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COVID-19 FOR HEALTHCARE
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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
MULTILINGUAL RESOURCES

If you have symptoms of a fever or cough, call your medical provider to find out if you should be tested for coronavirus.

Everyone should take precautions to avoid all respiratory diseases, including staying home if you’re sick, avoiding sick people, and covering your coughs and sneezes with the crook of your elbow or a tissue. Idaho COVID-19 FAQs


IDAHO MONITORING AND TRACKING OF CORONAVIRUS

Idaho's first confirmed case of novel coronavirus was reported on 3/13/20 in an Ada County resident. On 3/24/20, CDH confirmed community transmission in an Ada County resident. Public health officials and community partners are monitoring this outbreak closely and are coordinating and communicating accordingly.

The following are confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases for Central District Health's jurisdiction of Ada, Boise, Elmore, and Valley Counties. For statewide counts, visit coronavirus.idaho.gov

 

County
Confirmed
Cases
Probable
Cases

Total
Cases

 
Confirmed
Deaths*
Probable
Deaths
Total
Deaths
Ada
755
56
811
 
18

4

22
Boise
0
0
0
 
0
0
0
Elmore
30
1
31
 
2
0
2
Valley
2
0
2
 
0
0
0

Updated Friday, 5/29/20 at 4:56 p.m. County data is updated weekdays by 5 p.m. MST unless otherwise noted. Cases are reported by primary residence; not where they are diagnosed. Numbers may vary from State's reported case count based on time of posted numbers and investigation results (e.g. person tests positive in an Idaho county but lives elsewhere)

*News releases will be issued for the first COVID-19-related death in each county; subsequent deaths in a county will be recorded on this page.

Weekly Data Dashboard
Updated Mondays & Thursdays by 12 pm MDT

Case Classifications:

Confirmed Cases: A person with a positive laboratory test result for COVID-19 using a molecular amplification technique (e.g., PCR, NAAT)

Probable: Symptomatic people that have epidemiologic risk factors or evidence of infection detected through a non-molecular amplification tests and deceased people whose death certificate lists COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2 as contributing to death without laboratory confirmation. 4/20/20 Update on Probable Cases: When a person is classified as Probable, if they never get tested they will remain counted as Probable. Those who are tested and test positive, will shift to Confirmed. If they test negative, they will no longer be considered a case.

