force: Website
Utah Department of Health: Website
Southeast Utah Health Department: Website