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City Hall
160 S Main
Farmington, Utah 84025
801-451-2383

 

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1.21.21 UPDATE

Utah COVID-19 Vaccine Information

To help keep Utahns informed about the vaccine, to educate them about its importance, and to keep the public up to date with the latest information about COVID-19 and Utah’s vaccination plan, the state of Utah COVID-19 Response Team is starting an email series.

Vaccinations are critical to ending the pandemic, but it will take several months to get enough vaccines to make them broadly available to all Utahns. The vaccine is the pathway to getting back to normal.

The go-to Utah source for COVID-19 vaccine information is this website: https://coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine.
Helpful, current articles about vaccine effectiveness and safety can be found here: https://coronavirus.utah.gov/blog/#.

Utah Isolation & Quarantine Care Booklets

"What to do if you are in quarantine or isolation" (aka, the "care" booklets) have been updated in 7 new languages (Arabic, Mandarin, Nepali, Somali, Spanish, Thai, Vietnamese). The pdfs can be downloaded at: https://coronavirus.utah.gov/multilingual-resources.

Davis County COVID-19 Educational Materials

Our educational materials for those who test positive or those who are exposed to COVID-19 have been updated with the new quarantine guidelines. Documents are found on our website at this link: https://www.daviscountyutah.gov/health/covid-19/protect-yourself.

Davis County is currently at a HIGH transmission level for COVID-19.

To help minimize customer interactions and time spent in the various city buildings, we are encouraging all residents to handle their city business online as much as possible.  The city buildings will remain open but will have minimal staffing.

With the growing concern of COVID-19, Farmington City is asking everyone to be considerate of others.

  • Remember to keep physical distance and separation of at least six feet.
  • Wear masks when required to do so to help alleviate others’ concerns.
  • Be mindful of others whose health may be undetectably compromised.
  • Engage in regular and frequent hand washing.
  • Avoid handshaking or unnecessary physical contact.

We would like to thank you for your patience and cooperation during this COVID-19 pandemic.