Idaho Gov. Brad Little has issued a "stay home" order for the state.
Citing confirmed community transmission in the state, Little said that the order is in effect immediately and initially extends for 21 days.
People in the state can still leave home to obtain essential services, but the governor has closed all non-essential businesses and directed restaurants to only delivery or take out options.
Little has also activated elements of the Idaho National Guard to "assist civil authorities and local jurisdictions" with executing the state's coronavirus response.
Little did not specify any specific mission or role for the national guard but did say they are preparing to "stand up a joint task force, if requested." The size and mission could vary.