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Altura Benefits wants to ensure all individuals and employers have access to the resources they need on COVID-19 in Utah. This page contains a list of resources for employers to provide to employees to stay up-to-date with COVID-19. You’ll find helpful information addressing financial, food and caretaking advice from great sources such as the CDC, local government, and the World Health Organization.
These resources can also help your business and employees navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have any questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect your company benefits and wellness programs, do not hesitate to contact us.
Each carrier has a wealth of knowledge and additional resources, not to mention that they are being updated almost daily.
The Utah Department of Insurance requested all carriers complete a survey outlining their policies on cost sharing for office visits, telehealth, testing, treatment and prescriptions related to COVID. These responses can be found by clicking here.
BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico
Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah
University of Utah Health Plans
COVID-19 Employee Well-Being Resources
How to Best Protect You & Your Employees From COVID-19 in Utah
CDC Tips on How to Protect You & Your Employees From COVID-19
COVID-19 spreads between people who are in close contact (within about 6 feet) through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
How to Care For Others Who Have COVID-19
How to Care For Yourself If You Have COVID-19
David Eccles School of Business: Navigating COVID-19 Series
Social Distancing Tips for Business
Utah Business COVID-19 Resources
CDC’s Tips for Businesses
Utah Business Resources for COVID-19 Recovery
Department of Labor COVID-19 Relief Paid Leave Requirements
Engaging Remote Employees During COVID-19
New COVID-19 Relief Laws Require Paid Employee Leave
Federal Employee Rights Poster
Utah COVID-19 Updates
CDC COVID-19 Updates
World Health Organization COVID-19 Updates
Salt Lake County Resources
Weber & Morgan County Resources
Davis County Resources
Utah County Resources
Burger King Gives Utah Kids FREE Kids Meals During COVID-19
Comcast gives 2 FREE Months of Internet for Low-income Households
U-Haul offers FREE storage to students displaced by COVID-19
WIC Offers Nutrition Program to All Who Meet Income Eligibility
Utah COVID-19 Unemployment Resources
New COVID-19 Relief Laws Require Paid Employee Leave [PDF]
Federal Employee Rights [PDF]
COVID-19 Impact World Map
COVID-19 Impact United States Map
Utah COVID-19 Cases
Utah’s Plan for COVID-19 Recovery
At this time, many insurance companies are being flexible with their terms. For example, many are offering premium payment deadline extensions, special enrollment periods, and other exceptions to their enrollment requirements. Please contact your designated Altura Benefits Account Manager for more details.
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