HELENA, Mont. — Montana’s governor is asking tourists to stop coming to the state while it’s under a stay-at-home directive. Gov. Steve Bullock also asks anyone who recently traveled to the state from another state or country to self-quarantine for 14 days.
The directive does not apply to people traveling into the state for work-related reasons.
Bullock told President Donald Trump that Montana needs more testing supplies to help identify people with the virus and test people who have been in contact with them.