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Idaho Fish and Game: nonresident license, tag, permit sales to resume Saturday

The move follows Gov. Brad Little's new guidance, relaxing the self-quarantine recommendation for people entering Idaho.
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BOISE, Idaho — The Idaho Fish and Game Commission has approved resuming sales of nonresident licenses, tags and permits, effective Saturday morning.

They will be available starting at 10:00 a.m. Mountain Daylight Time at vendors, online and by telephone.

The decision was aligned with Governor Brad Little’s revised guidance for Stage 2 reopening of Idaho, which includes relaxing the 14-day self-quarantine for people entering Idaho from outside the state, IDFG spokesman Roger Phillips wrote in a news release.

Commissioners suspended the sale of some nonresident licenses and tags in early April, in support of the "stay-at-home” order in Idaho and many other states.

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On Thursday, Idaho Gov. Brad Little announced that in Stage 2, beginning May 16, those who enter Idaho from states where there is not community spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus illness will no longer be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days, which was one of the guidelines during Stage 1 of reopening and under the stay-at-home order issued in late March.

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