COVID-19 Cases Nearly Non-Existent After Restaurants Open
When the Gallatin City-County Health Department voted to go along with Governor Bullock's directive that Montana restaurants could open back up, many people were worried that we would see a spike in COVID-19 cases.
It's now been two weeks, and Gallatin County has recorded only three positive coronavirus cases, and two of those were in West Yellowstone, the result of interstate travel.
Gallatin County has only seen four COVID-19 cases in nearly a month, according to the Health Department.
As of Monday morning, May 18, Gallatin County has zero people hospitalized for the virus. Overall, we've seen 149 cases with one death.
This past Friday, gyms and fitness centers were allowed to re-open, operating under the governor's Phase One guidelines.