Given the situation in Blaine county, Idaho I can tell you that the residents of the small mountain/river towns are very nervous and will be pushing hard to keep places closed for a while. The Payette RD has been closing trailheads like crazy to encourage people to stay home, the mountain communities are increasingly hostile to out of area license plates. I would be surprised to see the current river closures lifted by their current end date. Also I was just looking at the projected peak of COVID infections etc and at present it has Idaho expected to peak late April BUT we are really early on the curve so not a lot of data to go on.
Yes, as someone on the "irresponsible" thread said, this shit is real. My husband works ICU in Central WA, small town hospitals that would consider 3 vent patients at one time to be busy are up at 14 already. We have to do everything we can to save our health care system from being overwhelmed, traveling to the river may just be out this year
(We are almost certain to lose our small group dream trip GC)