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Apr 16, 2020

MONTANA: Stay-at-home order extended to April 24, 2020


Governor Steve Bullock extended his Stay-at-Home Directive through April 24, 2020. The order, which as we previously reported, was originally in effect through April 10, 2020, prevents individuals from leaving home unless they engage in essential activities or essential business services. The new expiration date is contained in the State of Montana Coronavirus FAQs, which as of this publication were updated on April 14, 2020.

Tips: Monitor the governor’s COVID-19 Task Force Page to stay up to date on future changes, and review the frequently asked questions for additional information. If you stay open as an essential business, ensure that you enforce social distancing guidelines to the extent possible. See our Model Policy, Social Distancing Policy

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