As concerns continue about COVID-19 Montana State University Billings softball team is under self quarantine. Chancellor Dr. Dan Edelman.
With a statewide emergency declared Attorney General Tim Fox talks about what the Montana Highway Department is doing to help the situation.
Billings/Regional – Doctor Says People Just Don’t Get How Serious The Coronavirus Situation Could Be
With positive cases of COVID-19 in Montana, Billings Doctor Brad Fuller says people just do not get how serious the situation could be.
Commission Of Higher Education Communications Director On Steps Being Taken In Case Of Residency Hall Coronavirus Contamination
In the case of University Residency Hall potential coronavirus contamination a protocol has been set up. Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education Communications Director Karen Ogden.
Governor Steve Bullock director the closure of public K through 12 schools for two weeks starting today.
Senator Jon Tester on the coronavirus outbreak and what he’s doing to mitigate it.
Kalispell Regional Healthcare has expanded its visitor restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective this morning Kalispell Regional Medical Center will not allow visitors. Exceptions are only for parents end-of-life situations and essential caregivers.
Beginning today the Billings Public Library will be closed to the public and will instead operate as a free childcare center for the school age children of first responders and essential workers from the Billings Clinic St. Vincent Healthcare and RiverStone Health. The childcare center is part of a contingency plan formulated by the Billings…
Montana State Fund Montana’s largest workers compensation insurance carrier will be closed today to allow employees time for personal planning in the wake of the Coronavirus. Currently Montana State Fund does plan to reopen Tuesday for normal business hours and anticipates minimal disruption to customers and benefit recipients.
Governor Steve Bullock has amended Montana’s current state of emergency to align it with the federal state of emergency announced by President Donald Trump. The state’s emergency response will be in effect so long as federal authorities believe there is a continuing coronavirus threat.