This section expressly excludes certain activities, including "activities necessary to buy, sell, or otherwise deliver food and necessities" from those activities that are prohibited by during public health emergencies, except where specifically prohibited by an order.
See language related to "public health emergency," which can be associated with particular impacts on medically fragile and other vulnerable individuals. § 1-15-5.
See, e.g., language related to "public health emergency," and "preservation of public health, safety, and welfare. "§§ 1-15-2, -5.
See definitions section, for language regarding "environmental condition, including hazardous materials." § 1-15-4.
See, e.g., language related to "critical infrastructure and utilities" and "activities necessary to buy, sell, or otherwise deliver food and necessities." § 1-15-7.
"The City finds that the preservation of public health, safety, and welfare may require immediate action by the City in response to emergency threats to public health. Therefore, the City hereby authorizes the Mayor certain powers for immediate response to foreseeable, imminent, or present public health emergencies upon a declaration of a public health emergency as provided in the Disaster Preparedness Act (Idaho Code, title 46, chapter 10)." § 1-15-2.
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