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As public health emergencies intensify around the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs is working closely with other state and local agencies to elevate the unique concerns and impacts that the outbreak has on underserved, underrepresented, and systemically marginalized populations. 


We want to ensure that all of our communities understand the current recommended precautions to keep Utahns safe and mitigate the risk of exposure.

The Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs urges Utahns to consider and work towards the following:

  • Be flexible, inclusive, and culturally appropriate in your actions and communication.
  • Actively dispel xenophobic misinformation that COVID-19 is linked to individuals of a specific ethnicity, race, or national origin.
  • Respond to this crisis with unity and compassion.
  • Remember we are all only as safe as those members of our community who are most underserved.

Explore Resources

We will continue to work with state and local partners to encourage that practices and policies to address COVID-19 are culturally inclusive and mindful of our marginalized communities. Please also see the resources below that may be helpful in navigating this situation. 

State Resources

The State of Utah has been responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by centralizing information and combining efforts.  Here are a few resources to refer to:


Follow these social media pages to receive frequent COVID-19 updates from the state. 


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The Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs regularly updates their social media channels with resources and announcements. 

 Community-Based Resources

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Social Services 

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Stay Safe. Stay Informed. 

What You can Do to Stay Healthy

Everyone can take steps to stop the spread of disease. Click on the button below for ways to protect yourself and loved ones as recommended by the State of Utah's COVID-19 Response.

Protect Yourself

Physical Distancing & Mental Health

Public health officials have advised that individuals practice physical distancing or limiting physical interactions to decrease potential of COVID-19 spread. Please take time to assess your emotional and mental health accordingly. 

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Healthcare Access & Testing

If you believe you have been exposed or have symptoms associated with COVID-19, please see testing resources below and limit your physical contact with others.  

Please use certified telemedicine services such as, the official COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-456-7707 if you have any questions, so as to not overload hospitals at this time.

News Alerts

The situation is always changing. The following are news resources to help you stay informed.