Health officials ask National Park Service to close Natural Bridges, Hovenweep, Arches and Canyonlands | Salt Lake Tribune

Just as Moab’s hotels, restaurants and guiding services were ramping up for the busy spring season earlier this month, the popular tourist destination shut down.

The ever-crowded campgrounds were gated. Restaurants were limited to take-out only. And hotels — which at any given time can lodge more people than the city’s entire population — were closed to nonresidents.

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