Governor Herbert extends stay home-stay safe directive
Governor Herbert says his current directive for Utahns to stay home and stay safe will be in effect until the end of the month.
The governor said yesterday that if Utahns follow the guidelines and restrictions in place, the state can start moving toward lifting emergency directives next month.
That would allow him and other government leaders to focus on measures to help state businesses recover while getting Utahns back to work.
But Herbert said he will extend his emergency directives for as long as necessary if the data shows further spread of the virus in the state.
Herbert says his decisions about how to handle the coronavirus emergency are being driven by facts