The coronavirus, or COVID-19, has disrupted our lives in many ways and it can be especially hard for our children. They have been unable to socialize with their friends and extended family, they are virtually learning outside a classroom setting, parks and playgrounds have been a no-go zone. Times are stressful and it is important to watch for signs of stress not only in ourselves, but also our children.
The day is fast approaching when North Idaho businesses will begin opening their doors. Gov. Little announced Thursday morning his staged approach which includes epidemiological benchmarks that must be met to reopen Idaho. The governor based his plan on data and guidance from the CDC, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, and his business task force.
This is a series about COVID-19 preparation and regional updates. Check The Press and cdapress.com daily for new information, tips, and ways our healthcare professionals are working to keep our community safe.
This is part of an ongoing series about COVID-19 preparation and regional updates. Check the Press daily for new information, tips, and ways our health care professionals are working to keep our community safe.
A bill that wraps Idaho's regulation of electronic smoking products into its tobacco laws sparked fierce debate Friday, compelling a local lawmaker who also runs a Post Falls vape shop to charge that his wares are not dangerous and can even benefit young people who have already turned to smoking.