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Governor Herbert has now changed Bluff to the Yellow Stage, which is a low level of risk for COVID-19. This means we are allowed to have groups of up to 50 persons with social distancing (6 foot apart) in public settings (think Fire Pit Fridays!). Face coverings should be worn when social distancing is difficult to maintain (in our office/store). All businesses are allowed to be open with reasonable precautions. Dine-in is now allowed in local restaurants, but some are still working through that process and only serving take-out.
For us, this means we can open bathrooms. However, we strongly encourage you to use your own private facilities in your camper. Increased cleaning schedules have been implemented to encourage a healthy environment for all.
The change to low risk doesn't mean we can relax our vigilance. We are still personally responsible to protect ourselves and each other with continuing frequent handwashing, cleaning high-touch areas more often, covering our sneezes/coughs and not touching our faces. Find an acceptable way to greet one another besides shaking hands...elbow bumps perhaps! :)
Any person exhibiting symptoms should self-isolate, avoiding contact with others. If you are having any symptoms of the Coronavirus, please do not enter our bathhouses or office/store.
High Risk Individuals should wear face coverings, avoid high-risk areas, maintain a 6-foot distance when visiting others, limit physical interactions with other high-risk individuals, limit social interactions to groups of 20 or fewer people outside household/residence and limit visits to hospitals, nursing homes or other residential care facilities.
Children should maintain social distancing in public settings, stay home if sick and limit interactions with other children in public spaces.