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KZMU News: Thursday May 28, 2020

By May 28, 2020 No Comments
As Grand County’s nearby national parks reopen to limited recreational access on Friday, local governing bodies will convene to discuss a potential timed entry system at popular Arches. Other public lands destinations like Rocky Mountain and Yosemite National Parks are planning similar strategies to limit capacity as visitors flock to fresh air and outdoor recreation during the health pandemic. Plus, we check in with Moab Regional Hospital CEO Jen Sadoff and later the Southeast Utah Health Department’s Bradon Bradford about the increase in local positive COVID-19 cases.
 
Show Notes:

5/29 Special Joint Grand County Council, Moab City Council, and Town of Castle Valley Meeting re: Arches Timed Entry System
moabcity.org/AgendaCenter/ViewF…enda/_05292020-942
Arches and Canyonlands National Parks Will Begin to Increase Recreational Access
www.nps.gov/arch/learn/news/news051120.htm
Moab Regional Hospital COVID-19 Information
mrhmoab.org/coronavirus-updates/
Southeast Utah Health Department COVID-19 Information
www.seuhealth.com/covid-19

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