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Idaho Coronavirus Reopening Information and Guidance
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Idaho is in a Modified Stage 4 of Reopening.
Face coverings are required in long-term care facilities and recommended in indoor and outdoor locations where social distance is difficult to maintain.
All statewide limits on gatherings are lifted, but event hosts and venues must adhere to CDC guidelines for safe operations. Individual Idaho Health Districts may continue to limit the size of gatherings based on COVID-19 levels in their Districts.
Seating-only restrictions at bars and nightclubs are no longer in effect.
Mask requirements and additional limitations may remain in effect in some Idaho counties. Additional information can be found at the Health District websites below.
Updated May 2021.
District 1 – Panhandle Health District
District 2 – North Central Health District
District 3 – Southwest District Health
District 4 – Central District Health
District 5 – South Central Public Health
District 6 – Southeastern Idaho Public Health
District 7 – Eastern Idaho Public Health
For information on coronavirus testing and antibody tests in Idaho, please visit our main Idaho coronavirus page.
Coronavirus Reopening Guidance for Idaho from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Idaho Reopening Resource Center
The links and PDFs below provide guidance from Federal agencies on practices and protocols for reopening businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. Additional information can be found at the Centers for Disease Control COVID-19 website.
General Business Guidelines
Commonly Available Cleaners That Meet EPA Criteria for Coronavirus Disinfection
Printable Posters for Businesses from the CDC