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City of Moscow announces adjustments to services, programs and facilities, and event postponements and cancelations in light of Idaho Governor Little’s Amended Statewide Stay-Home Order extending self-isolation requirements in Idaho to Apr. 30.
This morning, Governor Brad Little announced that he was extending his Stay-Home Order through Apr. 30, unless or until the Order is extended rescinded, superseded, or amended. The Order directs all individuals living in the State of Idaho to self-isolate at their place of residence, with the following:
The City of Moscow continues to evaluate options to safely maintain services and programs under the guidelines of the Governor’s Stay Home Order. These include the evaluation of facilities that have been closed due to the pandemic to determine if they can safely be opened. Reinstated services to date include the following:
While the City is working to evaluate which services and programs can safely be reinstated, the extension of the Governor’s Stay Home Order requires that some previously scheduled City-sponsored events must be postponed or canceled. While these events were planned for May or June, without a clear indication as to when social distancing requirements may be lifted, adjusting dates and establishing cancellations must be completed well in advance, as resources for planning for contingencies for these events are significant.
The City of Moscow will continue to follow the guidance of the State, Public Health – Idaho North Central District, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Adjustments to services will be announced via media releases and through the City website and social media accounts.