Magic Valley health officials say the actions business take are key to protecting public health and safety, but customers can also do their part to help local businesses stay open.
St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center said it will temporarily not admit children patients as the hospital deals with an increase in COVID-19 patients.
Hospitals around the Magic Valley are prepared to care for potential coronavirus patients and some have restricted visitor access.
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TWIN FALLS — St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center will close its onsite infant day care center after more than 25 years.
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