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COVID-19 Updates for Stillwater County

We understand the importance of keeping our community, our county, our family and friends informed.  As numbers of active, recovered, and total confirmed COVID-19 cases change, we will update as we receive that information.  There may times where numbers may not be reflected on Montana Maps.

1/22/2021

Media Update 

 

For immediate release:

January 21, 2021

Please call (406)322-1070 for any media related questions.

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STILLWATER COUNTY COVID-19 RELATED DEATHS REACHES TWELVE

 

January 21, 2021 – Columbus, Montana.  Stillwater County reports an additional COVID-19 related

death in the county, bringing our total deaths to twelve.

 

This individual was a female in her 80’s and passed away in an out-of-county hospital.

 

Dr. Cody White, Stillwater County Public Health Medical Director stated, “It is heartbreaking as we

continue to lose patients to this virus.  As we work with the state’s allocations to vaccinate against

COVID-19, we must continue to do our part and continue wearing masks, washing hands, and

practicing safe physical distancing.  Most of all, stay home if you are not feeling well.”

 

Public Health urges individuals to get on the list to be vaccinated against COVID-19.  Please

call 322-1070 and leave a message with the following information:  contact name (spell it out), date

of birth, and phone number. Public Health will contact individuals and coordinate scheduling as vaccine

arrives and is available.

 

Out of respect for the family, no further details will be released.

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1/20/2021

 

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MediaUpdate

 

For immediate release:

January 20, 2021

Please call (406)322-1070 for any media related questions.

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STILLWATER COUNTY TO MOVE INTO PHASE 1(B) OF VACCINATION DISTRIBUTION PLAN

 

January 20, 2021 – Columbus, Montana.  Stillwater County will be moving into Phase 1b of the COVID-19 Vaccination Distribution Plan, in accordance with the State of Montana.

 

Allocations for Phase 1b have not yet arrived in the county but the first shipments of vaccines for individuals in the Phase 1b group are scheduled to begin arriving within the coming week.

 

Once COVID-19 vaccines arrive for Phase1b, Public Health will work proficiently to begin vaccinating individuals within this group.  Public Health urges individuals wishing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, to contact the office at 322-1070, in order to be placed on the list.  Public Health is experiencing a large volume of calls and it is recommended for callers to leave a contact name (spell it out), date of birth, phone number, and individuals will be reached and scheduled in coordination with arrival of vaccines.

 

Please continue to take all of the appropriate protective and preventative measures that help to slow the spread of COVID-19. This includes wearing a mask and physically distancing when around others, avoiding crowded areas, staying home if you are ill and frequently washing your hands.

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These stats are according to MT Maps and do not reflect real-time numbers.

1/15/2021

 

Governor’s New Directive, beginning on Friday, 1/15/2021

1/11/2021

1/8/2021

These stats are according to MT MAPS and may not reflect real-time numbers.

1/7/2021

Updates to Montana COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Plan

1/6/2021

 

Media Update 

 

For immediate release:

January 6, 2021

Please call (406)322-1070 for any media related questions.

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STILLWATER COUNTY COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATE

 

January 6, 2021 – Columbus, Montana.  Governor Greg Gianforte announced on Tuesday that the statewide mask mandate, along with other COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted but will not happen immediately.  In yesterday’s press conference Gianforte also announced the recent revision to tiers and distribution plans of the COVID-19 vaccine.

 

Phases 1b and 1c of the states COVID-19 vaccination plan have been re-prioritized and county public health officials have been asked to wait on further guidance of the new plan from the state.  Stillwater County Public Health currently has no information as to when the vaccine will be readily available to those who meet the criteria of newly revised criteria.

 

“Stillwater County Public Health is and will continue placing people on a waiting list based on tiers directed from the state’s guidance,” said Dr. White, Stillwater County Public Health Medical Director.  “As more information is received from the state level, such as time frame and vaccine quantities, public health will use the wait list to contact and schedule appointments on that list.”

 

Please watch the Stillwater County News and Stillwater Billings Clinic website for more information.

 

For further questions regarding who falls into these categories and/or to get on the wait list, please contact public health at (406)322-1070.

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These are statistics as of noon today and may or may not reflect real time numbers.

 

 

12/7/2020

 

12/1/2020

11/30/2020

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11/06/2020

 

 

10/22/2020

10/8/2020

10/6/2020

Stillwater County News Media Update: Caslen Meadowlark Assisted Living Facility, Columbus COVID-19 Upd

10/5/2020

Stillwater County Reports Third Covid Related Death

10/1/2020

Stillwater County News: Meadowlark Outbreak

9/29/2020 URGENT UPDATES:

Press Release: Caslen Meadowlark Facility Outbreak

Stillwater County News: Covid Outbreak at Meadowlark

 

 

 

 

 

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