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After exhibiting mild symptoms Sunday, Governor Greg Gianforte was tested for COVID-19 Monday and received a positive result. Following his doctor’s instructions and public health guidance, he is isolating for 10 days and has notified all individuals with whom he may have had close contact. All of the governor’s in-person events have been canceled until further notice and Gianforte will work remotely from his home in Bozeman.
Monday on Voices of Montana, Lewis and Clark County Sheriff and Vice President of the Western States Sheriff’s Association Leo Dutton talked about the drug traffic from Mexico that has been and is affecting Montana.