For anyone coming to Salt Lake, we hope to answer concerns or questions you might have, give ideas for things to do while you’re here, address any meeting or convention updates and safety protocols/travel restrictions.
Current Status/Travel Restrictions
Utah now uses the CDC Community Levels tool to help everyone identify when a community is facing low, moderate, or high risk from COVID-19. Since the tool uses counties, here are some of the Utah counties and the cities in them to help you:
- Salt Lake County: All of the cities featured in our neighborhoods
- Summit County - Park City, Kamas
- Wasatch County - Heber, Midway
- Utah County - Provo, Orem, Springville
- Weber County - Bountiful, Antelope Island (Great Salt Lake)
- Davis County - Ogden
If you are traveling to Utah from another U.S. state, there are currently no travel restrictions or quarantine requirements if you are healthy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are masks required?
What is open in Salt Lake City?
Where can I get a COVID-19 test?
We understand that many places require a COVID-19 test within a couple of days or less before you can travel back to that location. The State of Utah has a comprehensive list of available testing sites
To make sure that the test you take meets your requirements, please check the guidelines for your location and then call the testing site(s) you are interested in using. They can verify what kind of test(s) they offer and how long it will take for the results to be available.Find COVID-19 testing locations
Other questions relating to travel to Utah can be answered on Utah state’s Coronavirus FAQ page under the Travel section.
If you're looking for outdoor opportunities, Salt Lake is the right place. We have trails, parks and outdoor attractions ready to meet your comfort levels.
Most attractions in Salt Lake are open including zoos, gardens, theme and water parks, Olympic venues, and historic sites. Search through our Salt Lake offerings to check individual attraction’s web pages for up-to-date information and mask and social distancing policies.
Please note that most attractions on Temple Square are closed due to renovation.
There are over 60 national and state parks within a few hours drive of Salt Lake, making it a perfect place to jump off for a socially distanced get away in beautiful locales. Be sure to read through the current alert information for Utah’s National Parks or the most updated information for Utah’s State Parks before you go.
Attendee health and safety is a priority to everyone in Salt Lake County. Operations at the airport, hotels and convention center are all in compliance with the health department guidelines.
The Global Biorisk Advisory Council’s STAR credential is becoming the industry’s standard when it comes to keeping your attendees safe. Visit Salt Lake is working with the GBAC to certify the airport, major hotels, arenas and meeting venues to make Salt Lake the world’s safest destination in the face of the pandemic.
With the most recent updates from the State and County, The Salt Palace Convention Center and Mountain America Exposition Center are open. You can find the most recent operating updates on this live document.
From the moment you check in to when you reach the baggage claim, you will experience a new standard of care. Our Delta CareStandard focuses on keeping surfaces clean, giving you more space, and offering safer service and personal care at every point in your journey. So when you’re ready to fly, know that a safer, cleaner, and more flexible experience is waiting.
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