Montana’s governor asked tourists to stop coming to the state state while residents are under a stay-at-home directive to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Gov. Steve Bullock’s directive asking people not to visit Montana for non-work-related purposes also told people to self-quarantine for 14 days if they are coming from another state or country.
“While we love our visitors, we would ask that you not come visit while Montanans are watching out for one another by staying at home,” Gov. Steve Bullock said in a statement Monday, saying it is needed to protect the health care system, as well.