HELENA, Mont. — Montana Gov. Steve Bullock says he doesn't have a timeline for things to return to normal in Montana after the coronavirus outbreak.
He spoke to residents in a telephone town hall on Monday, saying he'll continue issuing his stay-at-home orders in two-week intervals based on advice from medical professionals.
Bullock says indicators such as a decline in cases over a two-week period or a greater virus testing availability could lead to easing restrictions.
Bullock said he may encourage large groups from gathering if he lifts the stay-at-home order. The state health department reported Montana had 399 coronavirus Tuesday morning and seven deaths.