The segment had been scheduled to air Tuesday, the Idaho Statesman reported, but is now on hold.
Cases are growing rapidly in the eastern Idaho county. And weeks after the Madison School District opened for face-to-face learning, the case numbers are skewing younger, the Post Register reported Saturday.
After a steady dropoff over the past four weeks, new coronavirus case numbers crept back upward this week. Cases numbers increased sharply at Boise State University and across much of Eastern Idaho.
“We have yet to see the full breadth of economic impact from these uncertain times,” the Boise State University president said in a letter to faculty and employees Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the U of I reported 12 new cases for the seven-day period ending Monday, including “a small cluster of positives in a residence hall.”
“We understand that you are concerned about the risks,” the 13 lawmakers said in a letter to trustees. “However, we believe that the benefits to our students and families outweigh the risks.”
In all, 1,114 undergraduates are enrolled at the Caldwell-based private college, which shifted back to online learning for the fall.
However, the University of Idaho’s positive test rate increased — as the university moves from widespread student testing to targeted “surveillance testing.”
New coronavirus case numbers dropped for the third successive week. Deaths decreased as well — a week after the state reported a record number of COVID-19 fatalities.
Nancy Gregory and Dennis Doan were elected to six-year terms.