**Tuesday 3/31 — Governor Little will host a statewide AARP telephone town hall to provide information and answer questions regarding the coronavirus in Idaho. The hour-long conversation begins at 12 p.m. MT, Tuesday, March 31. Participants can join by dialing toll-free 866-767-0637 or register in advance by visiting https://vekeo.com/aarpidaho/.**
**Thursday 4/2 — Governor Little will answer questions about COVID-19 in Idaho LIVE on Idaho Public Television Thursday, April 2, 2020, at 8 p.m., airing on Idaho Public Television and online.**
Idaho public health officials are monitoring the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) situation very closely. Idaho is currently reporting 310 cases.
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.
COVID-19 in Idaho
*Case count and laboratory testing data updated at 5:00 p.m. MT, 3/29/2020. State-level case count data will be updated at 5 p.m. MT daily, based on surveillance system records provided by the health districts. Public health district data will be updated on their agency website at their discretion. Data are preliminary and subject to change.
|Public Health District||County||Cases||Deaths|
|Panhandle Health District||Kootenai||13||0|
|Public Health - Idaho North Central District||Idaho||1||0|
|Southwest District Health||Canyon||40||1|
|Central District Health||Ada||113||2|
|South Central Public Health District||Blaine||115||2|
|Southeastern Idaho Public Health||Bannock||3||0|
|Eastern Idaho Public Health||Bonneville||1||0|
COVID-19 Testing in Idaho
|Number of people tested through the Idaho Bureau of Laboratories*||1,567|
|Number of people tested through commercial laboratories**||3,139|
*Includes 4 Oregon residents and 1 Montana resident tested in Idaho.
**Some people may receive multiple tests.
Idahoans with COVID-19 by Age Group
|18 to 49 years||157|
The average age of Idahoans with COVID-19 is 48.9 years (range 2 to 98 years).
Idahoans with COVID-19 by Sex
Reported Hospitalizations for COVID-19
Everyone should take precautions to avoid all respiratory diseases, including staying home if you’re sick, avoiding sick people, and covering your coughs and sneezes with the crook of your elbow or a tissue.