Idaho’s new coronavirus cases continue to rise — but not among school-age children

The state reported 86 new cases involving 5- to 17-year-olds last week, a 17% decrease.

Coronavirus case numbers remain low — but they’re ticking upward

Last week, the state reported 103 new coronavirus cases involving 5- to 17-year-olds. The previous week, this number was 44.

New coronavirus case numbers fall to pre-delta, pre-omicron rates

The state and its seven health districts reported 1,561 new cases last week, the lowest number since the week ending July 23.

Coronavirus numbers show continued improvement

Idaho’s cases reach their lowest daily rate since late December. And the positive test rate crosses an encouraging threshold.

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Variants, vaccines and local control — Idaho’s two pandemic years

Idaho battled two variant-fueled COVID surges as schools shuttered and local leaders wrestled with restriction talks.

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Coronavirus case rate inches downward

Other coronavirus metrics also improved, but new cases involving 5- to 17-year-olds increased slightly.

A week of encouraging Idaho coronavirus trends

New case numbers continued to head downward — across the state and in schools as well. Other metrics were encouraging as well.

Coronavirus case rates continue to slow

Idaho’s largest school districts, and most college campuses, reported decreases in new coronavirus cases last week.