Beginning June 1, 2020 Governor Bullock announced Phase 2 of reopening will include the removal of the 14 day travel quarantine.  A recent conversation with with Gallatin Airport staff stated travel into Bozeman is beginning to climb again.  At its lowest point, there were 47 people a day traveling through Bozeman on the air carriers (United, Delta, Alaska, American, Etc).  That number has now climbed to approximately 200 people per day.  Still a dramatic decease to the normal volume.  Once June 1st arrives, expect that number to climb.

Other items part of the Phase 2 Reopening include no gatherings of 50+ people.  Restaurants, bars, breweries, etc can increase to 75% of capacity as long as the social distancing guidelines can be maintained.  Concert halls, bowling alleys and other places of assembly can operate at reduced capacity as well.

Visiting nursing homes and assisted living facilities remains suspended except for certain compassionate care situations under Phase 2.