Idaho to stay in Stage 4 following increase in COVID-19 cases
BOISE, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) - Idaho Gov. Brad Little explains Idaho will stay in Stage 4 of the Idaho Rebounds plan Thursday afternoon during a press conference in Boise. Idaho will be in Stage 4 for at least another two weeks because of the increases in COVID-19 cases.
Little also announced that he's moving the state to a regional response system for reopening.
The regional response will allow the state’s health districts to evaluate conditions in their areas and decide on restrictions.
Little’s plans to discuss the Idaho Rebounds Path to Prosperity plan at noon from the Lincoln Auditorium at the Idaho Statehouse in Boise.
Idaho barely entered Stage 4 of the four-stage reopening plan on June 13. On Monday, Central District Heath Official in western Idaho announced Ada County would be moving back to Stage 3 of the plan after seeing an increase in coronavirus cases.
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