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Interactive map and timelines tracking coronavirus numbers and trends in Idaho

Out of 9 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Idaho, one person has been hospitalized.

BOISE, Idaho — Editor's note: The above July 6 video looks at if it's constitutional to require face masks in public places. 

As Idaho reopens, we're continuing to post live daily updates on the coronavirus situation in Idaho (see the latest real-time updates here). 

We're also tracking the coronavirus case numbers and overall trends over time. 

Local Idaho health districts are releasing confirmed COVID-19 cases before they are submitted to the state and added to the official Idaho state total. We're adding up the state total and showing the latest total count in our real-time updates live blog and below in this article. 

Some of those numbers local districts release might change if a positive case is determined to be an out of state resident - they will be added to another state's total number of cases instead of Idaho. 

Scroll down to see our multiple graphs and timelines looking at the coronavirus case trends in Idaho, including a new graph showing a 14-day average that the State of Idaho is tracking to determine which phase of reopening certain areas or the entire Gem State is ready for.

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Latest Idaho coronavirus numbers:

See more and the latest coronavirus updates here. 

  • 98 deaths 
  • 8,373 confirmed cases (8,969 confirmed and probable cases)
  • 2,978 recovered 

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Map of Idaho confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) cases:

You can hover over each county to see its latest numbers. 

Timeline of COVID-19 cases in Idaho: 

Mouse over or tap each data point for more details. (Mobile users can tap here for a larger version).

"Probable" cases are people showing symptoms who had close contact with a confirmed coronavirus case, such as a member of the same household. 

Timeline of total number of COVID-19 cases in Idaho and new cases reported (updated daily):

Mouse over or tap each data point for more details. (Mobile users can tap here for a larger version).

Note: The state is no longer releasing numbers on Sunday evenings. 

Timeline tracking the trend in newly reported cases over a 14-day period (updated daily):

Mouse over or tap each data point for more details. (Mobile users can tap here for a larger version).

The State of Idaho has been using the 14-day average in its tracking to determine when the state could move to the next stage of reopening.

Timeline tracking the trend in new daily cases being reported over the last two weeks statewide (updated daily):

Mouse over or tap each data point for more details. (Mobile users can tap here for a larger version).

What else does the state look at to determine if Idaho is ready for each reopening phase?

State epidemiologist Dr. Christine Hahn explained how Idaho officials look at the number of COVID-19 cases and other numbers to track trends and determine reopening criteria. 

See her explanation in the below video. 

Dr. Hahn shared this information during a May 28 press conference after Idaho Gov. Brad Little announced Thursday that Idaho has met the criteria to enter Stage 3 of reopening in the Idaho Rebounds plan.

Here are the separate Idaho health districts we are monitoring to get the latest statewide COVID-19 case total: 

State of Idaho (this will not immediately include the latest information released by the below lower districts)

Central District Health

South Central Public Health District

Southeastern Idaho Public Health

Eastern Idaho Public Health

Panhandle Health District 

Idaho North Central District 

Southwest District Health

RELATED: How Idaho counts confirmed COVID-19 cases

Regional coronavirus news:

Some of our neighboring states, such as Washington, have dramatically different numbers of coronavirus cases.

What we know about COVID-19 deaths in Idaho:

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reports that at least 42 of the reported deaths in Idaho came from long-term care facilities.

Below is what we know about some of the earlier cases. Details have not been released on all cases.

This list will be updated as information becomes available.

Ada County

  • On April 13, Central District Health reported that two of the deaths in Ada County were probable cases of COVID-19, but not confirmed.
  • On March 28, officials confirmed a second coronavirus death in Ada County. No details about that person have been released, including their age or whether they had any other health problems.
  • Central District Health announced on March 28 that a person in Ada County died from coronavirus. The victim was over 60 and had underlying health issues, officials say
  • On March 30, another Ada County resident was confirmed to have died. Information about that person's age was not immediately available.

Blaine County

  • Health officials announced the second coronavirus death on the afternoon of March 26. The victim was over the age of 80, but authorities have not said whether he had any other health issues.
  • On March 26, the Blaine County Coroner's Office and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare confirmed the first COVID-19 death in Idaho. The person who died was a man in his 60's. It's unclear whether he had any underlying health conditions.

Cassia County

  • South Central Public Health District confirmed the first coronavirus death in Cassia County on March 30. The victim was a woman over 70 who had other complicating health factors. The woman was infected by visitors to her home who were from areas with community spread.

Canyon County

  • On March 26, health officials confirmed the first coronavirus death in Canyon County. The victim was a man over the age of 70 with underlying health conditions.
  • On April 13, SWDH released information on the five deaths in Canyon County related to COVID-19, one of them being the previously reported case above:
    • A male in his 80s from Canyon County; hospitalized with underlying medical conditions
    • A male in his 70s from Canyon County; hospitalized with underlying medical conditions
    • A female in her 80s from Canyon County; hospitalized with underlying medical conditions but discharged to home on hospice
    • A male in his 80s from Canyon County; hospitalized; underlying medical conditions unknown
    • A male in his 70s from Canyon County; hospitalized with underlying medical conditions 

Nez Perce County

  • Nez Perce County is reporting 18 deaths in total. The health district says all were over the age of 50.
  • On March 30, officials announced a second Nez Perce County death. Officials have not released further details about the person. 
  • The North Central Health District announced on March 27 that one person died in Nez Perce County. That individual was over the age of 80, and had age-related health problems, according to the district.

Payette County

On April 13, Southwest District Health confirmed the first death associated with COVID-19 in Payette County. According to the health district, the person was a man in his 50s with underlying health conditions. 

Twin Falls County

  • On April 3, South Central Public Health District confirmed the first COVID-19-related death in Twin Falls County. The deceased was a woman over the age of 70. She was hospitalized and had complicating health factors.

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