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Montana – Additional Test Kits Arriving in the State on Monday

Montana is expected to get 1,000 more coronavirus tests Thursday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help gauge where the disease exists in the state. That batch would double how many people in the state could get tested for the virus called COVID-19. A total of 109 samples went to the state lab Monday leaving roughly 750 te...

Montana – Blue Cross Blue Chief Medical Officer On Voices of Montana Credits Hospitals With Fast Action On Coronavirus

Today on Voices of Montana Dr. David Lechner Chief Medical Officer for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana was asked if Montana hospitals are ready for a coronavirus outbreak. https://northernbroadcasting.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Untitled-34.mp3 “To Listen to the full Voices of Montana Podcast Click Here”   

Missoula – Residents asked to stay home if possible

Missoula Mayor John Engen is calling for all Missoulians to please stay home if possible unless there is no reasonable alternative. He said Missoula will continue to follow guidance from federal state and local agencies with expertise in managing health emergencies in planning for the longer haul.

Missoula – Residents asked to stay home if possible

Missoula Mayor John Engen is calling for all Missoulians to please stay home if possible unless there is no reasonable alternative. He said Missoula will continue to follow guidance from federal state and local agencies with expertise in managing health emergencies in planning for the longer haul.

Montana – $4,567,500 Coming to Montana to Combat Coronavirus

Both US Senator Jon Tester and US Senator Steve Daines have announced that $4,567,500 in Centers for Disease Control funding is coming to Montana to help combat the spread coronavirus. It will be used to support the state government local governments tribes and health service providers in carrying out preparedness and response activities.

Lame Deer – Some Northern Cheyenne Employees asked to Self-Quarantine

Northern Cheyenne tribal employees chair members or commissioners who have travel in the past 21 days have been asked to self-quarantine for 14 days and all travel in and out of the reservation by tribal employees is being restricted. At curfew from 10 P.M. to 6 A.M. reservation wide has been enacted and will be enforced by Bureau of Indian A...