SALT LAKE CITY — The numbers indicate that Utah’s efforts to stop the coronavirus may be having a positive effect, but it's difficult to know for sure.
Because there could be people with the virus who have no symptoms but are still contagious.
And because CDC guidelines only allow those with symptoms to be tested, the question remains: Do those guidelines give us an accurate picture of the spread of the disease?
Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox is the head of the Utah Coronavirus Task Force.
FOX 13's Bob Evans spoke with him this week (from a safe social distance) and asked him three questions.
Watch the full interview below: