Coronavirus testing stats for the Health District's six counties will be updated regularly. Please follow the link for the most current information:
PRESS RELEASE 8/10/2020 (Click here to read)
Please feel free to use the signage provided here for mandatory mask requirements.
PRESS RELEASE 7/16/2020:
Central Montana Health District
COVID-19 Update: As of Thursday, July 16, 2020, at 10 a.m. Central Montana Health District is reporting two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Fergus County. Both cases are in 20-29-year-old males; however, the cases are not believed to be related. Both are believed to be contracted in-state. Contact investigations are being done by public health and anyone identified as a contact will be notified by a public health nurse.
This is a cumulative total of 10 cases with 8 people recovered within the six counties of Central Montana Health District. At this time there are two active cases in Fergus County, which does not meet the criteria of 4 active cases set for mandatory masking as issued by Governor’s Directive on 07/15/2020.
CMHD reminds all residents that, because there is no cure for COVID-19, it is more important than ever to practice social distancing of at least 6 feet and wear a cloth face covering whenever you go out in public. COVID-19 disease is spread through direct contact with someone who has COVID-19, especially when they cough or sneeze.
May 30, 2020
We will be conducting webinars to address any questions your business may have going into Phase Two.
Please send all questions before the webinar to firstname.lastname@example.org. There will also be a chance to ask questions at the end of the webinar.
Personal Services: Salons, tattoo parlors, massages, etc, Monday, June 1st, 2020 at 7:30 PM Recording
Bars/Casinos/Restaurants, Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020 at 9 AM. Recording
Churches, Thursday, June 4th, 2020 at 10 AM. Recording
Guidance to Senior and Assisted Living Facilities, Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 11 AM. Recording
To access one of our webinars, please follow this link for information and GoToMeeting procedures: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iimPXI70r9ANIdEpP1lXyh_eNc-6_gSSNCkdsxnp9Eg/edit?usp=sharing
These webinars will be recorded and available to you for future reference.
Graduation Plans for 2020
For guidlines on graduation ceremonies during Phase One of the Re-Opening Big Sky, click here.
We have provided some signage that you are welcome to use in your businesses. Take a peak and see what best works for you here.
What does Phase 1 look like to your business? Find out here.
For guidance on cleaning/disinfecting/sanitizing, protecting yourself and your staff and overall general information on COVID-19, the following links from the CDC will help you, your staff and your customers remain safe while conducting business.
Example of Enhanced Cleaning Plan:
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, immunization clinics that have been scheduled at your local schools in April have been postponed. We will contact your schools to reschedule. Thank you for you patience and understanding.
CMHD Order of Health Officer Adopting Governor Directives Related to COVID-19 may be viewed here.
CMHD Health Officer Order of Closures can be viewed here.
CMHD Resolution 2020-02: A Resolution Establishing Screening, Testing, Isolation, and Quarantine Measures Related to COVID-19 can be viewed here.
CMHD RESOLUTION 2020-05 REGARDING ENFORCEMENT OF COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
Approved May 15, 2020. (will be posted when filed in subsequent County Clerk and Recorders offices).
CMHD RESOLUTION 2020-03 REGARDING ENFORCEMENT OF COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
Approved May 11, 2020.
FERGUS COUNTY RESOLUTION 19-2020
Approved by Fergus County Commissioners on May 8, 2020.
FERGUS COUNTY DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY RESOLUTION 12-2020
Approved on March 18, 2020.
CITY OF ROUNDUP DECLARATION OF A STATE OF LOCAL DISASTER EMERGENCY RESOLUTION #1123
Approved on March 17, 2020.
MUSSELSHELL COUNTY DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY
Approved on March 19, 2020.
"HPV vaccination is preventing cancer-causing infections and precancers. Two doses of the HPV vaccine are recommended for all boys and girls at ages 11-12; the vaccine can be given as early as age 9. If you wait until they’re older, they may need three doses instead of two" Source: CDC