COVID-19

Big Sky Resort Area District Executive Director Daniel Bierschwale is featured in a step-by-step video that educates locals on how to complete the free COVID-19 testing. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Vaccinations and tests

Bozeman Deaconess Hospital employees recently began receiving COVID-19 vaccinations just as area leaders anticipate a holiday surge. Taylor Rose, director of Clinical Services & Operations Bozeman Health Big Sky Medical Center said holiday staffing looks good, the medical center is not currently at capacity and preparations have been made.

Lone Peak High School recently saw its first cases of COVID-19, a few of which were associated with the varsity volleyball team. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

COVID in the community

As COVID-19 case numbers surge all over the county, Big Sky proves no exception. Gallatin City-County Health Department contract tracing in the area has led to two week quarantines and an impact on the high school. Lone Peak High School’s (LPHS) varsity volleyball team’s quarantine ends Oct. 24th.

Gov. Steve Bullock discusses rising COVID-19 cases during an Oct. 13 press call. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

Mitigating the COVID-19 surge

This last week, Gallatin County saw the largest spike in COVID-19 case totals since the pandemic began. Other counties in Montana are seeing similar increases, as noted during Governor Steve Bullock’s Tuesday afternoon press call. In fact, 31 other states have seen spikes.

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