Gallatin County Leads State In Flu Cases
The current Flu activity level in Montana is listed by the CDC as “sporadic,” and Gallatin County leads the way with more than ten officially confirmed cases. Common flu symptoms include a fever higher than 100-degrees, headache & muscle aches, chills, cough, and runny nose. There’s good news; it’s not too late to get vaccinated.
The Gallatin City/County Health Department conducts weekly walk-in flu clinics. The next scheduled clinics will be:
- Monday 12/20: 2:00pm – 6:00pm
- Tuesday 12/21: 8:30am – 11:30am
To make an appointment for another day or time, call the Gallatin City-County Health Dept at 582-3100. The Gallatin City/County Health Department is located at 215 West Mendenhall Street in downtown Bozeman.