Bullock: Montana will Begin re-opening on Sunday
Per Governor Steve Bullock, Montana's "Stay At Home" order will be lifted this Sunday. Churches can be open for services with reduced capacities.
WE WILL SHARE THE EXACT PRESS RELEASE WHEN IT BECOMES AVAILABLE. THAT WILL CONTAIN FURTHER DETAILS AND CLARITY.
- On Monday, April 28th: "Main Street" businesses and retail can open. Personal care businesses such as hairdressers and barbershops can open if they choose to do so.
- The "Travel Quarantine" will remain in place for now. Travelers coming into Montana will still be required to self quarantine for 2 weeks.
- On Monday, May 4th: Restaurants, bars, distilleries and breweries can open WITH RESTRICTIONS. Examples of restrictions were no more than 6 people can sit together and establishments need to be closed by 11:30pm.
- Governor Bullock stated that schools can open on May 7th, but decisions will be left to individual school districts.
- Gyms, movie theaters and event spaces where large gatherings take place will REMAIN CLOSED for now.
Governor Steve Bullock held a press conference during the noon hour on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020.