With Utah’s mask mandate over, food delivery drivers are left to fend for themselves

in Local Roundup/People

LEHI — Preston Knutson, 21, is a full-time Utah Valley University student and works as a food delivery driver for DoorDash. On a full day of driving, Knutson can complete up to 50 orders across northern Utah County, working for about 10 hours.

To keep him and his customers safe from COVID-19, the college student has been extra careful about taking the proper health precautions and made sure he’s staying up to date on the latest recommendations. It’s especially important to Knutson to stay safe considering some of his customers ordering in might be doing so because they are unable to get food in-person due to health concerns.

So when Utah’s mask mandate ended on April 10 for much of the state, taking precautions got a lot harder.

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