COVID-19 Community Response
Here you will find up-to-date COVID-19 information and other useful resources for our Pacific Islander Communities.
Letʻs work together to keep our families safe and our community healthy.
How is Our Community Being Impacted?
Last Updated 07/05/2020 @ 4:24pm
State of Utah
945 Pacific Islanders have contracted COVID-19 (2nd highest infection rate of all races/ethnicities, 1984.9 cases per 100,000 population)
18 new Pacific Islander cases in the last 24 hours; 686 cases in the last 46 days
The Pacific Islander case rate is 2.5 times higher than the overall statewide rate (789.3 cases per 100,000 population statewide)
104 Pacific Islanders have been hospitalized for COVID-19 (2nd highest hospitalization rate of all races/ethnicities, 110.1 hospitalizations per 1,000 cases)
1 new Pacific Islander hospitalized in the last 24 hours; 68 hospitalizations in the last 46 days
The Pacific islander hospitalization rate is 1.7 times higher than the overall statewide rate (63.4 hospitalizations per 1,000 cases statewide)
11 Pacific Islanders have died of COVID-19 in Utah (11.6 deaths per 1,000 cases)
The Pacific Islander death rate is 1.6 times higher than the overall statewide rate (7.4 deaths per 1,000 cases statewide)
Salt Lake County
2877.8 cases per 100,000 population (Highest infection rate of all races/ethnicities); increase from 2803.4/100K population on 07/03/2020
The Pacific Islander case rate is 3.7 times higher than the White community (769.3 cases per 100,000 population in SL County)
COVID-19 TESTING LOCATIONS
STATEWIDE TESTING SITE LOCATOR - https://coronavirus.utah.gov/utah-covid-19-testing-locations/
WELLNESS BUS MOBILE TESTING - Appointments are highly recommended, please call 801.747.9547 or 801.413.3248 for appointments and information (Spanish line: 801.436.7118). Starting July 8, the scheduling number will be 801 587 0712.
Monday - West Valley City (9:00am - 1:00pm) Centennial Park, 5600 W 3100 S)
Tuesday - South Salt Lake (9:00am - 1:00pm) Central Park Community Center, 2797 S 200 E
Thursday - Glendale/SLC (9:00am - 1:00pm) Sorenson Unity Center, 1383 S 900 W
MID-VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC - Please visit the website or call 801.417.0131 for appointments and information.
Tuesdays - (10:00am - 2:00pm) Mid-Valley Clinic, 8446 S. Harrison Street, Midvale
Wednesdays - (10:00am - 2:00pm) Mid-Valley Clinic, 8446 S. Harrison Street, Midvale
GRANGER MEDICAL TESTING SITES - Please visit the website or call 801.965.3684 for appointments and information
INTERMOUNTAIN HEALTHCARE TESTING SITES- Please visit the website or call 844.442.5224 for appointments and information.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH TESTING SITES- Please visit the website or call 844.745.9325 for appointments and information.
NEED A MASK? “A Mask for Every Utahn” is a state of Utah initiative, in partnership with the Utah Manufacturers Association, to help Utahns who may not have a face mask and are returning to the workplace or going out in public. The state will provide one mask to each resident who needs one, and will mail — upon request, once, and free of charge — up to six masks to each Utah mailing address.
UTAH PACIFIC ISLANDER COMMUNITY CONTACTS & RESOURCES
Feel free to use and adapt this list of community contacts and resources for your own purposes.
Included in this contact list, we have compiled a list of state, county, and local resources that are available for you. Included in this document are resources for the following:
Resources in Pacific Islander Languages
Healthcare and COVID-19 testing
Food, utilities, jobs
Children and Families
Populations with unique needs
PLEASE email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any suggestions for other resources, or if you/ your organization would like to be listed as a community contact.
IN THE NEWS
STATE & LOCAL UPDATES
COVID-19 SAFE PRACTICES
Stay at least 6 feet away from other people
Stay home when possible
WEAR A MASK
Make sure it covers your nose and mouth
Do not remove it when talking
Wash your hands with warm, soapy water for at least 30 seconds
Avoid touching your mouth, nose, and eyes
Use credible information from places such as health department websites, CDC, and other reputable sources