Idaho reported more than 405 confirmed coronavirus infections on Sunday as the state again set a record high daily case rate for the third day in a row.
The numbers come amid another statewide and nationwide spike in cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus.
The 405 confirmed and 22 probable cases reported Sunday boosted the state’s seven-day moving average of confirmed and probable cases to 621, its highest ever.
The Idaho Statesman reports, the previous record was set Saturday when the average reached 597 — which had topped the previous day’s record of 578.
Before Friday, Idaho’s record seven-day moving average was 568, set on July 19th.