On Tuesday afternoon, Governor Steve Bullock announced that the stay at home order in Montana has been extended through April 24 to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 in the state.

According to healthygallatin.org, the order specifics remain the same. Montanans should stay home as much as possible except for essential activities. The governor also extended the Montana school closure until April 24th as well.

Guidelines for essential businesses and travel and quarantine also remain the same. Montanans should stay at home as much as possible except for essential activities including:

  • Seeking medical care for yourself, family members or pets.
  • For necessary supplies and services (doctor visits, obtaining medicine, groceries)
  • Delivering services or supplies to others.
  • Outdoor activities such as walking, running, hiking, and visiting public parks, where social distancing can be maintained.
  • Certain types of work providing essential products or services, or travel for supplies necessary to work from home.