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for outfitters & guides
Governor Little gave a press conference earlier this afternoon in which he updated Idahoans regarding the statewide stay-at-home order (which had been set to expire today). 

Here are the Key Points for Outfitters & Guides: 
  • Governor Little extended Idaho’s “stay at home” order to April 30, with some exceptions for operations of formerly “non-essential” businesses, facilities, and services and new restrictions related to nonresident travel into the state.
  • Included in the amended order will be a provision that requires out-of-state travelers to self-quarantine in Idaho for 14 days after entering. Those performing essential services or those who live in one state and work or gain essential services in another state are excluded.
    • IMPORTANTLY the quarantine requirement does not apply to anyone already booked with a hunting or fishing outfitter (with acceptable documentatino/proof) prior to the IDFG’s 4/4/ order
  • Governor Little also said “non-essential” businesses should prepare to reopen after April 30 as long as they prepare operational plans over the next two weeks to:
    • maintain social distancing for staff and patrons;
    • provide adequate sanitation and protective coverings for employees, vendors, and patrons;
    • offer curbside and pickup delivery; limit number of people in business at a time; and
    • direct flow of people in the operation.
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