COVID-19 CURRENT HEALTH ORDERS AND GUIDANCE
Statewide Health Orders:
Statewide Health Orders are issued by the Wyoming State Health Officer and are in effect for the entire state. They are issued by a medical professional rather than an elected official.
In effect March 16, 2021 through March 31, 2021: To view the Summary of the Changes, click here.
- The 23rd Continuation of Order #1: Conditions of operation for establishments including child care facilities, K-12 schools, colleges, universities, and trade schools.
- The 23rd Continuation of Order #2: Gathering size limitations.
In effect April 1, 2021 through April 15, 2021:
- The 24th Continuation of Order #1: Conditions of operation for establishments including child care facilities, K-12 schools, colleges, universities, and trade schools.
- The 24th Continuation of Order #2: Gathering size limitations.
Recommendations from the Teton District Health Officer:
Recommendations from the Teton District Health Officer are issued solely as guidance. Recommendations do not require approval by the Wyoming State Health Officer. Though not legally enforceable, recommendations offer health advice to best protect the community.
Teton County is in the moderate risk (orange) level, which includes these recommendations for the general public.
Teton County Health Orders:
Teton County Health Orders are issued by the Teton District Health Office with authorization and approval from the Wyoming State Health Officer. These orders are issued by medical professionals, not elected officials. They are in effect for all of Teton County, Wyoming, including the City of Jackson.
Teton County Public Health Order #21-3 Requiring Individuals within Teton County, Wyoming to wear face coverings in certain places, with exceptions will be in place from Tuesday, March 16, 2021 through Friday, April 16, 2021.
Teton County Variances:
Variances: The Statewide Health Orders include provisions for County Health Officers to submit requests for variances based on local conditions and health data. Countywide Variance Orders may be less restrictive or more restrictive than the measures imposed in the Statewide Health Orders. Variances must be approved by the Wyoming State Health Officer. If approved, a variance is instituted as a local (Teton District) Health Order.
No Teton County Variances are active at this time.