After declaring an emergency in the state of Montana on March 12th related to the Covid-19 novel coronavirus, and subsequent executive directives authorizing quarantine and isolation measures to protect public health, the Governor has announced a phased approach to reopening the State, including lifting the travel ban on out-of-state travel. Phase One began April 26, 2020. Montana enters Phase Two on June 1, 2010, which includes lifting the travel ban on out-of-state travel.
The latest Governor’s Directive dated July 15, 2020 provides for mandatory use of face coverings in certain settings. In accordance with that Directive, face coverings are now required at the Airport.
A Summary of the Governor’s Phased Approached to Reopening the State
For additional information on Montana’s COVID-19 situation and other global, national and state resources, please visit the following site:
Montana Response – COVID-19 – Coronavirus Information Resources
Montana Governor’s Coronavirus Task Force