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COVID-19 Will Become No More Virulent Than the Common Cold Eventually, Reveals New Study

The research brings some much-needed good news. But how valid is it?

Montana Governor Gianforte lifts statewide COVID-19 capacity and hour restrictions for businesses

Gianforte’s updated executive order will take effect Friday at 5 a.m. It removes the requirement that bars, restaurants, breweries and casinos operate at 50% capacity and close by 10 p.m.

Rocky Mountain Lab’s Director Marshall Bloom shares COVID-19 experience

Bloom’s tests for the illness came back positive.

Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program webinar – THIS WEEK – THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 at 3:00PM Online

$15 billion in grants to operators of shuttered venues, to be administered by the Small Business Administration’s Office of Disaster Assistance. Of this amount, at least $2 billion is reserved for applicants with up to 50 full-time employees.

COVID-19 Crisis Call Center Launched in Montana – Please share with everyone.

Montana Crisis Recovery is free and anonymous support available to all Montanans. This program is managed by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.

Trump administration to recommend COVID-19 vaccinations for all Americans over 65

The administration will also stop holding back millions of doses reserved for the second round of shots.

Montana business lobbies favor Covid-19 liability bill

“Covid-19 has been a minefield of uncertainty for businesses,” said Bridger Mahlum of the Montana Chamber of Commerce. “And we believe that Senate Bill 65 is a needed metal detector for (that) minefield.”

Gallatin County health officials raise questions about new state vaccine plan

As a result, the Gallatin City-County Health Department is exploring whether it can deviate from the state plan.

Montana lawmaker, State Rep. David Bedey, a Republican from Hamilton, tests positive for COVD-19

Bedey is the only know lawmaker who has been at the Capitol since the start of the session to test positive for the virus.

Fireside chat: critical Montana State University research supporting Montana – 1/21 – 6PM – Online

In this virtual fireside chat, Dr. Jason Carter and Jayne Morrow from MSU’s Office of Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education will discuss critical research efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic with a panel of highly distinguished faculty.