Bullock announces Montana will move to Phase II of reopening plan on June 1
May 22, 2020
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic is a serious global threat, in reality, it comes down to communities to implement local mitigation strategies to slow the transmission of the virus. Mitigation is the action of reducing the severity or seriousness of something; in this case, mitigation is done to prevent or minimize catastrophic events caused by COVID-19. Since there are no vaccines or medications available to prevent or treat COVID-19, community mitigation is crucial right now. Montanans have been proactive and taken measures early to slow the transmission, and it shows. The state of Monta...