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Idaho coronavirus updates: April 4-5

See the COVID-19 news in Idaho from April 4 and 5 as we work together to separate facts from fear.

BOISE, Idaho — To see the latest live updates on coronavirus in Idaho, click here. 

Sunday, April 5

In case you missed it, an Idaho doctor claimed she was fired after attempting to wear a mask in a Boise hospital.

5:06 p.m. - The state releases latest data on confirmed cases in Idaho

The state of Idaho released its latest number of confirmed cases statewide, There are now 1,102 confirmed cases in Idaho, according to our tracking of data released by the state and individual health districts. Ada County now has 402 confirmed cases, while Canyon County has 101.

According to the state, 77 people have been hospitalized and 10,995 people have been tested. Ten people have died from COVID-19.

See a county-by-county case breakdown in our interactive map and timeline.

3:37 p.m. - Kootenai County now has 42 confirmed cases

See a county-by-county case breakdown in our interactive map and timeline

Saturday, April 4

5:08 p.m. - The latest number of confirmed cases from the state were released, there are now 1,078 confirmed cases

4:58 p.m. - Caribou County has first confirmed case

1:54 p.m. - Idaho's confirmed number of cases reaches 1,025. Ada County confirmed cases is now up to 360, according to Central District Health.

11:20 a.m. - Tamarack Resort announced limited resort access through May 1

Although recreation and restaurant operations were suspended on March 17, Tamarack Resort announced on Saturday that the resort will have limited access through May 1. No guest access will be allowed at this time.

Guests who purchased lodging and event tickets for the beginning of May will be refunded in full if the reopening is further delayed, according to a press release.

9:28 a.m. - Idaho Fish and Game Commission temporarily suspends nonresident license and tag sales

IFG has temporarily suspended several types of nonresident fishing and hunting licenses and tags effective immediately. The temporary suspension will go into effect immediately and will remain in place until Idaho public health orders are consistent with sale protocol, according to an IDFG press release.

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