Phil Helsel11h ago / 2:36 AM UTCIdaho health authorities on Thursday announced the state’s first deaths related to the coronavirus illness COVID-19, a day after the governor issued a stay-at-home order.The deceased were three men, all over age 60, the state health department said. Two were from Blaine County, and the third was from Canyon County. The Canyon County man had underlying health issues but it was not clear if the other two had any, the health department said in a statement.There have been 189 cases in the state, according to the department. On Wednesday, Gov. Brad Little announced a stay-at-home order for Idaho in an effort to slow the spread of the virus.Phil Helsel11h ago / 2:09 AM UTC3 more escapees from South Dakota jail in custodyA total of 155 inmates are under observation at a South Dakota jail where another prisoner tested positive for the coronavirus, and state officials announced three more inmates who escaped this week are back in custody.The two inmates still missing from the minimum-security unit of the Pierre Community Work Center were identified as Philomene Boneshirt, 25, and Sylvia Red Leaf, 25, the state Department of Corrections said.The inmate who tested positive for COVID-19 remains


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