Little also said “with any luck” Idaho could advance to stage 4 of the reopening plan next week.
Face-to-face classes will end before Thanksgiving. Some health officials warn of a potential second wave of coronavirus in late fall, coinciding with the start of flu season.
The recommendations are headed to Gov. Brad Little’s desk.
In the month since the state began relaxing a historic stay-at-home order, the rate of spread of the coronavirus has remained more or less stable.
This week we discuss how the return might look different district by district. Plus, the latest on Supt. Ybarra’s lawsuit.
The plan is to get 65,000 of the smart thermometers to parents across Idaho — and compile anonymous data reports that could help spot a coronavirus outbreak.
Idaho has reported about 20 new cases per day since Saturday — after a one-day spike of more than 100 new cases Friday.