The virus activity and its impacts have been trending downward in Idaho, he said. But this is not the time to throw the masks away and go back to normal.
Gov. Brad Little spent much of Monday’s State of the State Address shifting the narrative away from a pandemic that has defined the past 10 months of his term.
Little calls for restoring career ladder by investing $44.9 million in teacher pay, including salaries for veteran educators.
Gov. Brad Little accepted a proposal to allow two spectators per athlete at high school events — with the warning he could revoke the rule if the state sees “widespread non-compliance.”
“We’re trying to stop the spread, we’re not trying to put anybody out of business,” Little said.
Little also moved Idaho back to Stage 2 of the state’s reopening plan, but did not make any changes for schools.