Leaders of Idaho’s largest hospital systems warned this week that more and more patients are arriving with COVID-19, and health care institutions fear an impending crisis.
Idaho had 2,422 new COVID-19 cases last week — that’s a quarter of the state’s total throughout the pandemic
Idaho's COVID-19 cases keep going up exponentially.
Despite his concern, Little doesn’t anticipate shutting the state back down. He says hospitals have sufficient capacity and stocks of personal protective equipment.
The Monday announcement is the first case of community spread in Lincoln County.
The Magic Valley continues to lead the state in new COVID-19 cases, but the last week of May marked a relative improvement here compared to the middle of the month.
South Central Public Health District has confirmed at least one case in Jerome County of novel coronavirus with no out-of-state travel and no identified contact with another person with confirmed COVID-19.
An Idaho business has been added to a federal health-fraud list for selling unapproved coronavirus treatments.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Wednesday that it will hold a major conference in April that features speeches by top leaders without any attendees because of the spread of the coronavirus.
The health district based in Twin Falls has opened an information hotline for people to call with concerns about COVID-19.