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Latest COVID-19 News:

Eastern Idaho Public Health will be hosting an informational webinar for any business interested in learning more about non-pharmaceutical interventions and criteria recommended to be included in an operational plan for reopening non-essential businesses.  Based on interest, additional webinars will be offered.

Webinar:  Informational Meeting for Eastern Idaho Businesses re: Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions for Consideration in Operating Plans for Reopening from COVID-19 Closures

Date:     Thursday, April 16, 2020

Time:     1:00 PM Mountain Time

Join Zoom Meeting
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Dial In: (301) 715 8592 US

Meeting ID: 995 0292 6566

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COVID-19 Cases by County (as of 4/15/20, 5:00 p.m.)











County

Cases

EIPH COVID-19 Cases by Gener

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Bonneville* 16
Clark 0
Custer 2
Fremont 2
Jefferson* 4
Lemhi 0
Madison* 5
Teton* 6
TOTAL 35

*Indicates community transmission of COVID-19 in that county. Case counts updated daily at 5:00 pm.

To view the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Idaho, click here.

If you are calling for guidance or clarification on the

Stay-At-Home order, please read the documents listed above and call 888-330-3010.


EIPH COVID-19 Hotline #: 208-522-0310 or 855-533-3160 (toll-free)

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

IDAHO COVID-19 Hotline #:888-330-3010

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Have questions or concerns?
Click here to send us an e-mail



In response to COVID-19, EIPH’s Board of Health will be meeting on the following dates at 7:00 p.m. Click on the date for the agenda.


April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to act collectively to raise awareness and empower people across the nation to play a role in helping children, families, and entire communities thrive.

For more information please visit:


Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention


Food Establishment License and Other Fees

During the 2019 Legislative session, some changes were made to fees related to food establishments in Idaho.  New fees for temporary food establishments went into effect in March of 2019.  Other fees related to food establishments are set to go into effect on January 1.  More information can be found through the links below.


Trying to Quit Smoking? We Can Help!quit smoking 2019


2019 Community Needs Assessment Report

During Fiscal Year 2019, EIPH partnered with Eastern Idaho CNA Repoirt

Community ActionPartnership, the United Way of Idaho Falls and Bonneville County, and
VOICE Advocacy to conduct a community needs assessment in Eastern Idaho which covered Bonneville, Butte, Clark, Custer, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, and Teton Counties. Information gathered through this process will be used by EIPH’s Board of Health and Administration to help us better target education, resources, and service delivery as much as possible in an effort to improve health and quality of life of residents in our region.

Access the full Community Needs Assessment Report here.

This will be an ongoing effort for the next three years. Each year, we will hold Community Conversations in each county as well as gather infromation through surveys. Watch more for information about this coming soon.


Affordable Housing Report – October 2019


Please click here to read the complete report.


FREE Diapers For Women Who Quit SmokingDiapers for Quitting

Please click here for details about the Diapers for Quitting Program.

Free Cessation Classes


The WIC program is now offering WICSmart: a free nutrition education application.WIC Smart

With this option low risk participants are able to take nutrition education online from the convenience of your home computer or on the go from your phone; limiting the number of visits to the WIC office.


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