Covid 19 Moab Utah

Current Moab Status – UPDATED December 11, 2020

  • Arches National Park
    • Trails, Overlooks, Campground, Bookstore & Visitor Services (Outside) – Open
    • Fiery Furnace (Ranger-Led Hikes & Individual Permits) and Backcountry Camping – Closed
  • Canyonlands National Park – Trails, Overlooks, Campground, Bookstore & Visitor Services (Outside) – Open
  • Dead Horse Point State Park – Open
  • Trails (OHV/Hiking/Biking) on BLM Land – Open
  • Developed Campgrounds on BLM Land – Open
  • National Forest Developed Campgrounds: Warner Lake (excluding cabin), Oowah Lake, Mason Draw – Open
  • Commercial Campgrounds & RV Parks – Open
  • Overnight Accommodations (Hotels/Motels/B&B’s/Condos/Guest Homes) – Open
  • Restaurants – Open
  • Guides & Outfitters – Open
  • Equipment Rentals – Open
  • Vehicle Rentals – Open
  • Shops & Galleries – Open

May 1 2020 Update:

Per the Utah Health Dept. regarding Covid-19:

General – all lodging facilities shall:
● Keep a copy of the driver’s license, or other sufficient identification of the head of household for
each group checking in, for 30 days for the purposes of epidemiological tracking by the health
department, if needed. All records requested will be subject to HIPAA standards;
● Increase sanitation of common areas pursuant to recommendations of the health department;
● Provide and require use of face coverings for employees at all times during their shift. Guests
must wear face coverings while in indoor common areas or areas where social distancing
cannot be maintained;
● Enforce 6-foot social distancing guidelines in all common areas;
● Keep all convention rooms, meeting rooms and swimming pools/hot tubs closed;
● Serve all food in a takeout-style (grab and go) manner, with no dine-in or buffet-style dining.

See original document at:

https://www.kzmu.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Lodging-Requirements-Moderate-Risk-Phase.pdf

April 27 2020 Update:

RESTRICTIONS ON NIGHTLY RENTALS LIFTED ON MAY 2, 2020

Southeast Utah Health Department Is lifting the restrictions on nightly rentals May 2nd
As of April 27th restrictions imposed March 17th that closed all restaurants, bars and vacation rentals have been modified to allow for guests to arrive starting on Saturday, May 2nd.
Dining out will also be available under the safety guidelines imposed by the Southeast Utah Health Department. For more information see: https://www.seuhealth.com/covid-19

For further information from the State of Utah concerning phased reopening see the following: https://coronavirus-download.utah.gov/Health/Phased%20Health%20Guidelines%20Updated%2004%2022%202020.pdf Contact SEUHD with any questions.

To reach SEU contact — Jonathan Dutrow, REHS Environmental Health Scientist Southeast Utah Health Department Office: 435-259-5602

April 18 2020 news:

For your personal safety and peace of mind:
In this age of uncertainty with the fears over Corona Virus, we want to set your fears to rest. Our rental units not only have been sanitized for your safety, but we have also installed The Reme Halo air sanitizer into our 3 Moab town homes HVAC systems. The Reme Halo sanitizes every cubic inch of the air that the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system processes. It will remove the risks of airborne and surface bacteria, mold spores and virusessuch as COVID-19, MRSA, e-coli and Norwalk, to name a few. The Reme Halo air purifier is effective against all three categories of indoor air pollutants, Particulates, Microbials and Gases.The Reme Halo is a THOROUGHLY SAFE air and surface sanitizer.
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REME HALO® In-duct Air Purifier | RGFREME HALO ® In-duct Air Purifier. The award winning REME HALO ® is the next generation of indoor air quality (IAQ) technology. With increased ionized hydro-peroxide output and the enhanced catalyst with zinc it is capable of purifying every cubic inch of air that the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system reaches.www.rgf.com

Come and enjoy beautiful Moab once again. You will be safe and have peace of mind when you stay at our COVID-19 safe units.

ArrowVacationRentals.com

April 10 2020 Update:

From Southeast Utah Health Department

Click to go to SEU site

From Arrow Vacation Rentals and SouthEast Utah Health Department

Thanks and stay safe and healthy, Rolf and Pam Kappeli