Although daily COVID-19 positive case numbers still seem high, Idaho sees a slight decline in the number of new cases since mid-July.
There is also a decline in percent positivity of COVID-19 tests and testing numbers overall.
Health officials say this makes sense because, with fewer cases, fewer people would need a test.
According to Deputy State Epidemiologist, Kathryn Turner, a decline in percent positivity shows there is likely less virus circulating throughout communities.
"If our percent positivity were higher, that would mean a higher portion of our population was infected. So those are both really good trends in the right direction as far as making sure the virus isn't transmitted," Turner says.
Although Idaho sees a small decrease, you should still follow the CDC's guidelines for washing your hands and wearing a mask and social distancing.