COVID-19 Health Orders

Current Teton County-Specific Health Orders:

Click here to view Teton District Health Officer Public Health Order #20-4, limiting gatherings to only individuals in your household. For an easy-to-read press release regarding the order, click here. Presione aquí para obtender una version en español del comunicado de prensa con respecto a esta orden. Click here to read the exception to this order, allowing for childcare centers to remain open if they are caring for children of essential workers. 

To see superseded Public Health Orders, scroll to the bottom of this page. 

Recommendations from the Teton District Health Officer: 

The Teton District Health Officer has issued seven (7) recommendations. Recommendations are guidelines and are not enforceable as law. Recommendations #1, #2, and #5 have all now been superseded by public health orders. Recommendation #3 has been superseded by Recommendation #6. 

The Teton Health District Officer is still recommending the following:

Recommendation #4: That visitors to Teton County, Wyoming are requested to return home immediately upon the issuance of this Recommendation by the fastest and safest available means, and persons considering visiting Teton County, Wyoming should remain home. Non-resident homeowners are strongly encouraged to leave or to not travel to Teton County, Wyoming. Click here to see the original, signed document. Presione aquí para obtender una version en español. 

Recommendation #6: That residents of Teton County, Wyoming who leave the geographic area of the State of Wyoming, Bonneville County, Idaho, and Teton County, Idaho and any visitors that visit Teton County, Wyoming from outside that geographic area should limit movement and gathering with other individuals who are not their immediate family upon their return to Teton County, Wyoming. Persons should leave their residences only to perform Essential Activities for a period of self-isolation lasting at least fourteen days or self-isolation until any fever or respiratory illness has resolved and they have returned to normal health for at least three days, whichever is longer. Click here to see the original, signed document. Presione aquí para obtender una version en español.

Recommendation #7: That individuals wear cloth face coverings while in public, particularly when physical distancing measures cannot be relied upon, such as at the grocery store or pharmacy. Click here to see the original, signed document. 

State-wide Health Orders:

Click here to read the continuation for health order #1, extending the order until April 30th, 2020. Click here to view state-wide health order #1 closing "bars, restaurants, theaters, gymnasiums, child care facilities, k-12 schools, colleges, universities, and trade schools."

Click here to read the continuation for health order #2, extending the order until April 30th, 2020. Click here to view state-wide health order #2 "forbidding gatherings of 10 people or more." 

Click here to read the continuation for health order #3, extending the order until April 30th, 2020. Click here to view state-wide health order #3 temporarily closing nail salons, hair salons, barbershops, massage parlors, tattoo, body art, and piercing shops, and cosmetology, electrology, and esthetic services.

Click here to read the Governor's directive for "individuals to self-quarantine" if arriving to Wyoming from another state or country. A directive is a helpful suggestion, and not legally enforceable. Presione aquí para obtender una version en español del comunicado de prensa con respecto a esta orden.


EXPIRED OR REPLACED ORDERS:

Click here to view Teton District Health Officer Public Health Order #20-2 "closing certain public places and placing restrictions on restaurants." 

Click here to view Teton District Health Officer Public Health Order #20-1 "forbidding large gatherings over 50 people." Click here to read the exception to the order, re: Snow King. 

Click here to view Teton District Health Officer Public Health Order #20-3, stay at home order for older adults and people with high risk medical conditions. Click here for an easy-to-read explanation of the order. 

Click here to read Town of Jackson Emergency Ordinance 1249, a stay-at-home order. Presione aquí para obtender una version en español del comunicado de prensa con respecto a esta orden.

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Teton County Courthouse COVID-19 orders:

Click here to view Teton County Courthouse contact information, and click here to view the Courthouse Corona Virus Notice and Order

Click here to view the Notice to Media regarding remote access to court proceedings, and click here to view the Order "permitting access to court proceedings."