Noting a sustained reduction in new COVID-19 cases, Governor Steve Bullock rolled-out a phased plan for reopening Montana on Wednesday afternoon. The strategy came on the heels of his Friday announcement – the expiration of his stay at home directive on April 24 would mean revived movement for the state’s economy.
Today, Montanans received an answer to one of their most prevalent questions: When will things begin to feel slightly normal again?
Montana will move forward with a phased reopening after the Stay at Home Directive expires on April 24, Gov. Steve Bullock said via a live streaming press call this afternoon.