Wendover, UT, COVID-19 Updates

Public Announcement from the City of Wendover:

Here at the City of Wendover, the Mayor and city staff have been monitoring all the COVID-19 updates. At this time the city is following the instructions presented by both Governor Herbert and the Tooele County Health Department and enforcing the current bans and stipulations and are in effect until April 1st, 2020, unless further extended.

Restaurants are to discontinue dine-in and are to only allow curbside, drive through, take-out and delivery. Gyms and fitness centers are to remain closed until further notice.

Motels will remain open. However, there is to be no continental breakfast and dining areas inside are to remain closed.

Hair and nail salons, we ask that if your client appears to be sick or calls in sounding sick to reschedule and also to please inquire about their most recent traveling and if the customer has been in an area where a case was reported to reschedule them for a later date.

We ask all business owners that if your employee is sick or appears to be sick to be diligent and allow the employee to stay home to help in slowing the possible spread of the virus.

The city would also like to advise people to avoid non-essential travel and to remember the state has prohibited public gatherings of 11 or more individuals.

Mayor Mike Crawford and Public Safety Director Ken Quirk have been working with our local businesses and citizens to help ease the confusion. This has been a tough time for us all and we ask to be patient and try to follow the emergency protocols.