The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) that began in late 2019 has spread to dozens of countries across the globe. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this situation poses a serious public health risk. It is imperative that each and every one of us does our part to help control the spread by staying home. At this time social distancing is also expected, and many parts of the country, including Montana, are under shelter in place orders.
Visitors currently in the region should return home, and travelers planning a visit should postpone their plans until it is safe to travel. On March 30 Governor Steve Bullock directed that travelers—including Montana residents and non-residents entering the state from another state or country for non-work-related purposes—undergo a 14-day self-quarantine. Read the full directive here.
Everyone, especially those at higher risk of getting sick, should follow Montana Department of Public Health recommendations to protect themselves.
If your travel plans are being impacted, please know we'll be here when the time is right to get away, reconnect and decompress.
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As much as we love sharing our big, beautiful state, now is not the time to travel. Please stay home, and be inspir… https://t.co/zA3JcUmdly