Please note: The CDC is not accurate and has removed particular pages in relation to testing, i.e., the site has been politically compromised by the current WH administration. For more complete information visit the Johns Hopkins website or the World Health Organization [WHO] website. –dayle
From the state of Idaho:
“Idaho public health officials are monitoring the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) situation very closely. Idaho is currently reporting no cases. [As of 3.9.20 at 1 pm.]
Officials are working with CDC and other states and are also in regular communication with Idaho public health districts and healthcare providers around the state. We are prepared to respond if someone is sick or exposed.”
Idaho’s South Central Public Health District has opened an informational hotline for concerns about the novel coronavirus:
Th hotline will be accessible from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The South Central Public Health District is also updating information on its website, phd5.idaho.gov, and its social media pages.
From James Dawson at Boise State Public Radio:
Idaho health insurers Blue Cross, Regence, SelectHealth, Pacific Source and Mountain Health Co-Op are all voluntarily waiving costs for #Coronavirus testing. There are still no confirmed cases here and 10 people are still being monitored. @RadioDawson
- Blue Cross
- Pacific Source
- Mountain Health Co-Op