MAIN COVID-19 PAGE + DATA |
ADA CO. PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER
COVID-19 FOR HEALTHCARE | CDH SERVICES DURING COVID-19
STATE OF IDAHO COVID-19 WEBSITE | IDAHO REBOUNDS WEBSITE
CDC COVID-19 WEBSITE | Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades
Central District Health, and Idaho’s six other public health districts, are in regular communication with our local health systems and community partners in response to the current situation and are planning for what might lie ahead with this outbreak.
With guidance from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Central District Health is working diligently to support the health, safety and well-being of our communities.
We encourage you to review the sections on this page for resources, visit our main coronavirus page for daily case counts and our data dashboard. Additional valuable resoures include the State of Idaho websites, coronavirus.idaho.gov, https://rebound.idaho.gov/, and the CDC's website, cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions about prevention, self-care, and symptoms can also be directed to the CDH Call Center Monday-Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at 208-321-2222.
GENERAL BUSINESS DOCUMENTS + INFORMATION
For posters to hang in the workplace see the Posters / Flyers, Videos, Etc. section on this page
INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC BUSINESS DOCUMENTS
Visit the COVID-19 & Schools Page for Categories of Community Spread Information
Childcare providers are not required to submit a reopening plan to Central District Health, but are encouraged to use the following guidance documents to establish plans and protocols for their facility.
Reopening Information for Food Establishments: Please use the Reopening Guidance and Stage 2 Protocols below to create your reopening plan. To submit acknowlegement of your plan, fill out and submit the Reopen Plan Form and email to ReopeningPlan@cdh.idaho.gov.
The following is a list of COVID-19 testing sites in our community, though it may not be inclusive of all locations, and type of testing offered may vary (e.g. PCR nasal swab vs. antibody testing).
NOTE: Many sites require a phone or online screening before testing. Please visit the website for each location to learn more about specific pre-test screening requirements, processes, and hours before going to a testing location.
Additional Community Support Resources are inlcuded in the Community Support Resources section of this page.
Documents in other languages: Many fact sheets, posters and documents are available in a number of translations, including Arabic, Farsi, Spanish, Swahili and more HERE (link to Switchboard, Connecting Resettlement Experts)