Missoula County Health Officials have been encouraged to see the majority of people abide by the social distancing, mask wearing, and travel restricting efforts prescribed to bring the spread of the coronavirus under control.
A Microsoft Teams press conference on Wednesday provided some updates on how quickly the city, county and the health department may move to further open businesses in Missoula County in response to the COVID 19 crisis.
Missoula County’s COVID 19 Incident Commander Cindy Farr used a portion of her daily You Tube update to address the issue of the Farmer’s Market, in which she wanted to clarify the county’s position on the popular spring event.
On the KGVO Talk Back show on Monday, several callers asked why the public cannot receive more detailed information about those who test positive for the coronavirus, such as where they live, where they have shopped or other information.
Missoula County’s COVID 19 Incident Commander Cindy Farr released her Wednesday update on the health department’s Facebook page with advice to civic minded groups who want to help Missoula’s healthcare facilities.