For statewide counts, visit coronavirus.idaho.gov

Latest Information
May 28, 2020: Govenor Little announces Idaho can move to Stage 3 of Idaho Rebounds Plan (May 30-June 12 - All criteria must be met to move forward) Stage 3 allows for bars, movie theaters, and gatherings up to 50 people - protocols for each category must be followed. News Release | Stage 3 Protocols
May 22, 2020: CDH Position on Youth Sports by Idaho Rebounds Stages (5-22-20)
May 14, 2020: Governor Little announces Idaho can move to Stage 2 of Idaho Rebounds Plan (May 16-May 29 - All criteria must be met to move forward) Stage 2 allows for restaurants to reopen dining rooms, indoor gyms and recreation facilities to reopen, and hair salons / close contact services to reopen. All are encouraged to have operational plans in place and all must adhere to guidance for to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19. Guidance documents can be found on CDH's Coronavirus Resources page and the Idaho Rebounds website.
May 4, 2020: CDH Recommendation for Open Streets Model to Enhance Physical Distancing During COVID-19 Pandemic
April 30, 2020: Governor Little announces Idaho can move to Stage 1 of Idaho Rebounds Plan
Businesses opening their doors on May 1 should have an operational plan in place to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19.The plans do not need to be submitted for review or approval. However, to ensure consumer confidence, businesses are encouraged to make their plans available to the public. Protocols added for Youth Activities, Daycare, Places of Worship; in English & Espanol. >> For additional Guidance Documents to help with reopening, visit our Resources page.
April 23, 2020: Governor Little announces Idaho Rebounds Plan to reopen the state Governor Brad Little, with the help of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and guidance issued by President Donald Trump and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has established a data-driven approach to opening up Idaho’s economy. The approach reduces the risk of COVID-19 to Idaho’s most vulnerable population and preserves capacity in our healthcare system, while opening up businesses safely. From an economic standpoint, Idaho’s rebound from COVID-19 starts with employee and consumer confidence, which leads into business stability and growth and eventually promotion and attraction.
Stages of Reopening
| Resources for Businesses
View Guidance Resources for Businesses, Schools and Other Groups on the CDH Resources Page
April 20, 2020: First COVID-19 death confirmed in Elmore County resident
Central District Health (CDH) has confirmed the first death associated with COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) in a resident of Elmore County. The woman was in her 60s and had severe underlying health conditions. She was determined to be positive for COVID-19 prior to passing. Out of respect for grieving family and friends, CDH has provided this essential information but will retain any patient-specific information as confidential.
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April 15, 2020: Governor Little extends Stay Home Order through April 30 with amendments
Governor Brad Little and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare issued a statewide Stay-Home Order on Wednesday, March 25, for all Idahoans. On April 15, Governor Little extended the order to April 30, with amendments Governor Little will reevaluate extending the order before the end of April.
View Order | View list of Essential Services & Busineses | View Additional Guidance | FAQs | Información en Español
April 14, 2020: Resident of skilled care facility passes away from COVID-19; additional positive cases within facility
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April 7, 2020: Central District Health Releases Guidance for Food Establisment Operation During COVID-19
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April 5, 2020: Recommendation Regarding the Use of Cloth Face Coverings, Especially in Areas of Significant Community-Based Transmission
The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance.
Learn More | Learn to make your own
April 1, 2020: Community COVID-19 transmission identified in Elmore County; case count increases to eight
Central District Health (CDH) confirms additional cases of COVID-19 in Elmore County, putting to-date totals at eight cases. Through follow-up investigations, CDH has identified evidence of community transmission. Community transmission is defined as illness within a community that lacks connection to travel or other confirmed cases. While follow-up investigations of the Elmore County cases are ongoing, no individuals to-date have required hospitalization.
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March 31, 2020: As COVID-19 numbers continue climbing, Central District Health says more personal accountability is critical in slowing the spread
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March 30, 2020: First case of novel coronavirus reported in Elmore County
Central District Health (CDH) confirms one case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Elmore County. The individual is a female over the age of 50. No additional information is available at the time of this release; the investigation is ongoing into possible means of transmission.
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March 28, 2020: First COVID-19 death confirmed in Ada County
Central District Health (CDH) has confirmed the first death associated with COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) in Ada County.The individual was over the age of 60 with pre-existing health issues and had lab-confirmed illness that was being investigated prior to death. Out of respect for grieving family and friends, CDH has provided this essential information but will retain any patient-specific information as confidential.
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March 25, 2020: Governor Little issues statewide stay-home order, signs extreme emergency declaration.

The statewide order is is available at coronavirus.idaho.gov. This order is effective 3/25/2020 and will remain in effect for 21 days. It allows the state to more effectively increase health care capacity, take steps to reduce and slow coronavirus spread, and take rapid and decisive steps to improve the condition of Idahoans whose jobs and incomes are being harmed by the pandemic. The Governor and public health officials will evaluate later whether to extend the order past 21 days.

Multilingual Statewide Stay-Home Order Resources:

Idaho-Specific Resources

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PRESS RELEASES


Though COVID-19 is a new (novel) coronavirus, disease outbreaks are not new territory in public health, and Central District Health has response plans, relationships and agreements in place within our jurisdiction to respond accordingly. A big part of that is working with community partners - from county emergency managers, to area hospitals, law enforcement, first responders, local and state public health, our year-round relationships and planning for potential outbreaks are critical in times like this, where an outbreak can rapidly change direction. Public health officials want people to be aware so they can take appropriate precautions.

We are asking people to follow steps they would take for flu and to stay home if you are sick, avoid sick people, and cover your coughs and sneezes with your elbow or a tissue (not your hands). Wash your hands frequently, especially after you have been in the public and touched door handles, stair railings, money, grocery carts, elevator buttons, and other items that lots of other people may also have touched.


RELATED PAGES

COVID-19 FOR HEALTHCARE
RESOURCES FOR BUSINESS, SCHOOLS, GENERAL PUBLIC
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