KZMU is committed to serving our community during this challenging time with reliable and current information. The following is a live resource guide, and will be updated regularly and consistently. To add information to this list please email KZMU’s News & Public Affairs Director,

***LAST PAGE UPDATE 4/01/20 at 8:30PM***


  • (4/1) Southeast Utah Health Department Announces first COVID-19 Case in Carbon County: local media + PSAs tab

Read the press release here: COVID-19 Carbon County First Case

  • (4/1) Utah Governor Orders ‘No Evictions’ in April: local media + PSAs tab

  • (4/1) Moab Library launches curbside pick-ups: community needs + assistance tab

  • (4/1) Southeast Utah Health Department amends order – closes beauty salons, enacts restrictions on construction crews, and more: closures and restrictions tab

  • (3/31) Hovenweep, Natural Bridges close to public beginning April 1: closures + restrictions tab

  • (3/30) Submit an overnight lodging noncompliance complaint in Grand County: closures + restrictions tab

  • (3/30) Moonflower Co-op launches pre-ordering and curbside grocery service: community needs + assistance tab

  • Food, essentials fundraiser for Navajo Nation and Hopi Reservation: community needs and assistance tab

  • Navajo Nation enacts curfew to curb COVID-19: closures and restrictions tab

  • (3/28) Moab Free Health Clinic establishes emergency fund for people struggling to pay for prescriptions: community needs + assistance tab

  • (3/28) Grocery shopping for seniors, those with pre-existing medical conditions: community needs + assistance tab

  • (3/27) Southeast Utah Health Department Announces First Positive COVID-19 Case: local media + PSAs tab

read the press release here:

  • (3/27) Governor Gary Herbert issues ‘stay home, stay safe’ directive to all Utahans: closures and restrictions tab, local media and PSAs tab

read the directive here:

  • (3/27) Multicultural Center launches ‘basic needs’ survey: community needs + assistance tab

Protect yourself and your community by:

* Avoiding close contact with people who are sick

*Practicing social distancing

*Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces

*Washing hands often with soap and water

Remember: Symptoms of COVID-19 can take up to two weeks to appear and people may be unknowingly infecting others. Please, if you must be exposed to other people make sure to physically distance yourself at least six feet away from them for your protection, and theirs.

What is Social Distancing?

What is Quarantine?

What is Self-Isolation?