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Twin Falls County alone has now had 101 COVID-19 deaths.
This week’s new COVID-19 case numbers are down, but it may be partially due to Thanksgiving-related reporting delays. And the positive sign comes on the same day as another grim milestone: Idaho has now had 1,001 deaths from the virus.
Twin Falls City Council passed a COVID-19 resolution Monday. It doesn't come with any legal or enforcement power, but it does urge all residents to watch their distance, wash their hands and wear masks.
The already bad COVID-19 situation keeps getting worse at Magic Valley hospitals, but local governments appear unlikely to pass any mask mandates.
The decision to table the mandate discussion comes as Magic Valley hospitals are overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients and short-staffed.
Mayor Suzanne Hawkins and Councilwoman Nikki Boyd said they'll oppose a mask mandate.
The number of new Magic Valley COVID-19 infections stayed flat this week, but medical leaders warn that if the spread of the virus doesn’t slow major hospitals may have to stop offering more services.
“We’re kind of raising the flag that things are not going well in the Magic Valley area.”
The COVID-19 situation in Idaho has improved a lot since mid-July.
Idaho's weekly COVID-19 case count has held steady for the past month.
There are a signs suggesting the COVID-19 situation has gotten a little better in Idaho in the last few weeks.