Coronavirus (COVID-19) info and news in Shoshone County

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Coronavirus updates, July 14, 2020

Last updated:  1 day 2 hours ago
9

Confirmed cases

9

Estimated cases

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+727 yesterday
12K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 12K
12K

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+153 yesterday
3,5K

Recovered

+7 yesterday
110

Deaths

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+71 670 yesterday
3,6M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 3,6M
12,5M

Estimated cases

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+45 767 yesterday
1,6M

Recovered

+997 yesterday
140K

Deaths

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+234 245 yesterday
13,7M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 13,7M
52,4M

Estimated cases

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+189 603 yesterday
8M

Recovered

+5 754 yesterday
587K

Deaths

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Idaho state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Ada County 4 541 25 1 157
Canyon County 2 281 12 1 207
Twin Falls County 861 25 1 115
Kootenai County 747 1 539
Blaine County 551 5 2 578
Cassia County 339 1 1 477
Jerome County 315 5 1 408
Minidoka County 281 0 1 400
Bonneville County 225 1 216
Payette County 198 2 875
Bannock County 158 1 191
Washington County 132 2 1 294
Nez Perce County 116 19 295
Elmore County 105 2 388
Owyhee County 101 0 876
Bingham County 91 1 200
Gooding County 87 1 563
Bonner County 76 0 186
Madison County 75 0 200
Gem County 69 0 413
Lincoln County 43 0 826
Latah County 36 0 97
Teton County 35 0 344
Jefferson County 34 0 130
Franklin County 33 0 258
Benewah County 29 0 312
Valley County 26 0 264
Power County 20 0 256
Caribou County 19 0 273
Idaho County 13 0 80
Fremont County 12 0 91
Adams County 12 0 302
Boise County 11 0 157
Boundary County 10 0 91
Clearwater County 7 0 80
Oneida County 7 0 163
Custer County 6 0 137
Lemhi County 4 0 50
Bear Lake County 2 0 33
Camas County 1 0 90
Lewis County 1 0 26

Since the first coronavirus patient was confirmed in the U.S., the infection has hit all 50 states. However, some regions have coped to keep the numbers low.

The population density in the county is 4 people per mi2 (1 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. Even though the total number of coronavirus patients has risen up to 9 today, Shoshone County still has the lowest number of cases and deaths in the state of Idaho.

Ada County and Canyon County are the state's leaders in coronavirus cases with 4,5K and 2,3K patients with confirmed infection accordingly, while Camas County and Lewis County have the lowest number of coronavirus cases in Idaho. Together with the latter ones, Shoshone County’s per capita infection rate is regarded below average, but the coronavirus still remains a threat to public safety.

Please note, even if your county has a low number of confirmed cases, the virus is still active. Please stay vigilant and continue with good hygiene practices.

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