KSL-TV (Channel 7) in Salt Lake City reports that more than 100 cases of coronaviruses in the state have been reported since Thursday, the first day of the outbreak.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that one case has been confirmed and more than 400 have been confirmed to have the virus.
According to KSL, the Utah Department of Health has not officially declared the state a declared coronaviral-free zone.
Gary Herbert says the state is working to get its hospitals and clinics open to residents who need to be checked for coronavirs.
The KSL reported on Monday that there are already more than 700 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Salt Lake Valley.
The first cases of the virus were reported in the region on Aug. 8 and the outbreak has since spread to more than 1,000 counties in Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada.
The virus was first detected in people in San Diego, California on Sept. 11, but the first cases were in Utah on Aug 18.
The virus has since been detected in nearly 100 people in Utah and New Mexico.
The largest outbreak occurred in New Mexico, with more than 800 confirmed cases.