Southeastern Idaho Public Health (SIPH) has confirmed three deaths due to COVID-19. They are a female from Bannock County in her 70’s and a female from Bannock County in her 80’s and a female from Bingham County in her 50’s. Read on...
Southeastern Idaho Public Health has 71 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in southeast Idaho. This brings the total of confirmed and probable cases to 13,839. Read on...
Mandatory Face Covering OrdinanceEffective November 21, 2020, face coverings are required in public places in the City of Pocatello. The ordinance states that "every person shall, when in any indoor or outdoor public place, completely cover their nose and mouth when members of the public are physically present for otherwise unprotected social interaction with persons other than household members."
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Idaho Rebounds—Stage 2The governor and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare issued a Stay Healthy Order on November 13, 2020, reverting the state to Stage 2, as access to healthcare in Idaho is being threatened by the number of people in hospitals due to COVID-19. The economy remains open under certain requirements.
Read the Order (PDF)
CARES Act ProgramThe City of Pocatello has temporary rental or mortgage assistance for persons and families who face financial hardships directly related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Program Application (PDF)